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Podcast: Hampton Heights home tour brings 'Spirit of Christmas Past' to Spartanburg

Wednesday, December 3

Historic home tour to be held December 6 & 7


It's one of Spartanburg's most beautiful neighborhoods, a place where Victorian two-story homes mingle with Arts and Crafts bungalows under a canopy of mature trees. Head south for a couple of blocks from Morgan Square for a walk down the wide sidewalks of Spartanburg's first local historic district and it becomes immediately apparent why the people who live in Hampton Heights are so passionate about their neighborhood.


This weekend, the rest of us get a chance to share a little of that passion as Hampton Heights hosts its "Spirit of Christmas Past" home tour on Saturday, December 6, 5—9 p.m. and Sunday, December 7, 2—5 p.m. Five Hampton Heights homes will be open for tours and the neighborhood will also have horse and buggy rides and beautiful Christmas music to set the mood. Tickets for the tour are $15 before December 6 and can be purchased at The Urban Planter, Partners for Active Living, and Hub City Bookshop. Tickets on the day of the event are $20 and can be purchased at Spartanburg Preparatory School.


Check out our podcast with Hampton Heights homeowner Susan Dunlap below for more.


Want to listen to our podcast on your iPhone, iPad, or other iOS device? Follow this link to subscribe through iTunes. Got Stitcher? Follow this link to listen.

Podcast music provided by Spartanburg singer-songwriter, David Ezell.


Tagged: Hampton Heights, historic homes