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I have routinely heard about the stress associated with buying a home in today’s market. Potential buyers are fighting multiple bids for a home that may need substantial work and have to do so in a very narrow window of time.
Welcome to the 2022 BIA Parade of Homes!
I don’t believe any real estate professional would think those are optimal market conditions for someone to make the largest purchase of their lives. This is why the Parade of Homes has stood for more than 70 years as central Ohio’s best tool for potential homebuyers.
In central Ohio, we are fortunate to have some of the country’s greatest builders, craftsmen, craftswomen and professionals working to provide homes for our community. This event is our opportunity to open the doors and show you what our industry can offer you. I sincerely hope you will take the opportunity to tour homes, appreciate the hard work that went into building each house and, just maybe, picture yourself in a new home.
While visiting each home, please consider entering our “Scan to Win” contest (details on page six of this guide). This new promotion is being sponsored by Cambria and Worley Plumbing Supply, Inc. and provides those touring homes multiple opportunities to win.
Thanks to the generous support of James Hardie Building Products, Mutual of Omaha Mortgage, Pella of Columbus and Sherwin Williams, this event is free to the public. These companies are trusted leaders in our industry, and their support reinforces the quality of the homes in the Parade.
As with last year, you will continue to see a diversity of home styles, locations and price points. Our builders continue to believe it’s important to showcase the great builders and homes that exist throughout our region. Moreover, our builders and their partners hope that homebuyers take advantage of this opportunity to learn more about the many benefits of buying a new home and how buying new can alleviate many of the common frustrations that exist for today’s homebuyers.
The Parade provides an opportunity for any resident of central Ohio to check out the latest and greatest from our region’s premier homebuilders. Attendees can look through this Parade guide to see communities, homes and builders they might be interested in. Log on to www.biaparade.com to see more pictures, and then take advantage of central Ohio’s largest new home event to view new homes in a pressure-free environment.
The winning entry receives from Worly Plumbing Supply, an American Standard Delancey® Single-Handle Pull-Down Dual Spray Function Kitchen Stainless Faucet with an American Standard Portsmouth® 30 x 18-Inch Stainless Steel Undermount 18 gauge Single-Bowl Kitchen Sink. The Package also includes an Insinkerator disposal. Worly Plumbing Supply will supply these materials only. The labor on this material or any additional plumbing supplies needed for install are not included with the winning entry.
6 2022 BIA Parade of Homes | BIAparade.com SCAN TO WIN CAMBRIA PRIZE PACKAGE! with Midwest Quartz & Worly Plumbing Supply Inc. New to the Parade this year: A unique QR code is positioned in each Parade home. Scan the QR code and fill out the online form to enter for a chance to win a Cambria Prize Package. 1 Visit a home on the BIA Parade. 2 Scan the QR code in the entry of the home. 3 Enter your name and contact info for a chance to WIN! Each QR code is unique - so the more homes you visit (and SCAN) is another entry in the contest! Whether you are building your dream home or updating your existing kitchen—Cambria, Midwest Quartz and Worley can make your dreams come true. Every home you visit, every QR code you scan, is another opportunity for a chance to WIN! No purchase necessary. Complete rules and regulations: www.CitySceneColumbus.com/contests NEW THIS YEAR GLADSTONETM
The winning package includes up to $5,000 in value of fabricated installed Cambria product to one (1) winner. The $5,000 value may be used for any one or more of the following: and installed square footage, linear footage backsplash and up to one (1) polished sink cut out and sink mounting. Sink and faucet be provided by Worly Plumbing see additional rules for details. The winning package does not include removal of old countertops. Installation must be complete on or before September 30, 2023. The winning package is non-transferable, and must be procured from Midwest Quartz in Hilliard, OH . Cambria reserves the right to substitute any prize (or portions thereof) of equal or greater value if any of the prizes (or portions thereof) cannot be awarded as described. The awarding of any prize is contingent upon full compliance with these official rules.
