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Fine Homes Tour of Devonport provides a rare opportunity to visit 10 Devonport homes of distinction


10 homes of distinction to view between 9:30am - 4pm on Friday 16th October 2015

$55 per ticket - no extra charges. Tickets are strictly limited. Purchase at www.eventfinda.co.nz

Devonport Rotary, with the generous support of Bayleys Real Estate and local businesses, are raising funds for Cure Kids, Alzheimers Auckland and Devonport Rotary Charitable Trusts through the second Fine Homes Tour of Devonport.

A fantastic opportunity for all architecture and interior design lovers and those with curious minds to see some of the most stunning homes in Devonport, one ticket to the tour will allow access to 10 exceptional homes between 9.30am and 4pm on Friday 16th October 2015.

This great day out in the beautiful seaside suburb of Devonport is made possible by home owners who have generously opened their 10 very special homes to the public for one day only. Each property is sponsored by a variety of local businesses and ticket holders will be able to enjoy special offers from local cafes and restaurants on the day, with fabulous prizes up for grabs through a fundraising raffle as well.

The day raises funds for several fantastic organisations, chief among them Alzheimers Auckland, Cure Kids and Devonport Rotary Charitable Trust.

Ian Cunliffe, President of Devonport Rotary Club says, ‘We will be delighted to welcome you to the Fine Homes Tour, which promises to be a superb day of entertainment for those people who love heritage design, authentic beauty, modern style and the opportunity to tour our special

village and see some fabulous homes, not to mention a visit or two to the many boutique cafes and restaurants.’

Hayden Stanaway, General Manager of Bayleys North Shore, continues to support this prestigious event, saying “After Bayleys was involved in the very successful first Fine Homes tour of Devonport in 2013 we felt it important to contribute our efforts again in the community to these very worthwhile causes and create benefit to all the recipients.”