On Saturday December 1st, homeowners in the beautiful Mill Hill Neighborhood will host the 52nd Annual Mill Hill Holiday House Tour. This year, approximately 15 homes will be opening their doors with at least five new homeowners on the tour. All are invited to tour this revitalized and thriving neighborhood and see firsthand how many have made the houses into their homes.

It will be a fun, interesting and inspiring day for all ages to help make history come alive in New Jersey’s Capital City!

Tickets are available in advance online or at one of the following locations ($15): Mill Hill Saloon; Trenton Social;  Classics Books and Gifts; Shoppe 202; Fedora Café; Labyrinth Books-Princeton; and Cafe Antonio.

Tickets are also available at the door the day of the tour ($20).

About the Mill Hill Neighborhood

Mill Hill is located next to downtown Trenton, a few minutes walk from the Trenton train station. The Mill Hill Historic District spans some 10 linear blocks of mostly 19th century homes. The oldest home in the district was built in the 1826. The newest was completed in 2005.
Mill Hill is a close knit, diverse, and civically active neighborhood. In the 1960s, Mill Hill was saved from certain destruction by aggressive redevelopment. It survived because of the vision and courage of private citizens and enlightened public officials, and benefited from federal funding that enabled critical infrastructure improvements.
Today, Mill Hill is a strong community with a clear and promising future. It is a neighborhood in the old-fashioned sense, where most people get to know many of their neighbors. The interesting social character of our community includes a strong core of professionals, service workers, and artists. There are retired people and quite a few children. Those of us who own and rent homes in Mill Hill include married couples, single men, single women, same-sex couples, economic partners, and multi-generational families. Mill Hill is a model for the friendly and cooperative integration of a socially, culturally, and ethnically diverse population.
To learn more about this historic neighborhood, visit http://trentonmillhill.org/.

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