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ince 1943, the BIA Parade of Homes has showcased new homes across central Ohio. Now the largest showcase of new homes in the region, this year’s Parade features 46 homes by 18 different builders, spread across 20 Thecommunities.2022Parade of Homes includes new builds, a featured community and several dream houses. The new builds showcase state-of-theart homes across a range of price points; the featured community showcases a life within the comforts of a walkable, connected community; and the dream homes spark the imagination of all that a home can be. Additionally, homes span a range of prices, sizes and styles that a potential buyer might consider. To accommodate the number of homes and the large geographic radius, the Parade is divided into four quadrants: northwest, northeast, southwest and southeast. This guide highlights every home in each quadrant, as well as tips for how to make the most of your Parade experience. The listings begin on page 26. Map out your plans, explore the area and build your dream!
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eulah Park was a major part of the Grove City community for more than 90 years prior to its 2014 closure. So when developer Pat Kelley began working on plans to transform the onetime racetrack into a new neighborhood, he felt it crucial to ensure it would still be a major part of the community.
Today, with more and more parts of the neighborhood opening up and even more on the horizon, Beulah Park is an ever-growing component of Grove City’s community fabric. The neighborhood features single-family homes, ranch homes, apartments, townhomes and senior living options, as well as a long list of amenities including a central park, clubhouse, school, medical office and forthcoming retail space – all in addition to new connections to Grove City Town Center. It was made possible by a close relationship between the developer and city leaders, and the support of community organizations such as the Grove City Area Chamber of Commerce, Visit Grove City and Heart of Grove City.
Beulah Park is the Featured Development in the 2022 BIA Parade of Homes.
The neighborhood is designed in the New Urbanism style, which places emphasis on walkability, diversity of living options and proximity to community amenities. Not only does Beulah Park have all that, Kelley says, it also benefits – thanks to an extension of Park Street – from its connections to the Town Center, into which Grove City has put an enormous amount of effort in recent years. And through those connections, the neighborhood is also forging connections to the city’s older
Natural features promote walkability in the community .
“It has a different look and feel to it, but it still has that idea of a gathering place for all and a source of pride for the Grove City community,” says Beulah Park Director Sarah Backiewicz.
In its past life, Beulah Park was a thoroughbred racetrack – Ohio’s first when it opened its doors in 1923 – and event venue, hosting concerts and festivals in addition to racing.
The bulk of Beulah Park will be available to view during the Parade. Its varied divisions, designed to appeal to every demographic, include: A Horse of a DifferentColor BY BISHOP
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Walkability, community connections and unique history help make Beulah Park stand out Photos courtesy of Craig W. Murdick, Architect Ltd. and Beulah Park Living
“Beulahneighborhoods.Parkhas provided this eastwest, north-south connector that’s not just connecting Beulah Park to the Town Center, but to the surrounding communities,” Backiewicz says.
Grove City is not a community of separate territories,” says Grove City Mayor Richard L. “Ike” Stage. “I like to think of it as one big close-knit neighborhood; and like all new developments in Grove City, I look forward to getting to know our new neighbors.
It wasn’t long after the closure of Beulah Park that plans for the community were formulated. In the approximately two years since building began, $26 million worth of infrastructure – including the park and above-mentioned amenities, as well as road extensions to connect the neighborhood to the city at large – has been completed.
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The Strand at Beulah, luxury built by Townsend clubhouse offers open spaces to host and
The Paddock at Beulah Park, custom homes
family A new build by Iulianelli Homes .
The Grove at Beulah Park, singlefamily homes designed by Pulte Homes
The Courtyards at Beulah Park, luxury ranch homes developed by Epcon of Grove City, a senior living facility with villas as well as studio, and two-bedroom
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Beulah Park’s past is on display as well, with multiple tributes to the racetrack and community destination that once was. Of these, the most prominent is And They’re Off, a sculpture designed to evoke the gate at the opening of a race. Created by architect and artist Craig Murdick, the sculpture – made with 12,000 pounds of steel – was installed in September 2021.
“You won’t find anything (else) like it,” says Kelley. “It’s very unique, and people hopefully will stop to visit that and check out the historical markers there as well.”
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“It was always envisioned as a gathering place not just for Beulah Park, but the entire Grove City community,” Kelley says.
All the amenities of Beulah Park are meant to be within a 15-minute walk for residents, starting with the neighborhood park.
And They’re Off, a sculpture by architect and artist Craig Murdick .
Phase 1 – including grading, grass, trees, paths, entrance features and more – is completed, with a playground, shelter house and pickleball court scheduled for phase 2 and an amphitheater envisioned for phase 3. All lots facing the Park at Beulah are on single-load streets, so no homes block the view of it, and all of the Paddock homes facing it have front porches with rear alley access.
The future of Beulah Park includes the Shops at Beulah, an approximately 50,000-square-foot retail space. Kelley anticipates neighborhood-friendly businesses such as a hair salon and real estate office, in addition to restaurants and boutiques.
Over the course of the Parade, the neighborhood will be home to a variety of programming, including live music and horse rides. There will also be connectivity between the Parade and Grove City’s annual Arts in the Alley, which takes place Sept. 16-18 in the Town Center.
The Park at Beulah, a 32-acre park central to Beulah Park, was devised to serve as the heart of the community, Kelley says.
“It’s meant to complement what’s in the Town Center,” he says. “We purposely made it small-scale because we didn’t want it to overtake the … landscape. We want it to fit in and be part of the walkability of the community.”
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hough Old World Homes’ Dream Home is filled with areas dedicated to entertainment, it’s the spaces dedicated to work – office work, kids’ homework, meal preparation –that help distinguish it from other builds. Located in Galena’s Maple Glen estate community, the house is Old World’s first contribution to the BIA Parade of Homes in central Ohio, though the company has been part of several parades in and around its North Canton base of operations. It only expanded into central Ohio this past year.
Dream HOME Grand Opening Dream Home puts spotlight on living areas with impressive views BY GARTH BISHOP Photos courtesy of Miles Austin The home’s open dining room/hallway allows for flow within the space 5425 Maple Glen Dr., Galena, OH 43021
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A back kitchen, with an extra sink and dishwasher, is included to add preparation space and make it easier for people to gather in the main kitchen. That room is also built to accommodate pets. “Pets are a huge part of most families’ lives, so (the room has) dedicated space for storage of their food (and) their bowls,” Small says. “It’s a really great area to house all those extra, messy functions that families need on a daily basis.”
“You don’t have to marry yourself to that modern aesthetic or that farmhouse aesthetic,” Small says.
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Old World used a combination of rustic and refined styles to create the “ultimate family home,” says April Small, lead architectural designer for the company’s central Ohio office.
A lounge space just a step down from the entrance is designed for entertaining, but it’s flexible enough to be easily transformed to fit the needs of the homeowners. It leads into the rest of the open first floor, which is framed by multiple archways fitted with custom drywall. The first floor is anchored by a centralized open kitchen that connects to the great room and dining room. Highlights of the kitchen space include custom cabinets, a rustic ceiling with stained wooden beams and a fully functional, custom-built wood island topped with Cambria Blackwood quartz. The great room is entirely visible from the kitchen island, framed by one of the “Thatarches.view from the kitchen island facing back, to me, is just unbelievable,” says Kevin English, general manager for Old World’s central Ohio office. “That’s my favorite part of the house.”
Also not far from the entrance is what English calls the “Zoom room,” a dedicated office space ideal for taking calls and virtual meetings, with a 7-by7 foot Crystalia glass interior window looking out on the rest of the home.
The home’s back kitchen provides a more secluded space for meal prep
Open Space Open concept plans with lots of living space are an old hat to Old World, but in its Dream Home, the company made efforts to clearly define distinct areas to serve different functions within the house.
