Builders participating in the 2019 James Hardie Parade of Homes™ have been announced by the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee (HBAMT). The Grove, host and developer of the event, has assembled an elite team of construction professionals: Hatcliff Construction, who will be working with Southern Living on a Southern Living Showcase Home; Legend Homes; Luna Custom Homes; Stonegate Homes; and Trace Construction.
“We are thrilled to be showcasing the innovative designs and superior craftsmanship this team of builders brings to the event,” says David Crane, Parade of Homes™ chairman. “With a mix of first-time Parade builders and past Parade award winners, they all will be taking this opportunity to show the public their unique ideas and the latest trends in home building and design.”
Stonegate Homes returns for their second Parade following an award-winning entry in the 2017 event. Legend Homes makes their fifth Parade appearance and is a past “Best of Show” winner in both the 2011 and 2017 events. Hatcliff Construction, Luna Custom Homes and Trace Construction are first-time Parade builders.
“The builders are in the process of selecting the designers who will work with them to create amazing and awe-inspiring show homes,” says Crane. “It’s going to be a fantastic event.”
The highly anticipated custom home tour will open Saturday, October 12 and run daily through Sunday, October 27 at The Grove, a scenic gated community in College Grove, Tenn. Tours run 10am – 7pm, the last ticket sells at 6pm. Admission is $12 per person, children 12 and under are free.
About The Grove
Located minutes from historic Franklin, Tenn., The Grove is a 1,100-acre, private, gated community offering a distinctive club lifestyle, complete with Williamson County’s only Greg Norman Signature Golf Course and the most comprehensive amenity and recreation package of any community in the region. The Grove features luxury, artisan-built, estate homes that have been created from a rich, thoughtful palette of classic architectural styles. Each possesses defined characteristics and signature elements and are set into an impressive landscape dotted with streams, old farm lands and rolling, wooded hills. Homes range from the low $900,000s – over $9 million. Homesites start at $165,000.
The Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee (HBAMT) is a voluntary non-profit trade association dedicated to promoting the American dream of homeownership to all residents of Middle Tennessee.