Parade of Homes offers a chance to see inside new homes | News
The Dwelling Builders Affiliation of Owensboro’s 64th annual Parade of Homes this weekend was a pleasurable activity for many people today, a chance to see what massive new residences glimpse like inside of.
Which is how neighbors Jo Robinson and Makenzie Foster received commenced checking out properties in the Parade a few or 4 years in the past.
“We were being strolling and she said she’d like to see what was inside some of the homes,” Robinson claimed. “I explained to her about the Parade of Residences. It is just anything we like to do.”
She mentioned they had already seen the Jagoe Houses houses and prepared to consider in the relaxation of the Parade on Sunday.
Shena Backlink was attending her first Parade, but she stated she prepared to take a look at all 12 residences.
“We’re receiving some ideas about the market,” she stated. “We could possibly be getting in the subsequent pair of a long time.”
Thorn Ridge Crossing in Woodland Ridge near Sorgho was a two-fer — two new residences on the same avenue.
Mike Ballard estimates that he’s created far more than 300 residences in the previous 46 a long time.
His most recent — at 6458 Thorn Ridge Crossing — boasted a one-stage, 4-bed room, two-tub age-in-position prepare, a personalized kitchen area, big included front and again porches and an insulated garage with floored storage place previously mentioned it.
“We decide on ourselves to demise in advance of we open a property,” Ballard explained. “We want anything to be correct.”
Like most builders, he explained he’s dealing with source chain concerns and has started off buying windows two months ahead of he requirements them.
Down the road at 6400 Thorn Ridge Crossing, Todd Millay of Millay Legacy Houses was welcoming folks to his company’s seventh dwelling.
It is, he stated, a four-bed room, 3-tub household with 2,180 square feet.
And it’s out there for $399,900.
“It’s 80% full,” he reported. “And it should really be completely ready by July 14.”
Millay said he began creating residences with his grandfather, Ward Pedley, 20 several years in the past.
“He’s 88 and he just retired 3 many years ago at 85,” Millay mentioned.
“This is all I have at any time carried out,” he mentioned.
Millay said he observed in between 100 and 150 persons touring the property on Saturday.
Woodland Ridge is growing, he explained. “There are yet another 120 loads out in this article.”
A lot of people are searching at western Daviess County for housing now, Millay explained, because they feel Kentucky 54 is finding far too crowded.
The Parade carries on Saturday and Sunday.
Hrs are from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday and from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday.