UTAH VALLEY, Utah, May 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- In just two days, the 2016 Utah Valley Parade of Homes will open the doors of 40 custom-built residences for attendees to tour and admire.
"With 40 homes in the Parade and 13 valued at over $1 million, this is our biggest year so far," said UVHBA Executive Officer Steve Caldwell. "Expect to be impressed."
The Parade of Homes is an annual, must-see summer event running from June 2 through June 18. During the two-week event, attendees can visit any of the homes between noon and 9 pm Tuesday through Saturday.
Presented by the Utah Valley Home Builders Association (UVHBA), the self-guided home tour features superior home designs and unique, high-end features in brand new homes in neighborhoods from Highland to Elk Ridge.
This year, attendees can look forward to tour many homes featuring pieces from well-known furniture lines including Joanna Gaines' Magnolia Home collection, the Trisha Yearwood Home Collection and Eric Church's Highway to Home line.
"The quality of design, craftsmanship and landscaping this year is truly spectacular," said Crystal Hintze, 2016 Parade of Homes Chairman. "I cannot wait for people to get a look at these gorgeous homes."
The variety of homes range 1,438 square feet to an impressive 16,906 square feet and start in the mid-$200s, topping out at $2.6 million. With 13 homes hovering at or above $1 million, attendees are sure to be impressed.
"This is a great chance for homeowners looking for ideas or planning a future home to find inspiration by so many beautiful designs," Hintze said. "There is something here for every style and every price range."
Tickets are $15 (children five and under are free) and can be purchased from the app, online at www.uvparade.com, at Osmond Design locations in Lehi and Orem, or at Central Bank in Springville, Mapleton, Spanish Fork and Payson and at the UVHBA office in Orem.
ABOUT UVHBA AND PARADE OF HOMES:
The Utah Valley Home Builders Association (UVHBA) leads the way in Utah to actively protect, preserve and promote home builders and individuals working in the construction industry. Members of the UVHBA adhere to a strict code of ethics and are frequently recognized as industry leaders for their award-winning projects.
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SOURCE Utah Valley Home Builders Association