A custom wood island topped with Cambria Blackwood quartz anchors the open kitchen
The lounge, which is a step down from the entrance, is easily transformed flex space
The 4,400-square-foot house, with five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, is valued at $1.5 million.
• A wraparound covered porch and an uncovered raised deck
The “Zoom” room .
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• A finished space in the lower level, with low-maintenance polished concrete floors, containing a pub and media room
• A clean-lined fireplace surround with custom millwork in the great room
the living area.
“The kids can be in there, you can see them, but neither one of you can hear each other enough to be dis tracting,” English says. And connecting many of the home’s distinct spaces is a custom white oak stairway, complete with fromstudysecondthethatwrought-ironcustom-fabricatedrailings,stretchesfromlowerleveltothefloor.Liketheroom,it’svisiblethekitchen through an interior window.
• A mix of natural slate and engineered hardwood flooring, with the different styles taking advantage of different levels of natural light
Other highlights of the home include:
The kids’ study room, situated centrally in the home
Emphasis on Visibility Seeking to create a workspace for children as well, Old World incorporated a kids’ study room, with a 12-foot table and convenient outlets for devices, into the design. A window makes the study room visible from the kitchen – just in case the kids need the occasional reminder that they’re supposed to be working – but not audible.
It’s private enough do but still to rest of
“It’s very dramatic … if you’re looking from the bottom up or the top down,” English Thoughsays.the home is engineered to allow connections between rooms, the owner’s retreat is consciously separate. That space is home to a vaulted ceiling with wooden beams; a coffee bar; a walk-in closet with plenty of storage space; high transom windows for natural light; and an open bathroom with floating vanities, a floating soaking tub and a walk-in shower with two shower heads and four sprayers.
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arade homes are always loaded with standout features, and 3 Pillar Homes’ Dream Home is no exception. But it’s the carefully planned sight lines that make those standout features, well, stand out.
5565 Evans Farm Dr., Lewis Center, OH 43035
Designing a house there is a wholly different experience for the architect. So it helps that 3 Pillar Director of Design and Architecture Adam Rainwater, who designed the house, is an Evans Farm resident himself.
Evans Farm is designed in the New Urbanism style, which means the neighborhood is big on walkability, accessibility of public spaces, diversity of living options and proximity to community amenities. Garages front on alleys, minimizing traffic on main streets and encouraging resident interaction.
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Long sight lines showcase 3 Pillar house’s expansive living area and backyard entertainment zone
Drawing the Line
3 Pillar has three entries in this year’s BIA Parade of Homes, but it’s the one in Evans Farm that’s really the showpiece. The 3,674-square-foot home has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms.
“Evans Farm is really big into front porch living … but this house actually has some pretty special backyard living as well,” Rainwater says. The garage is offset to accommodate extra space for entertaining in the backyard, and it has doors that open up to add even more space for entertainment. The backyard’s highlights include a covered porch and a 30-footwide pool with a tanning ledge, constructed so the centers of the porch and pool are aligned. Additional yard space beyond that allows for cascading layers of space all the way to the alley, Rainwater says: covered porch, porch, pool, yard.
There’s a straight line of sight through the home’s front double doors to the rear double doors, which lead right to the covered porch and the pool beyond. “It creates an instant connection from the inside of the house to the backyard entertainment space,” Rainwater says.
“The fridge is still very accessible, but the kitchen itself was designed to keep that line of sight in the axis,” Rainwater says. “The range is in the middle, flanked by cabinets.”
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The back wall of the kitchen has marble tile running from the countertop to the
The front of the house, designed in a traditional American four-square style, features multiple sets of French doors on the front porch to make the house look even more inviting. Different materials – including brick under the porch, lap siding above it, large overhangs with elaborate trim work and shutters for texture – add character to the front elevation.
Open sight lines and great views are an important part of the interior as well. Just through the foyer, which is flanked by a study and a guest suite, are the kitchen, great room and morning room – all in a long line, with stained beams running along the ceiling to break up the space.
