301 W. First Street
Head Hosts: Rhonda Deeg, John Staicer
Photo: Lee Lewellen
The Shrewsbury-Windle House, designed by Indiana’s leading early 19th century architect, Francis Costigan and completed in 1849 is recognized by the US Secretary of the Interior as a masterpiece of Greek revival architecture. The Drawing Rooms are among the best preserved examples of pre-Civil War interior design in the United States, with rare original paint and varnish finished, restored original gas light fixtures (now electrified), a reproduction carpet and original furniture, family oil portraits and much more. The homes 53-step spiral staircase is an architectural and engineering marvel. Its massive 12 foot tall entry doors are unrivalled in the country.
Shirley and Greg Howard
403 West Second Street
Head Hostesses: Chris Wilcox, Elizabeth Winters, Kathryn Hay
The Howard Home makes a commanding presence on the corner of Broadway and 2nd Street where its 1930’s ranch style architecture stands out from among the older buildings that surround it. It was built as a showpiece of modern style for its age. While the home has been recently renovated, many original features remain throughout and show how “everything old is new again,” as its elegant black and white tile, oak and pine floors and crafted metal hardware are back in vogue today. In the den, floor and ceiling chestnut paneling and the marble fireplace set off a view of the river. Leaded windows, original cabinetry and period chandeliers all add to the charm of this thoroughly modern yet drenched-in-character home.
Karen and Philip LeGrand
417 West Second Street
Head Hostesses: Hilary Bear, Rachael Sopko
This beautifully restored Queen Anne home is currently owned by Karen & Philip LeGrand. They purchased the home 2012 from Paula Jo & Mel Harper who had rescued the home after suffering severe fire damage. Mr. Harper adorned the house with many windows of leaded glass as well as art glass. They are all his original designs. Mrs. Harper also added her special touch in the 3rd floor "fun room". This house honors the Harpers and their lovingly executed restoration.
718 West Second Street
Head Hostesses: Kelli Hertz, Angie Cammack
This federal style duplex was built in the 1860's. The current homeowners have done extensive renovations to update it for modern living. Dont miss this beautifully renovated space, including a lovely sun room and garden area.
Jay and Angelina UpChurch
1004 West Second Street
Head Hostesses: Maureen Staicer, Tanya Besse
This lovely Federal Style Home was built around 1840 and is currently owned by Angelina and Jay Upchurch. The family has been working on renovating the home since 2015 when they moved to the area. Angelina’s love of antiques led the family to purchase a home in the downtown historic district. You will enjoy many special antiques throughout the home.
At one time this home had been divided into four apartments and had also sat empty for several years. The home features evenly spaced two over two windows and triangular pediments. It has a gabled roof with overhanging eaves and dentils in the front. Most of the floors are original to the home as well as woodwork and door and window frames. The three fireplaces in the home feature their original summer inserts. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Homes.
Todd and Mary Beth Boone
320 Central Ave.
Head Hostesses: Victoria Shirley, Jeannie Batto
This “hidden beauty” sits just behind Main Street. Dated from 1816 she has strong bones and a beauty that drew her owners to her. Don’t miss this diamond in the rough!! See how her owners have restored her majestic charm!!
BJ and Angela Elles
117 West Third Street
Head Hostesses: Marta Belt, Katie O’Neal / King
This 1840’s home is located in the heart of Madison’s Historic District and features original floors and woodwork along with some modern elements to boast a transitional style décor. This home has a welcoming front and side porch outlined with detailed trim. Once a converted office space, this home was returned to a private residence in the early 2000’s.
Hospitality Site: Dr. Daniel Butler
502 Jefferson Street
Head Hostesses: Brooke Wynn, Becky Anderson
Built in the early 1900s, this two story Craftsman has served as both a commercial and residential property over the years. In 2016, the building was purchased and completely renovated by the Butler family, locals to Madison. Now, Dr. Daniel Butler utilizes the space to hold his practice, Butler Family Dentistry.