Through this past weekend (June 11-19), approximately 16,000 people have attended Homearama in West Chester. Due to its popularity, WestChesterBuzz.com has provided information and pictures of all five of the featured homes.
Willig Greystone Custom Homes presents the “Kimberly Ann” – This home has impressed Homearama goers with its craftsman-style exterior, its spacious master bathroom and for the reason that it could be the only LEED certified home in West Chester (meaning it is of the highest standard of energy efficiency). It is also one of the two homes that is currently for sale and is priced for $849,000. – Pictures of the “Kimberly Ann” –
Zaring Premier Homes presents the “New Brunswick” – Like the “Kimberly Ann,” this home is also for sale. Previously listed at $973,000, the builder has it aggressively priced at $834,900. The “New Brunswick” has also impressed Homearama visitors with its kitchen and its basement. The white kitchen brings in a lot of light and offers stainless steel appliances, large cabinets and a lot of counter space. Meanwhile, the basement features a large Cincinnati Reds mural, a walk-up bar, billiards area, media room and a circular see-through Solaris fireplace by Heat & Glo. – Pictures of the “New Brunswick”
Daniels Hicks Homes presents “Collina Bella Casa” – This is the most expensive home (priced at $1,077,000) at Homearama. The 7,100 square-foot “Collina Bella Casa” features 14 rooms, five bedrooms, five full and one half bathrooms. Its most noticeable feature has to be the half-court basketball area on the lower level. The lower level also features a full bar, billiards, game area, private suite with walk-in closet and a media center. Homearama visitors have also raved about the home’s two-layer deck, which featured a hot tub on the bottom level and a large flat-screen television on the second level. – Pictures of the “Collina Bella Casa”
Justin Doyle Homes presents “The Augusta” – This home, which is 6,302 square feet, is also extremely energy efficient. According to its builder, the energy bill will be less than $200 in the winter. “The Augusta” features five bedrooms and four full and one half bathrooms. The basement features three bedrooms, each with walk-in closets and attached bathrooms. The basement also features a full bar, media area with a large screen television, a billiards area and a game area. The home itself has already sold for $815,000. – Pictures of “The Augusta”
Jack H. Wieland Builders Inc. presents the “Manchester” – Many Homearama visitors are calling this home the “best value” at this year’s event. Priced at $672,000, “The Manchester” was designed from scratch by the owner and its builder. The second floor features three bedrooms, personally designed for the owner’s three small children, two full bathrooms and a kids’ play area/media room. The home also features a master suite with a spacious bathroom on the first floor and a large deck that runs off from the kitchen. – Pictures of “The Manchester”
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.