Spanish-inspired homes designed by architect Clifford Hutsell will be the centerpiece of the 43rd annual Lakewood Home Festival set to take place in November.

Three Hutsell builds, including his private residence, will be in the spotlight on the lineup of six homes. A contemporary treehouse and modern homes that highlight current trends will also be featured.

The Lakewood Home Tour will run from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 9 and 10. Tickets can be purchased online or in person at Comerica Bank, Talulah & HESS, Snowbaby and each of the homes during tour hours.

Proceeds will benefit Lakewood Elementary, J.L. Long and Woodrow Wilson.

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This year’s locations are:

3616 Vintage Place

Built in 2006, this Spanish Mediterranean was remodeled in the Hutsell style. Visitors can’t miss the basement speakeasy, named the “Vintage Place Social Club,” and an ever-changing craft cocktail menu.

7038 Lakewood Blvd.

This 1929 Spanish Hutsell was remodeled in the kitchen, master suite and courtyard. The homeowner also added a junior master suite in the old sleeping porch. It incorporates stained-glass windows that add to the Hutsell flare. The corner lot provides ample flower beds and plenty of street frontage.

7039 Lakeshore Drive

This 1936 Hutsell home has California roots with hand-painted tile, beveled mirrors, original pillow tile in two upstairs bathrooms and intricate ironwork. The home is highlighted by a traditional Hutsell billiard room with a frosting ceiling flanked by stained glass.

7035 Lakewood Blvd.

Built in 1930, this was Hutsell’s personal home. It is known in the neighborhood for its blue exterior drapes that surround nautical-themed, stained-glass windows.

7102 Pasadena Drive

Situated in the trees, this modern retreat is a Zen oasis. Design enthusiasts will note the vintage light fixtures, bold furniture and statement art pieces. The homeowners added 2,500 square feet that includes a gym, upstairs guest room and playroom.

6616 Northridge Drive

This 2018 build showcases large windows and a pastel palate. The five-bedroom home is complete with an outdoor living space and pool.

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