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Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center Brings Back Popular House & Garden Tour Fundraiser

Krysten Massa

The ocean views, landscapes and diverse architecture which embody the Hamptons area will be viewed as guest make their way through the scenic tour. (Courtesy Photo)

Several exquisite homes and gardens located in the Westhampton area will be available for a special viewing during the Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center's House & Garden Tour on Friday, July 17th.

"Our Advisory Council has revived the elegant House & Garden Tour this year due to popular demand," shared Jodi Giambrone, Marketing & Public Relations Manager at Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Center (WHBPAC). "From a magnificent custom home with an indoor pool, to a lush garden bursting with color, to a stunning post-modern home on Quantuck Canal, the tour showcases some of the most notable properties in the area."

From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., the tour will provide attendees with up close and personal access to the featured East End homes and gardens, with the freedom to move from home to home without having to stick to a guided tour and deal with crowded lines. The ocean views, landscapes and diverse architecture, which embody the Hamptons area, will be on display as guests make their way through the scenic tour.

WHBPAC has also added a special event for select tourgoers. "For those purchasing the VIP package, we've included a lovely lunch at the Quogue Club," noted Giambrone.

Tickets for the tour are $75 and VIP tickets are $125.

For more information, visit whbpac.org.




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