“While you’re in the main space, it’s wide open from one side to the other,” says TheRainwater.kitchen is arranged so the refrigerator is tucked into its own area, ensuring it doesn’t need to take up any of the cabinet space and keeping it out of sight from the main living space.
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The bathroom features a large walk-in shower, symmetrical vanities and a make-up vanity, while the closet opposite the bathroom is outfitted with built-in closet trim.
An open staircase directly off the main living space
A large private master suite and two additional bedrooms upstairs Trim panels on the walls to add visual interest to every space
Because it’s directly above the main living area, which has a higher ceiling, the master suite is a step up from the rest of the second floor.
A secondary pocket office near the mudroom to complement the main office and offer a second space for remote work
White paint to bring light to most spaces, with the exceptions of iron ore in the study and charcoal in the powder room
“When you walk into the space, it opens up and feels very wide, even though it’s a bunch of smaller spaces in one,” Rainwater says.
The master suite offers another set of impressive sight lines, with the bathroom, bedroom and closet all in a row.
ceiling, with large towering cabinets on either side. Windows frame the large 48-inch range. The kitchen island has cabinets of its own, as well as two dishwashers. A small bar off to the side is easily accessible from both the backyard and the main living space.
Off the kitchen is a supplementary kitchen area with another refrigerator, microwave and dedicated wine area.
Other highlights of the house include:
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22 2022 BIA Parade of Homes | BIAparade.com Dream HOME BY GARTH BISHOP Photos courtesy of Prestige Pro OutsidePhoto In Super-sized screened porch connects outdoors to alfresco bar in Bob Webb Dream Home 11339 Winterberry Dr., Plain City, OH 43064
“It’s a really cool setup and its own little private area,” says Belli. No Bob Webb home would be complete without the messy kitchen, and the Dream Home’s messy kitchen is the biggest one the company has built since it started incorporating them in 2016. It’s highlighted by Cambria countertops and an entire wall of doorless base cabinets that roll Elsewhereout.on the first floor is the clubroom, which is intended to be a more casual version of a study. The ceiling has beam detail in an X shape, with wood slatted trim on the ceiling between the that it had to be divided into different sections. The stairs open directly into a wine bar, which is completely encased in glass, with tables and a considerable amount of space for bottles. This area also hosts a huge TV and speakers with surround sound.
“Across from the bar are four TVs that are wired together,” says Bob Webb Marketing Coordinator Lindsay Barhorst. “It’s one image, or you can separate it and have two different channels on two TVs (each).”
Western bifold windows make the indoor section weatherproof during cold conditions, and the outdoor section is loaded with features for when the weather cooperates, including a fireplace and TV, as well as a beadboard ceiling. When the windows are open and out of the way, they leave room for a passthrough and four barstools.
Also expected to grab Parade visitors’ attention is the lower level, where the bar and entertainment area is so massive of highlighted cabinets – also lit – are for the premium bottles. A built-in TV and mini bourbon barrels are on the back wall with the cabinets.
The home offers seamless flow between spaces and plenty of natural light .
The bourbon room offers another space to entertain
T he minds at Bob Webb Homes know there’s more to luxury home design than mere square footage. So when they built their biggest-ever screened porch for their Dream Home in Eversole Run, they made sure its size was just one of many Weighinghighlights.inatanimpressive 6,356square-feet, the six-bedroom, five-anda-half-bathroom house is one in a long line of ambitious projects for Bob Webb in Jerome Village. Bob Webb homes have been staples of the development, of which Eversole Run is part, since its early days as the site of the 2013 BIA Parade of Homes. Outdoor living has only become more important to homeowners over those nine years, says Brandon Belli, chief operations officer for Bob Webb. So while bringing the outdoors in was a key component of the company’s 2013 Parade home, this year, Bob Webb went even farther, incorporating an alfresco bar that extends from the dinette into the screened-in porch.
