Greater Victoria home tour offers ‘stunning transformations’

The parade of 10 homes offers a variety of projects to suit a wide range of tastes.

This year’s Young Life Home Design & Renovation Tour is all about reinventing living spaces, where homes have undergone stunning transformations.

The parade of 10 homes, through the Western Communities, Victoria and the Saanich Peninsula, offers a variety of projects to suit a wide range of tastes.

Projects include several newly built modern homes, heritage restorations, transformations from older dated homes to spectacular modern living spaces and two waterfront properties built to blend with the natural west coast landscape.

The tour takes place April 12 to 13.

Young Life Victoria, a Christian-based youth group, uses the fundraiser to support programs, camps and staff .

Passport-style tickets for the self-guided tour sell for $25 and are available at several outlets including the Young Life office at 250-634-3223.  For more information, please go online to


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