Parade of Homes to include more than 120 houses

Homes will be open free to the public from 1 to 7 p.m. Sept. 29-Oct. 7.
FROM STAFF REPORTS Published: September 22, 2012
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The 67th Annual Parade of Homes, organized by the Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association and sponsored by The Womble Co., will have more than 120 homes displaying the best in landscaping, home decor and craftsmanship.

Homes will be open free to the public from 1 to 7 p.m. Sept. 29-Oct. 7.

“You're going to see some of the most creative homes built by the best in the industry at this years' parade,” said Kenyon Woods, chairman. “We, as builders, prepare all year for the COHBA Parade of Homes by attending national conferences, touring homes across the country, and taking continuing education classes to learn about the newest and best innovations in homebuilding. We take what we learn, add our own creativity to it, and come up with a finished product that we are proud to show to the community.”

Many of the homes on the parade will be in one of five featured neighborhoods: Hidden Creek, north of NW 122 and east of MacArthur Boulevard; Pleasant Grove, west of Council Road north of Memorial; Monterau, at NW 150 and County Line Road; Rose Creek, NW 164 and N May Avenue; and Williamson Farms, SW 119 and Meridian.

Free parade plan guides, with photos, maps and descriptions of the homes will be available starting at noon Sept. 28 at metro-area Arvest Bank and Best Buy locations. The Parade of Homes also will have an iPhone app and mobile webpage.

For more information, go to www.paradeofhomesok.com.



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