The Rossmoor Woman’s Club’s major fundraising event of the year is its Holiday Home Tour. The event raises funds to support local charities and student scholarships.
This year’s tour, set for Sunday, Dec. 4, features four outstanding Rossmoor homes, each distinctive and unique. In addition, this year’s event includes a tour of the newly constructed Seal Beach Fire Station. The Ayres Hotel Tea Room will also host coffee, tea, and cookies to complete the day.
Tickets are $20 and may be purchased at selected local businesses; Pay Pal @www.rossmoorwomansclub.com and by phone at (562) 810-7139. Tickets will also be available for purchase at the Ayres Hotel and the homes on the tour that will run from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The following outlines the homes on the tour:
Home #1. 11376 Baskerville is Andy & Leslie Sehremelis magnificent 5000 sq.ft. 2 story home. Elegant with marble mosaics, stone, and wrought iron accents, the house is also warm and comfortable for family living and entertaining. The entry way exhibits a unique marble mosaic. The exterior highlights a patio, pool, Jacuzzi and a chef’s dream cooking area.
A special treat in the family room is the “Nana door” from Germany which is fully operable. Beautiful, simply beautiful.
Home #2. 11562 Foster Road is the lovely 4,900 sq.ft. 2-story classic home of Cheryl Kent and Captain T. Nieto.
The home is fondly named “The House that Cheryl Built” since Cheryl designed the home and attended to all details of construction. Intricate cherry wood floors, uniquely designed tile, fabulous kitchen with a granite isle and etched glass cabinets, a grand family room & stone fireplace are a feast of design.
A lovely patio for comfort and relaxation completes this remarkable home.
Home #3. 2732 Blume is the residence of Mary Ann Root.
This 2,800 sq.ft. home built in 2000 by Eddie Keskey is a single level open floor plan conducive to family casual living.
This inviting home is akin to a bed and breakfast where friends extend their stay in the homey atmosphere.
Holiday décor and Christmas scenes abound evoking the season’s spirit.
The backyard surprise, “the Playhouse” for grandchildren, completes the charm of this delightful home.
Home #4. 2961 Yellowtail Drive is the Tuscan inspired 3,350 sq.ft. one story home of the Collaro family.
The home is luxuriously designed with impressive details, including a central private courtyard with a bubbling fountain. Inside are large windows, bamboo flooring, fully equipped kitchen with granite counters and maple cabinetry, with a dining nook featuring an angelic artistry painted ceiling.
This five bedroom, three bath home on an oversized lot provides the perfect setting for a private oasis.