Organizers of the first Austin Weird Home Tour have released the lineup of eccentric abodes, including the four pictured here.
Eight homes will be open to the public on Sat. Sept. 13.
Casa Neverlandia, which has been featured in numerous publications and is the whimsical home to artist James Talbot, was a shoe-in for the tour, which will benefit nonprofit Caritas of Austin.
Other stops include a house converted from a Dumpster, a house converted from a shipping container and a house made out of adobe earth bags.
There’s a tiny house, an artist’s retreat, a south Austin home where flamingos are the signature motif and Eponymous Garden, a collection of quaint bungalows and a farmhouse.
Tickets ranging from $22 to $37 are available online and include an option to attend a VIP reception the night before at the Urban Betty Salon, 1206 W. 38th St.
Author: Jan Buchholz
Staff Writer-Austin Business Journal