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Fall Parade of Homes highlights broad range of locations, styles and price points | Business News

Built on a 1.5-acre lot with panoramic views of rural Dane County, the $1.04 million home has five bedrooms, 4.5 baths and 5,200-square-feet of living space. The outside entryway is framed with 12 inch by 12 inch beams of Douglas fir, a bar in the basement is accented with two-inch-thick shelves made from cherry while beams on the living room ceiling are stained to match those on the entryway. The home offers up an elegant but clean and functional design from Bouril Design Studio, an architectural firm in Madison.



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Offices are popular among those considering a new home. Jason Kratochwill, founder of Jason Thomas Homes, has two offices in his home, which is part of the Madison Area Builders Association’s Fall Parade of Homes.




“What we’re seeing trend-wise in the market is a lot of modern takes on traditional styles,” Kratochwill said. “So, in this case, I have a prairie style home, which is a very traditional style but it’s a very modern take on it.”

The highlights include lights from Madison Lighting, a steel-faced gas fireplace in the living room and a “three-and-a-half season” room with an insulated floor and ceiling and a wood-burning fireplace that can raise the temperature in the room to the mid-60s on frigid January days. The room also includes walls of retractable windows with screens, which further allows the temperature to be controlled in warmer months based on the direction of the wind and rain.



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The kitchen in the home of builder Jason Kratochwill pairs modern influences and prairie-style design.




In the kitchen, where the island is 4 feet wide by 9 feet long, outlets are hidden underneath cabinets, there’s a spacious pantry and the home is dotted with eight transom windows that further spread the

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Rodrock offers a feast of fabulous homes for Fall Parade

During this year’s Fall Parade of Homes, Rodrock has more than 20 homes open for free tours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Among them is the award-winning Olympus II by Pyramid Homes in Red Fox Run at Sundance Ridge. This gorgeous 1.5 story is a must see, boasting an oversized walkthrough pantry, large laundry, and expansive mudroom, providing abundant spaces for busy lifestyles.

During this year’s Fall Parade of Homes, Rodrock has more than 20 homes open for free tours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Among them is the award-winning Olympus II by Pyramid Homes in Red Fox Run at Sundance Ridge. This gorgeous 1.5 story is a must see, boasting an oversized walkthrough pantry, large laundry, and expansive mudroom, providing abundant spaces for busy lifestyles.

During this year’s Fall Parade of Homes, Rodrock is offering a veritable feast of homes for tour goers to try—all of which will tempt palates with enticing new floor plans and the most tasteful design trends. More than 20 fabulous homes are showcased in an appetizing array of styles and price points.

Now through the 25th, these gorgeous abodes are open to the public for free tours from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.

“Red Fox Run at Sundance Ridge starts the Fall Parade off with a bang,” says community manager Bruce Stout. “Pyramid Homes’ award-winning Olympus II is a must-see, as this gorgeous 1.5 story boasts extensive trim details and a functional flow.”

The show-stopping Breckenridge by L&G Homes is another notable stop, as this reverse 1.5 story has a resort-style master suite, gourmet kitchen with expansive walk-through pantry and spacious lower level.

“Doyle Construction’s 1.5-story Avalyn has unique décor touches that combine farmhouse chic with today’s latest designer trends,” Bruce says. “And the Lancaster, by Rodrock Homes, showcases form, function, and finesse. This is not your ordinary 2 story!”

In neighboring Archers Landing, the Arista by BC Residential Homes tempts with a beautiful mix of lap siding, shake shingles, and cultured stone on the front of the home.

“Parade attendees will also love the open feel of James Engle Custom Homes’ Jameson with its 2-story Great Room and wall

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Searching for your dream home? 2020 Parade of Homes to continue through this weekend

The Home Builders Association of Dayton wants to give homeowners the ability to find their dream home in the Miami Valley virtually or in person.

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The 2020 Parade of Homes continues through this weekend and features 22 homes, available for purchase, from across the Dayton region from Lebanon to Tipp City. Those interested in these brand new homes will be able to view them through a 3D Matterport tour by Dayton Home Photo and video tours on buildingdayton.com, and through in-person tours from 4-8 p.m. every Wednesday through Friday and noon to 6 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday until Oct. 11.

The events are free and feature homes built by Diyanni Homes, D.R. Horton, Fischer Homes, HBS Development, Justin Doyle Homes, M/I Homes, Oberer Homes, Peebles Homes, Ryan Homes and Simms Development.

The prices of these homes range from $190,900 to nearly a million dollars and are move-in ready.

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Parade of Homes: Check out this 3,800-square-foot Raleigh home

RALEIGH (WTVD) — The Triangle Parade of Homes is back and features more than 215 homes that range from $250,000 up to $2.2 million.

One of those homes is on Crescent Square Street in Raleigh.

The $549,115 home has a front porch with room for rocking chairs and a large bonus room.

Check out the owner’s bathroom and pool of this $1.9 million Wake County home

The home has four bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms and is walking distance to greenway trails.

Check out a tour of the home in the media player above.

Parade of Homes started September 26 runs through the following two weekends.

Check out this $820,000 Apex home featured in the Triangle Parade of Homes

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A virtual Parade of Homes premieres Oct. 16 | Home/Real Estate

On Friday, Oct. 16, the 2020 Haciendas: A Virtual Parade of Homes goes live. It’s about two months later than the typical Parade events of past years, during which a few thousand people walked through a selection of the best new houses in Santa Fe. This year, because of coronavirus restrictions, the sponsoring Santa Fe Area Home Builders Association has innovated a digital experience that includes virtual walkthroughs and interviews with the builders.

The 2020 Parade features 15 houses, valued at between $315,000 to $3.5 million, constructed by 13 homebuilders.

Also unlike the traditional tour held over two weekends in August, this one can be revisited into the future. “The virtual tour will go live on Oct. 16 and remain on the website indefinitely,” said Miles D. Conway, SFAHBA executive officer. “Folks can go back again and again to view all the home videos, photography, and descriptions.”

As always, the Haciendas entries will be judged in categories including craftsmanship, design, kitchen, master suite, and outdoor space. New for 2020 is a “Best Concept Home” category, in which there are four entries. Conway said the builder or architect of the best one will be awarded for “the most elegant and compelling computer-rendered design of a home that is to-be-built.”

“I think that’s super-cool,” said Bill Roth, Modern Design and Construction. He has one of the regular entries for a home he completed last spring on Escopeta Place. A retirement home for a couple from Denver, it will be judged in the $700-$1 million Parade price category.

It boasts design elements not related to typical Santa Fe Style homes.

“I am a big fan of the California midcentury modern movement, the Eichler homes,” Roth said. “I’ve always wanted to do one and I finally found clients who liked the idea. They came

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