It's not too early to start preparing for the All Souls' Saint Nicholas Home tour! This year the tour will be on Saturday, December 6, 2014. The tour will include beautifully decorated Point Loma homes and the All Souls' Marketplace.
The Saint Nicholas Home Tour helps us to raise funds for local, domestic, and international causes. Money from ticket sales, the Cafe, and Christmas Crafts at the All Souls' Marketplace helps:
Purchase medicines and supplies for a medical clinic in Maseno, Kenya
Provide monthly dinners for homeless in Ocean Beach at the Episcopal Church Center
Gather food, clothing and shelter for refugees as thy arrive in San Diego through the Episcopal Refugee Network
Feed the homeless in South San Diego through God's Extended Hand Soup Kitchen
Stock the food pantry at Loaves and Fish in Ocean Beach Food Bank
Support The Peninsula Shepherd Senior Center, an organization providing transportation, computer classes and other services for Seniors in Point Loma
Support other charitable agencies and organizations
Take a look at our image gallery to enjoy photos of the 2013 Home Tour.
Discover a part of Point Loma’s history when you enter this home that was built as part of Madame Tingley’s Theosophical Society. Originally built around 1901, it was moved to its present location in the 1930’s. The original octagonal shape has influenced every interior and exterior space. Enter through a lovely garden and enjoy the wonderful interior decoration that enhances this wonderful home.
Enjoy the sweeping views that were integrated into the living spaces of this home. As a result of the most recent remodel, spectacular panoramic views are accessible on all three levels of this home. Enter through a grand foyer, featuring a curving staircase, and find a home designed for family living.
The flower bordered walkway invites you to enter this charming home filled with nooks and crannies, a Romeo and Juliet balcony, and a recent kitchen remodel undertaken by the homeowners. The style is one that you might recognize from your favorite places to shop.
This home was built 98 years ago, and is a Loma Portal landmark. Enter through a handsome garden gate to gaze upon a formal garden setting before turning to enter an exquisitely decorated home. Wonderful antiques, original cabinetry, and added woodworking details add to the charm of this delightful home.
A warm welcome greets you as you open the gate of the white picket fence that surrounds this 1952 post-war tract home. Located on a large corner lot, the bungalow has been transformed into a cozy cottage with wrap-around porch. The eclectic, whimsical interior is a reflection of the talent and creativity of the owners.