On Sunday, May 6, 2012, from noon – 3pm, you have the opportunity to tour 6 open homes in Ladue Estates, the first Missouri mid-century neighborhood to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This accomplishment for such a gorgeous place is so special that it made the pages of the current issue of Atomic Ranch magazine.
The piece was written by B.E.L.T. blogger, Toby Weiss, with photos by Bruce Daye. Both of them will be at the ticket tent on May 6. We know that many of you are longtime, hardcore Atomic Ranch readers, so if you have a copy of the issue, they’d be happy to sign it for you.
Tickets for the Atomic Ranch Open House are $20, $10 for ModernSTL members. You can become a member now, or on the day of the event to receive your discount.
In addition to an intimate look inside 6 homes in the subdivision (3 of which are shown in the Atomic Ranch article), there will be vintage cars of the era parked in the driveways, courtesy of our friends Clean Cut Creations.
Purchase tickets the day of the event at the Ticket Tent. The map below shows you the designated parking areas; please respect the neighbors of this historic subdivision by following this request. Your admission price gives you a commemorative brochure that maps out the 6 open homes at your disposal.
Wear comfortable walking shoes so you can walk all of Ladue Estates, and make sure your camera battery is fully charged, ‘cos there’s lot to see! We look forward to seeing you on Sunday, May 6, from noon – 3 pm.