|IMAGES FROM FIRST OLD HOUSE FAIR 1999|
Courtesy North Park News
|Looking South on 30th Street toward Ash Street|
The fair demonstrated that there is a high level of homeowner interest in upgrading the very large inventory of older homes and Craftsman style bungalows surrounding San Diego’s beautiful Balboa Park.
|Chilling at the 1999 Old House Fair where Santos Coffee Shop used|
to be before it moved to 32nd & Thorn. Now, Bouna Forchetta a hot new
Italian style restaurant, has taken over the 30th & Beech location
|Keynote Speaker Wayne Carlson|
Editor, SD Home/Garden
|Elizabeth Scalise of|
Brower and other vendors said many fair-goers were not prepared to haul away newly purchased furniture. The public wasn’t expecting to see such quality furnishings. “Everything we sold, we had to deliver,” said Brower.
|Walking West on Beech toward Date Street.|
|Looking West along Vendor stations along Beech Street|