Santa Clara Historic Home Tour 2022


After a two-year hiatus, there will be an in-person Santa Clara Historic Home Tour this year!  It will take place on Friday December 2nd from 6 to 10 pm and Saturday December 3rd from 12 noon to 5 pm. 



An early 1900s postcard image of the Peña Adobe, now The Santa Clara Woman’s Club


There are four private homes on this year’s tour.

Peter Pasetta House:  Constructed in 1936 by the noted developer Peter Pasetta as his personal home, this 3,025 sq. ft. Tudor Revival home is a rare architectural style in Santa Clara.

Aaron C. Warren House:  An outstanding example of a Queen Anne house with Eastlake detailing, this home was built in 1889 by the prominent contractor Aaron C. Warren for his family.

Ravizza/Changras House:  This residence is a California Bungalow, an architectural style unique to California.  Erected circa 1927 for Louis Ravizza, in 1930 it was valued at $6,000.

Jessie Brown House:  Popular from 1905-1925, the Craftsman Bungalow was inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement.  This one was built for Jessie and May Brown circa 1916.


The public building which will also serve as the check-in point for the Tour will be the Santa Clara Woman’s Club at 3260 The Alameda in Santa Clara. 


Early bird tickets are available until October 31st for $25.  Then the ticket price increases to $30 until December 1st.  Tickets purchased at the door will be $35.


For more information including the masking requirement for the tour, please view the Tour website at: