June 24 – 25, 2017
Saturday – 4:30 – 11:30 p.m.
Sunday – 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
588 S 3rd St, Columbus, OH 43215
Hover over this year’s Tour stops for more about each home’s history and a photo from the past. Just tap the stop number on your smart phone, or click the number with your mouse.
2017 Theme: “150 Years of Schiller Park: Poetry. Party. Place”
Welcome to the 58 th Annual Haus und Garten Tour presented by Vutech | Ruff, HER Realtors
For well over half a century, the final Sunday in June has marked the German Village Society’s annual German Village Haus und Garten Tour. Four thousand ticket-holders have always wondered what lies behind the door to that charming brick cottage, and what’s just on the other side of that garden gate. Haus und Garten Tour satisfies that curiosity when we welcome guests to this vibrant and unique historic neighborhood. Your ticket gives you access to a stunning collection of homes and gardens that have been selected to showcase both German Village’s ongoing historic preservation efforts and the innovative and inspirational interior design and landscaping efforts of its residents. While you are here, be sure not to miss a new shoppiong feature in Schiller Park: Members of the Ohio Chalk Art Guild will be creating works of art, as the Friends of Schiller Park welcome guests to a European-style Flea Market with finds for both home and garden. And visit to some of the premier restaurants and shops in Ohio with the best patios and menus in the city! Click here
Tour Chairs: Linda Gorsuch & Susan Salt
PreTour Chairs: Tracie & Brad Stamm & Joshua Zimmerman
With Support From: Alberta Stevens
Introducing Our 2017 Tour Homeowners
Click on the names below for a preview of each Tour stop
Andy Schiffman | 133 E. Beck St.
Andy’s home with its close frontage to Beck Street has recently been remodeled, and a garage has been added in the rear – a prized amenity in the crowded streets of German Village.
Michelle and Jim Thomas | 250 E. Sycamore St.
The glam shines in this traditional, yet contemporized home. Look for a unique wall in each room and enjoy Michelle and Jim’s lovely outdoor spaces.
Brittany and Phil Poll | 699 S. Third St.
Brittany and Phil have combined a double into one with the addition of a lovely patio and carriage house. Enjoy the fun touches all throughout.
John Kuijper & Edwaard Liang | 563 S. 6th St.
If you love Edwaard’s choreography for Ballet Met, imagine the chance to go behind his garten gate! Partner John is an officer for German Village Garten Club, so you know this Tour stop is a must-see.
Scott and Jennifer Williams | 227 E. Sycamore St.
The hosts have joined and transformed two homes into spectacular living space, complete with a mother-in-law suite. The Williams have kept the history of the house alive by displaying artifacts from the original owner.
Natalie DiSabato and Drew Rothschild | 902 Mohawk St.
A private garden, bordered with hornbeams, is just steps away from Schiller Park. The bluestone patio and deep lot make a perfect setting for Drew and Natalie’s parties.
Cindy and Bruce Hagen | 634 Jaeger St.
Every year since the Beck Street Condos were on Tour as a “work in progress” in 2008, we’ve been privileged to show off another home in this amazing project! This year’s will wow, too, as the Hagens have recently updated their unique home.
Eric Vanderson | 643 S. 5th St.
Eric has beautifully furnished and finished his interesting home, where the chef’s kitchen is a center for entertainment. The unique layout provides many spaces where friends can gather.
Catherine and Bryan Williamson | 258 Siebert
The touches you’ll love in this park-side townhome were probably done by the home’s talented owners! For the moment, Catherine and Bryan are doing design work “on the side” – but once you see their workmanship, you’ll wonder why!
Mary and Glenn Evans | 702. S. 6th St.
Mary and Glenn’s stately 3-story home features beautiful living spaces that flow into unexpected garden pockets.
Andrew and Andrea Ford | 649 City Park Ave.
This home has been renovated, while beautifully retaining the original woodwork and German influence. The bright new kitchen is the perfect spot for the Ford’s culinary endeavors.
Jeani and Jeff Stahler | 986 Jaeger St.
A traditional home and lovely garden on Schiller Park. Every room is an art lover’s delight.
Tickets for the 58th Annual Haus und Garten Tour will go on sale now!
Get $18 discount tickets at 23 Central Ohio Giant Eagle stores (at Customer Service), or come to 588 S. Third Street on Tour Day to buy your $25 day-of tickets!
Tour Like A Pro
-Free parking is available at Grange Insurance in the Brewery District at the southwest corner of Sycamore and Bank streets (across from Brewery Yard Kroger). For your GPS-purposes use the address: 671 S. High Street Columbus, OH 43206 and follow the signage for the proper parking lot.
-A free shuttle will run from parking to the ticket office all day.
-Free golf carts provided by Vutech | Ruff, HER Realtors run the course among Tour homes all day. Hop on, hop off. Chauffeured golf carts go wherever you want and wait while you shop-dine-stroll.
-Bring you mobile device to learn more about our Tour homes’ history, navigate the neighborhood and join our social media community during Tour day.
All proceeds from the Haus und Garten Tour support the historic preservation and education programs of the German Village Society.
THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS AND PATRONS
Beth & Jim Atkinson – Columbus Capital
Robin & John Barr
Jean & Bill Bay
Sarah Irvin Clark
Mary Cusick & Dave Wible
Diana & Mark Donati
Barb & Ed Elberfeld
Carol Farmer & Sam Randazzo
Greg Gamier & Jeff Lowe
Carole & Nelson Genshaft
Amy Goldstein & Marc Sigal
Tanya & Richie Hartman
Pam & Hank Holste
Doris & Daniel Korda
Carolyn McCall & David Renner
Carol & Bob Mullinax
Lisa & Tom Ridgley
Lisa Stein & Craig Colvin
Julee & Graham Stephenson
Ronni & Darrell VanLigten
Cynthia Watson & Jeff Belt