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Parade of Homes In Hampton VA Starts This Weekend

buckroe parade of homesThe Peninsula Housing & Builders Association is pleased to present the 2011 Fall Parade of Homes.  This premiere event will showcase homes of the Buckroe Bayfront and East Bay Communities. The Parade of Homes will take place from September 17, 2011 through October 2, 2011. There will be seven single family homes and a four-unit multi- family home showcased in this Parade. 
    Some of the finest custom home builders on the Peninsula will be participating in the 2011 Parade of Homes.

 

PHBA is taking the Parade of Homes to Buckroe!  The Fall 2011 Parade will take place September 17 – October 2, and will feature single-family homes, as well search homes in this neighborhood in hampton roads or williamsburgmansion style homes.  The entire development will be sustainable, green homes.   This mid-priced beach community will feature homes with an average 2,400 square feet, and all will follow the City of Hampton’s architectural guidelines for the area.  This year’s Parade of Homes will also feature "The Endless Summer", charity house being built by Edgerton Contracting, Inc.  Proceeds from the sale of this home will benefit two local charities: Downtown Hampton Child Development Center and the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Virginia Peninsula.

 

Parade Of Homes 2011 Hours
September 17 – October 2, 2011
Weekdays 12pm-9pm
Weekends 10am – 8pm
Tickets $10.00 for adults
12 and under FREE!!

More info here

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