The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League has announced the locations for its 2013 home tour, which benefits neighborhoods and nonprofits in the district.

The tour is one of the oldest of its kind in the city. This year, from noon to 6 p.m. on Oct. 12 and 13, visitors can view 12 homes from seven historic neighborhoods. The houses range from solid craftsman homes to stately colonials, post-modern ranches to stunning contemporaries.

“This year’s tour stretches from Kessler to Kiestwood and includes homes from the 1917 to 2007,” said OOCCL president Philip Leven. “We’re especially pleased to have a home in North Cliff which has not been represented on the Tour in several years, and a home in South Winnetka, which is a first-ever for that neighborhood.  Our goal is to showcase the quality and variety of the homes and the neighborhoods of Oak Cliff. You’ll see beautiful historic restoration, repurposed older structures, and sensitive new construction, in everything from a 1,600-square-foot bungalow to a 4,500-square-foot contemporary.”

The OCCL recently announced the beneficiaries of the 2012 home tour, which included neighborhood grants for street sign toppers, sidewalk improvements, school uniforms, crime watch signs, and murals. Oak Cliff nonprofits that received grants included Fort Worth Avenue Development Group for Western Heights Cemetery Maintenance, Hampton-Illinois Library Friends, the Turner House, Friends of Oak Cliff Parks and The Well Community.

Home tour tickets cost $25 for adults and $15 for seniors 60 and older on the day of the tour, and can be purchased at W. 7th Street and Bishop Ave in the Bishop Arts District. Discounted advance tickets ($20 adult and $12 senior) are available at Tom Thumb stores located at 315 South Hampton Road, 5809 East Lovers Ln., and 6333 E Mockingbird Ln. You can also buy tickets online at the OOCCL website.

Here are the homes in this year’s tour:

1347 Cedar Hill in East Kessler Park

1347 Cedar Hill in East Kessler Park

1645 Junior in East Kessler Park

1645 Junior in East Kessler Park

1811 Evergreen Hills in Kessler Park

1811 Evergreen Hills in Kessler Park

2916 W. Greenbriar in Kessler Park

2916 W. Greenbriar in Kessler Park

2526 W. Tenth in Kessler Plaza

2526 W. Tenth in Kessler Plaza

2450 Five Mile Circle in Kiestwood

2450 Five Mile Circle in Kiestwood

905 N. Montclair in Kings Hwy

905 N. Montclair in Kings Hwy

1325 Kings Hwy. in Kings Hwy.

1325 Kings Hwy. in Kings Hwy.

2847 Ivandell in North Cliff

2847 Ivandell in North Cliff

701 S. Clinton in South Winnetka

701 S. Clinton in South Winnetka

1910 Marydale in Stevens Park Estates

1910 Marydale in Stevens Park Estates

1939 W. Colorado in in Stevens Park Estates

1939 W. Colorado in Stevens Park Estates

919 S. Franklin Front

We featured a cute little Tudor in Oak Cliff on Friday, and here’s another one, but this one is a lease! With two bedrooms, one bath, and tons of cute details, 919 S. Franklin St. in North Cliff is a great house for a young couple or someone who is tired of renting the same old apartment.

919 S Franklin Living

There’s 1,228 square feet inside this 1926 Tudor, and it’s every inch adorable. I love the fireplace in the living room, the hardwoods throughout the home, and the antique range in the kitchen is just a dream!

919 S. Franklin Dining

There’s a detached garage in the backyard, which is just fantastic for someone who has been Jonesing for some storage and covered parking. And top it all of with the neighborhood — a really fantastic place that is supremely bikeable and on the rise!

919 S. Franklin Kitchen

It’s leasing for just $1,025 a month, too! Interested? Contact Alma Alden at LocalDwelling.com.

919 S. Franklin Front

We featured a cute little Tudor in Oak Cliff on Friday, and here’s another one, but this one is a lease! With two bedrooms, one bath, and tons of cute details, 919 S. Franklin St. in North Cliff is a great house for a young couple or someone who is tired of renting the same old apartment.

919 S Franklin Living

There’s 1,228 square feet inside this 1926 Tudor, and it’s every inch adorable. I love the fireplace in the living room, the hardwoods throughout the home, and the antique range in the kitchen is just a dream!

919 S. Franklin Dining

There’s a detached garage in the backyard, which is just fantastic for someone who has been Jonesing for some storage and covered parking. And top it all of with the neighborhood — a really fantastic place that is supremely bikeable and on the rise!

919 S. Franklin Kitchen

It’s leasing for just $1,025 a month, too! Interested? Contact Alma Alden at LocalDwelling.com.

2839 Burlington Front

Immensely cute. That’s my shoot-from-the-hip description of this Oak Cliff cottage. Located in Sunset View, just outside Ravinia Heights in the North Cliff Conservation District, this home is in an excellent location for anyone who wants to be both in close proximity to downtown Dallas and be near the festivals and shops in the Bishop Arts District.

2839 Burlington Living

This adorable house clocks in at 1,464 square feet with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and tons of updates and upgrades. Several major components have been replaced recently, including the HVAC system, the roof, and the windows. That will save a new buyer tons of money in the long run. Speaking of money, 2839 Burlington Blvd. is priced at an affordable $198,000. I think that’s a great price point for this home, which is marketed by the knowledgeable Brian Davis of Dave Perry-Miller & Associates.

2839 Burlington Dining

The kitchen has granite counters and stainless appliances, as well as gorgeous cabinets and designer paint. I love how this home has plenty of color but doesn’t seem overwhelming. It’s not all beige and gray, but it’s not exactly fuschia and tangerine, either.

2839 Burlington Kitchen

The original hardwood floors throughout this home have been restored, which adds to the vintage charm of this home. While this home was built in 1939, the open layout of the living and dining areas belies a careful renovation.

2839 Burlington Master

The master bedroom is a decent size considering the age of the home, and the master bath is modest. But it’s the rich color on the walls and the modern tile selections that make this master suite stand out.

2839 Burlington Bath

The backyard, which is a landscaper’s dream, is a blank slate save for the party-friendly deck. It’s large enough for Fido to enjoy and still leave plenty of room for a vegetable garden and maybe even a chicken coop.

2839 Burlington Backyard