2011 Old Oak Cliff Fall Home Tour
The home at 1302 Cedar Hill was one of the 14 properties that were showcased on the home tour.
The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League raised a record $30,006 at the 2011 fall home tour that will go toward the organization, which is the most money that has ever been raised during the event's 37-year history.
The home tour showcased 14 houses throughout Oak Cliff on Oct. 8-9 to give attendees a chance to see inside some old, unique and historic homes.
"Some of the most consistent positive feedback centered on the 111 year old Lansford convent/speakeasy property, and the Oak Park Estates neighborhood," according to a media release about the event. "Many knew nothing about Oak Park Estates before the area had 2 homes featured on this year's tour."
The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League is a non-profit organization that strives to preserve old homes and architecture throughout the area and promote Oak Cliff as an exceptional place to live.