The event will take place on two consecutive weekends—September 22nd through 24th and September 29th through October 1st. Builders’ model homes will be open from noon until 5 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is free.
A total of 20 homes in the south and southwest suburbs will be available to walk through during the Tour Of Homes. They range in size from 1,692 to more than 8,000 square feet—with the majority of the homes falling within the 3,000- to 4,000-square-foot range. All boast the numerous advantages of new construction such as floor plans designed around today’s lifestyles, the ability to personalize interior finishes and features, energy efficiency, and lower maintenance since everything is brand-new."This is a great opportunity for builders to demonstrate all the advantages of new construction and illustrate the floor plans they have available for sale.
The scattered site tour will showcase homes that either are for sale or represent designs available to be built from each builder. Prices range from the $300,000s to more than $1 million, with the average price in the $500,000s.
Towns and communities on the Tour Of Homes circuit include:
Frankfort—Frankfort Meadows from Flaherty Builders, Inc.
Homer Glen—Stonebridge Woods from PDH Builders, Inc.
Lemont—Estates of Montefiori from Ascend Real Estate Group and Kettering Estates from M/I Homes of Chicago, LLC
Lockport—Creekside Estates South from A & J Construction, Oak Creek from M.C. Custom Homes Inc., Parkside Estates from Riverview Builders, Inc. and Sagebrook from M/I Homes of Chicago, LLC
Manhattan—Leighlinbridge from T.J. Cachey Builders, Inc.
New Lenox—Prairie Ridge from Brian Wille Construction
Orland Park—Charleton Highlands from Charleton Highlands Development, LLC, Deer Haven from Flaherty Builders, Inc. and Greystone Ridge and Parkside Square from Beechen & Dill Homes, Inc.
Palos Park—custom home on S. Hobart Street from D.B. DePaulo Construction
Plainfield—The Preserve from J. Michael Builders
Tinley Park—Brookside Meadow from Crana Homes, Inc. and Radcliffe Place from Gallagher & Henry
Woodridge—Farmingdale Village from Gallagher & Henry
To map a route to all 20 homes on the Tour Of Homes, visit www.SSHBATourOfHomes.com. More information on each home and builder also can be found online.
The 2017 Tour Of Homes is presented by the SSHBA, a professional organization that supports the American dream of home ownership and promotes high standards, professionalism, and service within the building industry. SSHBA builders also are members of the Home Builders Association of Illinois (HBAI) and the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB).
Source: Stevenets & Tate Marketing for SSHBA