Showing posts with label edward lucky scarritt. Show all posts
Showing posts with label edward lucky scarritt. Show all posts

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Holiday Homes Tour Teaser

Complete details on the homes tour December 13th in the Scarritt Renaissance Neighborhood are in the post below this one. But I wanted to give you just a tiny taste of whats in store for tour guests. This is the house of Judge Stevens completed in 1902. Current owners are Bob and Jeff who have continued the renovation of this 107 year old structure. It is directly across the street from Corinthian Hall (Kansas City Museum) which will be offering hard hat tours showing the progress of its renovation. I wanted to take about a hundred more pix in this great home.... but we have to leave some views for the tour. :) Enjoy.

There is much, much more to see in this house and the other 4 on the tour all decorated for the holidays. Free carriage rides, carolers strolling up and down the Boulevard, music in the homes and topped off with refreshments and a concert at Melrose Methodist.

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Scarritt Spring

Continuously occupied since 1897 by the Scarritt/Royster family, this is one of our many mansions over here in Northeast that are lovingly cared for by their owners. This house was built by Edward Scarritt for his family. He is the same man who built the Scarritt Building and Arcade in downtown KC>