Spotlighting and showcasing the newest homes in the most sought after new neighborhoods in the Triangle area, the 49th annual Parade of Homes, presented by the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County will run on three separate weekends in October (4-5, 10-12, and 17-19) from 12-5 p.m.
The largest open house in the state of North Carolina each year is open to the public and completely free of charge. With over 185 homes to be displayed, the Parade of Homes is one of the largest judged home tours in the entire United States. All houses on display will be judged just before the first open house weekend based on a variety of categories including quality curb appeal, workmanship, floor plans, among other criteria. Gold, silver, and bronze winners will be selected and announced during the event at a very special awards ceremony.
The Preston Development Company, which manages to South Lakes neighborhood in Morrisville is proud to have a number of their beautiful homes being showcased as a part of the 49th annual Parade of Homes event. Preston’s diverse home offerings and track record for quality and exceptional work over the past twenty plus years in the Raleigh and surrounding areas has made them the standard bearer in residential, commercial, and retail development. To see more on the latest projects and news involving the Preston Development Company, check their website at prestondev.com.
There are several ways in which you can get more information on the 49th annual Parade of Homes event to ready you for the tour. You can get a list of homes and search by community, builder, and size online at www.paradeofhomeswake.com. Additionally, you can stop at the Home Builders Association of Raleigh-Wake County’s office, located at 5580 Centerview Drive, Suite 115 in Raleigh to pick up a Parade “guide” book. These books can also be obtained at the parade houses during each tour.
Lastly, Yes there’s an App for that. The “Parade App” can be downloaded to your iPhone or Android device so that you can conveniently have this information in the palm of your hand.