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Sparkman Home Tour 2023

WHAT:

The Sparkman Club Estates Voluntary Homeowner’s Association has been one of the best Northwest Dallas communities to live in since 1958. It is a hidden gem with a clubhouse, POOL, pickle ball, tennis courts and a park that brings neighbors and generations of family and friends together.  The Association is campaigning to preserve this treasure and opening some of their homes for two evenings of HOLIDAY HOUSE TOURS.

WHEN:

On Wednesday, December 6th and Thursday, December 7th, there will be five houses available for tour each night. This festive journey begins at the Sparkman Clubhouse, 3366 Duchess Trail, Dallas, Texas 75229.  The doors open at 6:30 p.m. for check-in, receive the tour schedule and enjoy a festive drink and bite prior to the tour.  Should you want to take a ride to the homes, there will be golf cart shuttles on a first come basis at the clubhouse.  You do not have to utilize the shuttle service, but you must begin the evening at the Sparkman Clubhouse.  The homes will promptly open at 7:00 p.m. and close their doors at 9:00 p.m.

COST AND MORE INFORMATION:    $50 for one night, $75 for both nights

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ABOUT SPARKMAN CLUB ESTATES:

Sparkman Club Estates has seen several generations of families grow up here. Many homeowners have grown up here, only to return and buy homes to raise their families.  The pools – one for children, one main pool with a lap section and one adult pool—were built in the late 1950s when Sparkman Club opened.  It’s gone through minor renovations over the years, but it needs to be rebuilt because of plumbing issues and city code changes for safety.  Funds are being raised from club members, former members, residents and local businesses to preserve this close-knit neighborhood’s pool facility.  The Homeowner Board’s goal is to break ground in 2023 and open in time for Memorial Day Weekend 2024.  The fundraising campaign, known as “More Than a Pool,” started in late 2022 raising more than $425,000 of a $500,000 goal to replace the pools.

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