Due to high readership about Cincinnati’s 2011 Homearama in West Chester, WestChesterBuzz.com will breakdown each of the featured homes in the show this week. Earlier this week, the Buzz featured the “Collina Bella Casa,” which is a 7,100-square foot home built by Daniels Hicks Homes, and “The Augusta,” which was built by Justin Doyle Homes and is the show’s second largest home and is extremely energy efficient.
Today, the featured home will the largest home at the show that is currently for sale.
Zaring Premier Homes presents the “New Brunswick”
The “New Brunswick” at this year’s Homearama stands out from other homes in the show in multiple areas. After speaking with the show’s visitors, much of the buzz is about the home’s kitchen and its basement.
“We have received a lot of feedback about the kitchen,” said Ray Neverovich, president of the north division at The Drees Company. “There is a lot of light and it is open. I think people have really liked that a lot.”
The kitchen itself features a sink before a large set of windows, stainless steel appliances, large white cabinets and a lot of counter space.
Downstairs, the basement excited many of the show’s visitors thus far. The Cincinnati Reds themed basement features a Reds mural, a walk-up bar, billiards area and a separate sitting room to watch the game.
Upstairs is more traditional. The second floor features four bedrooms and a family room area for gaming or watching television. The home also features a mother-in-law suite on the first floor equipped with a kitchen that includes a refrigerator and a sink.
“It is very traditional (to have the bedrooms all on the second floor),” Neverovich said. “It is very popular in Cincinnati. Most of the homes we sell at Zaring and at Drees continue to have second floor master bedrooms. We thought we should continue with that and target that buyer.”
The “New Brunswick” is one of two homes in the show that is currently available for purchase. Previously listed at $973,000, the builder has it aggressively priced at $834,900.
Overall, the home is 5,493 square feet, features five bedrooms and four and one half bathrooms.
Tomorrow, WestChesterBuzz.com will breakdown and provide a photo gallery of the “Manchester” built by Jack H. Wieland Builders Inc.
The 2011 edition of Homearama in West Chester opened June 11 and drew more than 5,000 people in its opening weekend. Crowds are expected to grow larger as the event gets closer to its ending date (June 26).
“Typically attendance grows as the show goes a long,” said Dan Dressman, executive director of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati. “Our last day is usually the busiest.”
Tickets for this year’s Homearama cost $13 at the gate or $11 at Greater Cincinnati area Kroger stores. Children 12 and under will be admitted free of charge if accompanied by an adult.
The event, which takes place June 11-26, will be open to the public Monday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. then on Friday through Sunday from noon to 10 p.m.
For tickets, directions and more information visit the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati website.
Foxborough is located off Hamilton-Mason Road and State Route 747 in West Chester Township. It is near the Liberty Township border.