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Holiday House Tour

  • ABOVE: Ruthann Kistler, with her Victorian Christmas tree, says the French country dining room is her favorite room. The Kistlers' breakfast room has two smaller trees. One is decorated with her mother's old cookie cutters. The other's ornaments are…
    ABOVE: Ruthann Kistler, with her Victorian Christmas tree, says the French country dining room is her favorite room. The Kistlers' breakfast room has two smaller trees. One is decorated with her mother's old cookie cutters. The other's ornaments are all dedicated to sweet treats. BELOW: The dining room chandelier in the Kistler home becomes a Christmas focal point with gold ornaments and garland, against the unique ceiling design.
Published December 19. 2012 05:02PM

It looked a lot like Christmas when people visited four homes and the Little White Church during the Palmerton Concourse Club's recent Christmas House Tour.

Visitors couldn't help but feel the warmth of hospitality with the beautiful Christmas decorations and welcome they received at each home.

From live piano Christmas music at one home, to a cheery fire blazing in the fireplace at another, they all made it feel like it was indeed, the most wonderful time of the year.

The Palmerton Concourse Club expressed its thanks to the homeowners, as well as St. John Neuman's and the Little White Church, for their graciousness and to all those who attended. The club hopes to host another Christmas House Tour in 2014.

Here are some of each home's highlights in photos:

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