Tuesday, July 25th, 2023 • 9am-5pm
Proceeds to benefit the Door County Medical Center Behavioral Health Program
Homes are not accessible to those with ambulatory challenges
Tickets available for purchase online for $40 through Monday, July 24th.
Upon completion of your online ticket purchase, you will receive an e-mail with a purchase confirmation. This purchase confirmation should be presented at your chosen starting location to receive your event booklet and wristband.
Tickets at Outlets
Tickets available for purchase (check or cash only) at outlets beginning July 1st for $40 until the day of the event and $45 on the day of the event at the following locations:
Door County Coffee & Tea Co
Destination Door County
BLISS at The Marketplace
Island Fever, Jacksonport
Main Street Market
Door County Medical Center Gift Shop
Nicolet Bank, Sturgeon Bay (Main Branch)
Nicolet Bank, Luxemburg
Nicolet Bank, Kewaunee
Tickets at Each Home or Garden
Tickets are available for purchase (check or cash only) at each home for $45 on the day of the event.
Walk showcases beautiful Door County homes, gardens, and historic properties.
Park’s Pearl 119 S. 8th Avenue, Sturgeon Bay
A quaint 20th century white brick home built in 1911 consisting of two rooms with additions in the 30’s, 40’s and 90’s was purchased in 2018. Steep intersecting gables, corner quoins, and arched windows lend interest and drama to the home. A major renovation was completed by the new owners reusing the existing woodwork to mimic details found in the original house. The new layout now has one bedroom, combined living and dining, kitchen and bath on the first floor, with two additional bedrooms, one and a half baths. The addition of the three-season porch allows views to the spacious yard.
Sawyer Harbor Lookout 4441 Bay Shore Drive, Sturgeon Bay
A contemporary style home overlooking the waters of Sturgeon Bay and Sawyer Harbor with breath-taking view of the cliffs of Potawatomi State Park, the Sherwood Point Lighthouse and the Bay of Green Bay. The home was designed by Mitch Wise Design, Inc. and completed in 2019 by DeLeers Construction, Inc. The owners expressed a desire to have a serene home with the theme of “bring the outside in”. The design includes floor to ceiling windows, an open concept with a seamless floor plan and an open fireplace including stonework and metalwork to compliment the exterior of the home. The three-story floating staircase was designed to be the focal point of the home.
Woodlands 6587 Bay Shore Drive, Sturgeon Bay
A water view and lovely woods create the perfect setting for this Italian Provincial home. The home was constructed in 2003 by WE Builders, John Wiese building contractor, and architect Henry Isaksen Architects. Interior design is by the owner – G/S Design Portfolio. Highlights include collected art from trips around the world, a custom needlepoint rug featuring local flowers and a large armoire, which serves as a bar. The door to the outside leads to a patio with a spa, a 1920’s Italian water fountain and a lower level pavilion on the water’s edge. The surrounding gardens were established in 2003-2004 and designed using local plants in a European country plan.
Woodwalk Gallery & Home 6746 County Road G, Egg Harbor
The Woodwalk Gallery property, set on ten acres, features a 2.5 story, 2,200 square-foot Cream City brick house and a dairy barn, both built around 1908 by Hans Hanson, a Norwegian immigrant. The first floor of the home has a definite Belgian style influence with its square shape and peaked roof. Many original features, like the beams, trim and kitchen siding remain, and some rooms have seen updates. The gardens are home to many perennials, while the meadows showcase various wildflowers including Queen Anne’s Lace, milkweed, yellow, and purple wildflowers. The gallery exhibits work of approximately 95 artists and hosts various gatherings: weddings, live music, art-making workshops.
Lake Michigan Contemporary 3884 Glidden Drive, Sturgeon Bay
Lake Michigan Contemporary is a 3,400 square foot home where nature is invited indoors. Walls of ten-foot glass allow unobstructed views to the waters of Lake Michigan. The home is a contemporary “reinterpretation” of the site’s predecessor and showcases collaborative efforts of Mitch Wise, the designer, DeLeers Construction, Inc. the builder, subcontractors and homeowner. This home features an exterior of masonry stucco, ebony-stained horizontal shiplap cedar and reclaimed Lannon stone, salvaged from the original home. The landscape is intended to be a complement both to nature and the architecture of the home, combining native plant material with structured hardscape of linear design.
Here are some tips to make your experience more pleasant:
- Begin at any of the featured attractions listed. If one is too busy, start at another.
- At the first home you visit, you will receive an Event Booklet and a wrist band that will be used as admission to the remaining homes on the walk.
- You'll be asked to wear booties over your shoes to protect the homes. Please keep your booties and use throughout the day.
- Pictures cannot be taken inside the homes.
- Hostesses welcome your questions. Please ask! We know you will enjoy your day in Door County. We are delighted to share this event with you.
- We encourage you to support the local businesses listed on the website as they have exhibited a sincere interest in the Door County Medical Center Auxiliary and its efforts. They are deserving of your patronage and support.
Thank You for Joining us as we Celebrate our 62nd Anniversary of Door County House and Garden Walk
A 62 Year Legacy of Commitment to Community
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