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Symphony Show House will be June 13-28 in Oklahoma City

The Symphony Showhouse will go on, with social distancing observed because of the coronavirus pandemic, June 13-28 at 2737 Guilford Lane, which is listed with Wyatt Poindexter Group of KW Luxury Homes International for $3.25 million.

The show house has been an annual fundraiser for the Oklahoma City Philharmonic and its music education programs since 1973. It will open its doors from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily, with the first hour reserved for those at higher risk for COVID-19. The Symphony Show House will adhere to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, state and local guidance for health and safety.

Grab a mask and go check it out: "This completely renovated property includes a brand-new custom pool and half-basketball court. Remodeled by locally owned-and-operated A-List Construction, the house boasts nearly 8,000 square feet with five bedrooms, nine bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling commercial windows, marble, steel and rustic wood beams."

For more information, email league@okcphil.org or go to www.okcphil.org. Follow the Symphony Show House on Facebook at www.facebook.com/OCOLShowHouse.

This year’s Symphony Show House designers include:

• Elizabeth Richardson, Adorn.

• Rosinna Gies, Amini's Galleria.

• Tuesday Fay and Halah Songer, Bob Mills Furniture.

• Abbie Wilkerson, Aleks Payne and Doris Medrano, Calvert's Plant Interiors.

• Crystal Carte, Carte's Interiors.

• Shara Castillo, Castle Rock Granite.

• Cindy Raby, Cindy Raby Interiors.

• Patti Williams, The Enchanted Cottage.

• Nora Johnson, Johnson Manor Interior Design.

• Jeff Muse and Beth Ketchum, K&N Interior Fabrics.

• Katelynn Henry, Steve Calonkey and Steve Simpson, Henry Home Interiors.

• Lezley Lynch, Lezley Lynch Designs.

• Kari Lopez, Renae Brady and Tracy Knoche, LOREC Ranch Home Furnishings.

• Nathan R. Hughes and Maria Magana, Mathis Design Studio.

• Keven Calonkey Carl, Cassidy Brunsteter and Lance Whitlow, Mister Robert Fine Furniture & Design.

• Cindy Curley and Ryan Johnson, Norwalk Design.

• Deb Johnson, Paint Inspirations Inc.

• Ronette Wallace, OTW Interiors and Suburban Contemporary Furniture.

• Julie Miller, Tin Lizzie.

• J. Mark Taylor, Traditions Fine Furniture & Design.

• Steve Winters and Lisa Smallwood, Winter House Interiors.

The Show House also will host a boutique and pop-up shops featuring jewelry, art, gifts and more by The Black Scintilla, Home Dazzle, Lynda Savage Art and Vintage Gypsy.

Symphony Show House leaders are chairman, Julia Hunt; design chairman, Tuesday Fay; designer liaison, J. Mark Taylor.

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<strong>A view inside this year's Symphony Showhouse, set for June 13-28, at 2737 Guilford Lane. [PHOTO PROVIDED]</strong>

A view inside this year's Symphony Showhouse, set for June 13-28, at 2737 Guilford Lane. [PHOTO PROVIDED]

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