High Point Market Co-Sponsors 2013 ShowHouse

HIGH POINT, N.C.-The High Point Market is co-sponsoring the 2013 Junior League of Greensboro ShowHouse during the April Market.

The ShowHouse is a partnership between the Junior League of Greensboro and its national media partner Traditional Home magazine, and will be open April 20 through May 5. Designers for the historic Adamsleigh estate include Miles Redd, Suzanne Kasler, and Eric Cohler.

Located at 3301 Alamance Road in Greensboro, N.C., the estate was designed in 1928 for High Point textile magnate John Hampton Adams. The 15,000-square-foot house includes 33 rooms, and the 13-acre property features pools, a lake, tennis courts and a five-car garage.

Tours will be held during the High Point Market, and tickets for the ShowHouse are $25 in advance, $30 at the door. They can be purchased at www.juniorleagueshowhouse.com.

All 2013 JLG ShowHouse proceeds will benefit the Junior League of Greensboro and its work in local education.

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