"Renovate, Restore, Renew" is the theme of the Bexley Women's Club 2009 House and Garden Tour.

"Renovate, Restore, Renew" is the theme of the Bexley Women's Club 2009 House and Garden Tour.

The tour will be held June 14, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The 10 sites announced recently include remodeled homes along with some of the most attractive gardens in Bexley. Tickets are $10 on the day or the tour and can be purchased at Columbus School for Girls, on the Bexley Women's Club Web site at www.bexleywomen.org and First Bexley Bank, Christine's Garden and Bexley Stationers and Gifts.

Proceeds from the tour support the Women's Club scholarship program.

This year's sites are:

n 80 N. Drexel Ave., home to Ohio State University president E. Gordon Gee, a pre-1920s home;

n 2416 Commonwealth Park N., a country home built in 1908 the same year Bexley was incorporated;

n 2420 Maryland Ave., a one-story brick ranch home built in 1982 that features a secluded patio space;

n 358 N. Parkview Ave., Heritage Garden at the Ohio Governor's Residence.;

n 445 N. Parkview Ave., which features modern gardening with 40-year-old Japanese maples, knot gardens and weeping hemlocks;

n 168 S. Drexel Ave., an 1918 home that features a pool surrounded by beautiful landscaping;

n 164 S. Cassady Ave., a 1927 home renovated in 2003 that features arched doorways, cherry cabinets and original hardwood floors;

n 330 S. Stanwood Road, a 1950s home based on the current owners' love of cooking and entertaining the focal point of the renovation was the kitchen;

n 818 S. Montrose Ave. with interior and exterior space reflects that owners' interest in literature, art and music; and

n 2361 Mound St., a 1925 Craftsman Style House, home to Capital University's Alumni Relations Department.