STOP Water Trickle

The NCModernist July Trickle Tour


Saturday, July 11, 2020, 8am to 8pm
106 Carolina Avenue, Chapel Hill NC







What's a trickle tour?  It's where Modernist fans visit an unoccupied Modernist house at a trickle of the normal rate, dramatically reducing the number of people in the house.  There will be no more than 6 people are in the 4996sf house at the same time. That's more than 800 square feet per person!  Plus, there's greater flexibility in selecting a tour time and ticket price.  Choose your entry window from 8am through 8pm.  The house has not been occupied for two months.  Enjoy no-contact registration outside the house under the carport. All participants must wear a mask as will NCModernist staff and volunteers. 

The original house was built in 1971. David Arneson of Center Studio Architecture designed the 2019 renovation, featuring wood and terrazzo floors, Miele generation 20 appliances including a steam oven, a cappuccino maker, and electric car charging. 

Emilie Huin is a Triangle real estate broker with Keller Williams Realty United specializing in the sale of Modern and Luxury homes. She recently sold the house and will be available to answer questions about it or the market in general.  Reach her at  Emilie.huin@kw.com or phone 919-381-7534.

Time Blocks

A week ahead, you'll receive an email with a specific entry time in your time block.  Please arrive five minutes before your entry time to avoid delays.  You'll have about 15 minutes which is plenty of time to see this amazing renovation. Tickets are not mailed; your name will be on a list at registration.  Proceeds benefit the documentation, preservation, and promotion programs of NCModernist!

Map/Directions


Take I-40 to 15-501, exit towards Chapel Hill.  Bear right onto Franklin Street.  Turn right onto Carolina Avene.
The Fine Print

Participants are welcome to take photos inside and outside the house.

Participants must sign a liability waiver before entering.

For public health, participants must wear masks while onsite and maintain a minimum six-foot distance with event staff and other participants.

Strollers are not allowed.

To protect floors, participants must remove shoes or bring shoe booties before entering the house.

The tour runs rain or shine. Once payment is made, there are no refunds for any reason except for tour cancellation. However, you can transfer tickets to others, just have them ask for tickets in your name at registration.

Architects can get self-reported CEU hours if arranged in advance with the AIA.

Food, drinks, and smoking are not allowed in the house.

Any questions? Please contact us below.

Proceeds benefit the documentation, preservation, and promotion programs of NCModernist!