Sunday, August 6, 2017

Upper Cumberland Parade of Homes Announcement
By Melanie Chadwell (931-528-7472)
The Upper Cumberland Parade of Homes will be August 19th and 20th in Cookeville and surrounding areas. Presented by the Home Builders Association of the Upper Cumberland, the tour will include new and remodeled houses that feature a variety of design styles and innovative building products.
The Upper Cumberland is a great place to live, and the Parade of Homes celebrates the exceptional quality, fine craftsmanship and design choices that are available here. Instead of just browsing through design magazines and watching HGTV, you can stroll through impressive homes in real neighborhoods and talk directly to builders and product suppliers to gather information for your project. You will see actual examples of shiplap, quartz countertops, outdoor fireplaces, current paint colors, unique lighting, and othertrends. It is much more fun and productive than scrolling through Pinterest.The Parade of Homes is a unique opportunity to See, Touch, and Learn. Although we all enjoy online shopping, there is no substitute for actually seeing products, and talking to professionals. Whether you plan to build your dream home or want to upgrade your current residence, you’ll find plenty of inspiration, regardless of your budget.
Admission is $10 to tour all 6 houses, and tickets will be available at each house during Parade hours, which are Saturday, August 19 from 10-5, and Sunday, August 20 from 12-5. Advance tickets are half price, only $5, and can be purchased at any First National Bank, Kitchen & Bath HomeCORR (Broad Street in Cookeville), or Wilson Bank. More information at
Builders and remodelers featured in the Parade of Homes are:

     Davidson Custom Builders – Ronnie & Denise Davidson

     Elite Construction – Eric Cherry and Tony Johnson

     Holloway & Sons Construction

     Honest Abe Log Homes – Melissa & Greg Watson

     Watermill Construction – Larry Suggs

More information about the Parade of Homes at

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