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Joesler Home Tour to Celebrate 75th Anniversary of St. Philip’s In The Hills Episcopal Church

Mortar washed burnt adobe was one of Joesler's favorite building materials. This home is in mid-town Tucson, near Broadway and Country Club.

Mortar washed burnt adobe was one of Joesler's favorite building materials. This home is in mid-town Tucson, near Broadway and Country Club.

To celebrate their 75th anniversary St. Philip’s in the Hills Episcopal Church has organized a bus tour of 4  homes designed by Josias Joesler, lunch at Hacienda del Sol with a tour (the inn was designed by Joesler), and a tour of the St. Philip’s in the Hills Church (also designed by Joesler). The $75 admission price includes lunch, a presentation on Josias Joesler, and the bus tour. The tour takes place on Saturday, October 30 and departs from St Philip’s Church (4440 N Campbell Ave) at 9:30 am. For more information call 520-742-1398.

Josias Joesler was probably the most well known Tucson Architect. He designed around 400  homes from 1927 – 1956  in partnership with John and Helen Murphey. Most of these homes are located in Catalina Foothills Estates and Tucson Country Club Estates. He also designed Tucson’s first strip mall, Broadway Village, in 1939. Click here to see a blog I wrote about Josias Joesler

If you are interested in buying a Joesler home, contact me to schedule a showing of available homes. Nick Labriola 520-975-8956 or email me at Nick@RealTucson.com.

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