On Sunday, you can tour six late 19th-century and early 20th-century private homes in the Belmont Harbor neighborhood, including this 1906 greystone renovated and designed by interior designer Tom Stringer and his partner, Scott Waller. Working with Rugo/Raff Architects, the two refurbished the home from top to bottom. Tickets to the 22nd Annual City Style House Tour are $155. At least two of the homes we have seen on previous tours have landed in the pages of our magazine.

—JAN PARR

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City Style House Tour

On Sunday, you can tour six late 19th-century and early 20th-century private homes in the Belmont Harbor neighborhood, including this 1906 greystone renovated and designed by interior designer Tom Stringer and his partner, Scott Waller. Working with Rugo/Raff Architects, the two refurbished the home from top to bottom. Tickets to the 22nd Annual City Style House Tour are $155. At least two of the homes we have seen on previous tours have landed in the pages of our magazine.

On Sunday, you can tour six late 19th-century and early 20th-century private homes in the Belmont Harbor neighborhood, including this 1906 greystone renovated and designed by interior designer Tom Stringer and his partner, Scott Waller. Working with Rugo/Raff Architects, the two refurbished the home from top to bottom. Tickets to the 22nd Annual City Style House Tour are $155. At least two of the homes we have seen on previous tours have landed in the pages of our magazine.

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