The Home Builders Association of Greater Springfield’s annual Parade of Homes kicks off today.
The tour that runs June 15-17 and June 22-24 showcases newly constructed homes in Springfield, Nixa, Ozark and Republic, according to a news release.
“Attendees of the 2018 Parade of Homes can expect to see the latest in innovative designs from local builders,” said Jason Bekebrede, HBA board president, in the release. “Our parade homes range from $200,000 to $649,000 in price and have some standout features, including the integration of smart technology.”
Below are the homes on this year’s tour, listed by price. The photos, provided by the HBA, show the homes during the construction phase.
John Marion Custom Homes LLC
321 Whispery Lane, Ozark
Vintage Springs Estates
This 3,265-square-foot home is made in French country style with brick and stone, wood-clad garage doors and a full bath in each bedroom. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath Ozark residence also has a tile fireplace and was decorated by Kelly Shaw Designs.
Essick Builders LLC
2555 E. Olde Ivy
Olde Ivy Development
This year’s St. Jude Dream Home — tickets are being sold to win the house — is located in a development just southeast of the Battlefield Road and Fremont Avenue intersection. With interior design from Ellecor Design and Gifts, the 2,700-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two and a half baths. Features include painted brick, stucco and rock.
Hawthorne Creek Homes LLC
904 Clare Court, Nixa
The Villages at Wicklow
This brick and hardy board home spans 2,600 square feet with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Decorated by Emma Louise Home and Kelly Shaw Designs, the home features a covered front porch and back deck, a wine refrigerator and a walk-in pantry.
Bussell Building Inc.
1650 N. Eagle Valley Lane, Nixa
Eagle Ridge Estates
This six-bedroom, three-bathroom home stretches 3,950 square feet. Brick, stone and vinyl siding are visible on the exterior, and inside, there’s a stone fireplace, kitchen island, mudroom bench and sizable basement. A three-car garage also is clearly visible from the street.
First Choice Construction LLC
2306 E. Moonlight St., Republic
A stone exterior leads inside to a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home. Decorated by No. 7 Staging LLC, the interior features include a two-story, walk-out basement, stone fireplace, wood ceiling and granite countertops. The home is 2,700 square feet.
Bussell Building Inc.
5578 W. Pecan St.
Bent Tree Subdivision
This single-story home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms. The 1,820-square-foot residence with a three-car garage has brick, stone and vinyl on the exterior; inside, there are split master bathroom vanities, a mudroom and laundry room, covered patio and stained cabinets.
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