The Mooresville Historic Preservation Commission will feature eight private homes on its fourth annual Historic Mooresville Tour of Homes Oct. 22-23.
Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 on tour days. Proceeds will benefit the commission's preservation projects.
Featured homes are:
The Gold Medallion Home, 360 Glenwood Ave. Built about 1958, this ranch home was Mooresville's first to be all-electric.
The Zebulon Turlington Home, 351 W. Center Ave., built about 1906. This home has been transformed by a three-year renovation.
The Farr Home, 501 E. Center Ave. Built about 1922, this Craftsman neo-Charleston home features furnishings of the period.
The Barger Family Home, 428 E. Center Ave. Built about 1922, this bungalow features many original elements and a recently remodeled kitchen.
The former Charles Mack Home, 313 E. Center Ave.
The C.F. Stephens Home, 322 E. Center Ave. Each room features before and after photos of the renovations. The home was built about 1910.
The Herbert A. Birdsall Home, 346 W. Center Ave. Built about 1930, the home is surrounded by a well-kept garden.
The William P. Johnston Home, 256 S. Academy St. The owner of Johnston's Dry Goods and Johnston Sons Ice and Coal Co. built the Mediterranean Revival home about 1925.
The tour is scheduled for 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 22 and 1-5 p.m. Oct. 23.
Advance ticket details: www.HistoricMooresville.org.
Tickets can be purchased on tour days at the Zebulon Turlington Home, 351 W. Center Ave.