Join us Saturday, October 24th, to learn about the first homes built in the Yalecrest National Historic District. The area’s first subdivision was platted in 1911, with homes constructed as early as 1912 and 1913.
Docents along the way will provide information about the earliest residents, architects and builders of the 100+ year-old homes, and you can journey at your own pace on this self-guided tour of exteriors only. The walk is three to four blocks long, generally heading up 900 South. Learn about architecture, changes to street and rail lines, and the “sunken gardens” of Red Butte Creek.
Meet at the grassy island on 9th South and 14th East, any time between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The tour is free to members of K.E.E.P. Yalecrest, and a $5 donation is suggested for those who are not members. Join K.E.E.P. Yalecrest today or at the tour!