Heritage Home Tour
A large overhang shades the south wall at the rear of Jessica and Dean Smith’s expansive log home on Rimrock Road, which is one of the residences in this springs Heritage Home Tour.
It was Christmas Day in 1983 when Jessica Smith walked in the front door of the nearly 2,600-square-foot log home she now owns at 2938 Rimrock Road.
The 15th Annual Heritage Home Tour, presented by Kibler & Kirch, is 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 18.
The Heritage Home Tour is Saturday, May 18, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Tudor style home at the corner of North 32nd Street and Beverly Hill Boulevard is part of this year's Heritage Home Tour.
Ann Clancy and Gene Burgad had heard that their house may have been owned by Thomas Ash Snidow, an early Billings mover and shaker, but they never had proof.
Here is information from the Moss Mansion about the other homes on the 2012 Heritage Home Tour:
T.A. Snidow's notebook was found in the walls of Gene Burgad and Ann Clancy's home. This page shows the bounty that Snidow, a local sheep rancher, collected on wolves and coyotes in 1903.
Here’s a brief look at other houses on the 2011 Heritage Home Tour, based on information gathered by Linda Varela:
Saturday's Historic Home Tour from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. features tours of eight historic homes on Clark Avenue.
The house at 141 Clark Ave. is among homes along the avenue included in this year's Heritage Home Tour.
Nate and Janna Allie will be showing their 1898 house at 142 Clark Ave. during this year's Heritage Home Tour. With them are their children, from left, Samantha, 10, Addison, 3, and Hayden 8, and their niece, Veda Murphy, 3.
Billings architect J.G. Link put his name in mosaic tiles set into a concrete walk outside a door to the house he used to live in at 142 Clark Ave.
This year, the Heritage Home Tour is going back to its roots.