Asheville Parade of Homes entries announced

Press release

From HomeSource Builders:

Asheville, NC (October 8, 2013) – HomeSource Builders is pleased to announce its Asheville Parade of Homes Entries for 2013. The builder that won a Gold award for the 2012 parade, will enter three homes for this year’s event.

Custom home and Certified NC Green Built home located in the Crest Mountain subdivision can be viewed at 96 Destination Drive. The home is approximately 2,300 square feet and complete with views, hardwood floors, Wellborn cabinets and advanced framing techniques.

Custom Deltec home and conventionally framed tower addition will be on display in Black Mountain at 170 Walker Mountain Lane. This home is approximately 3,800 square feet and complete with 50 acres of privacy, radiant floor heat, reclaimed lumber and detached art studio.

Home remodel entry will be viewed on Beaucatcher Mountain at 30 Windswept Dive. This home is approximately 3,300 square feet and complete with geothermal heat, 360 degree views, stone countertops, and fish pond with waterfall.

The 32nd Asheville Annual Parade of Homes is put on by Asheville Home Builders Association. The dates of the event will be October 12-13 and October 19-20, 2013. The homes are available for public viewing between the hours of 12:00 Noon and 5:00 PM on the dates listed above. For the past 13 years, Home Source Builders has entered several fine homes into the Asheville Parade of Homes and is looking forward to the 2013 parade.

To pick up a free copy of the official 2013 Parade of Homes Magazine, visit HomeSource Builders at 172 Charlotte Street. For Parade of Homes Information, please visit For more information regarding Home Source Builders, please visit or discover the full service design at

About HomeSource Builders:
Custom home builder and remodeling contractor that is fully licensed and insured, providing you expertise and commitment in home construction. Featuring a full service design center and conveniently located in Asheville at 172 Charlotte Street.


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