If you toured some of the 52 homes on the first Parade of Homes back in 1991, you probably encountered a fair share of oak kitchen cabinets, brass fixtures and lots of wallpaper, too.
The Parade of Homes tour has been around for more than a quarter century, but each year it always manages to offer something new. And this year is no exception.
Josh Huneke discusses the masonry work on the Parade of Homes townhome entry in Lancaster Township like an artist who’s labored over every inch of a canvas until it looks just right:
When it comes to home design, Alden Homes is thinking outside the box — or the floor plan, so to speak.
Many of those who tour the two Parade of Homes entries by EGStoltzfus in Southern Village won’t be looking to move to the Lancaster Township neighborhood.
Greg Miller may design homes with the present and future in mind, but the key to his success is studying the past.
For history buffs, the name Betsy Ross evokes thoughts of the American flag. But at Traditions of America at Lititz, the name Betsy Ross is synonymous with great value and design.
If the timing is right, the Parade of Homes can be a perfect opportunity for a builder to showcase a custom-designed private home.
Since 1928, the name Murry has been synonymous with home construction in Lancaster County.
New homes being built in the Lafayette Place Community in Millersville include top-of-the-line features and unique floor plans. The home at 32 Chamberlain Lane, Millersville, is no exception.
Debuting a new home design doesn’t happen every day, so Lancaster Home Builders chose a special lot on which to build its first Jolie, an entry on this year’s Parade of Homes.
Home Towne Square is known for its old-fashioned charm — with its colorful palette of Arts and Crafts-style homes, complete with welcoming front porches and picket fences.