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Just off the main bar area is a concept Bob Webb has been incorporating more into its custom houses: a bourbon room. It contains a standing island as well as leather chairs with a table in the middle for relaxation. Lit glass shelves are designed to hold bottles, and a handful
Other highlights of the home include:
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A second-floor nanny suite with a hidden door and floating desk 12-foot ceilings in the kitchen and great room
“The ceiling detail in there might be the best ceiling detail in the entire house,” Belli says.
“Even though the rooms are open – they’re not separated by walls –you can stand and look at three different ceiling details” to tell them apart, he says.
The house was built to be a show home, so Bob Webb has included feature walls in almost every room, accenting them with brick, trim or paint. Every room has a different set of ceiling details, too, which is especially helpful given the open floor plan, Belli says.
A first-floor in-law suite with built-in Murphy bed
Nowhere is the ceiling more of a standout than in the master suite.
Xes. Brick walls, club chairs, two-tone and custom glass barn doors leading in fill out the rest of the
The master bath contains a black freestanding tub atop a blackand-white diamond-shaped tile floor. A bench with glass above and below it leads into the zero-entry shower with dual shower heads. Also in the master suite are his and hers closets with full-height mirrored doors, and the latter leads directly into the second-floor laundry room.
A multipurpose gaming and study room
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27BIAparade.com | 2022 BIA Parade of Homes ALBANYNEW 7 62 WESTERVILLE161MORSERD 2 GALENA 1 DREAM HOME Old World Custom Homes 5425 Maple Glen Dr., Galena, OH 43021/Single Family GRANVILLE 2 D .R . Horton - Ellington Village 107 Mannaseh Dr. W., Granville, OH 43023/Single Family LEWIS CENTER 3 DREAM HOME 3 Pillar Homes - Evans Farm 5565 Evans Farm Dr., Lewis Center, OH 43035/Single Family 4 3 Pillar Homes - Evans Farm 5723 Piatt Rd., Lewis Center, OH 43035/Single Family 5 Bob Webb Homes - The Nook At Evans Farm 5584 Butternut Dr., Lewis Center, OH 43035/Single Family 6 Manor Homes - The Enclave at Abbey Knoll 2283 Jaxton Ct., Lewis Center, OH 43035/Single Family NEW ALBANY 7 Pulte Homes - Nottingham Trace 7715 Nottingham Blvd., New Albany, OH 43054/Single Family SUNBURY 8 America’s Home Place 6918 E. State Route 37, Sunbury, OH 43074/Single Family 9 America’s Home Place 6919 E. State Route 37, Sunbury, OH 43074/Single Family 0 Diyanni Homes - Bent Tree Country Club 205 Bent Tree Rd., Sunbury, OH 43074/Single Family a Fischer Homes - Goldwell at Northstar 1083 Goldwell Dr., Sunbury, OH 43074/Single Family b M/I Homes - Northlake Preserve 500 Cormorant Dr., Sunbury, OH 43074/Single Family c Schottenstein Homes - Cottages at Northlake 6866 Ringbill Lp., Sunbury, OH 43074/Single Family WESTERVILLE d M/I Homes - Hoover Farms 5854 Cosley Ridge Dr., Westerville, OH 43081/Single Family GRANVILLE a 0 d AFFORDABLE CUSTOM HOMES BUILT ON YOUR LAND MYAMERICANHERITAGEHOME.COM Designing & Building Custom Homes from Delaware to Pickaway and Everywhere in Between!
Single Family, 4,394 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
The Alissa is located in the desired Evans Farms neighborhood! This dream home is an entertainer’s dream featuring a gorgeous pool and covered porch in the backyard. The open 11-foot main floor living area offers incredible views to the outside. The kitchen is a showcase piece, with a separate utility area for the fridge. For guests that want to linger, the home offers a convenient main floor guest suite. The owners will enjoy two areas for work space on the main level. The upstairs owner’s suite has 10-foot tray ceilings and a spectacular bathroom with a freestanding tub, large shower and two walk-in closets. The large lower level rec room gives this home yet another area to enjoy.
D.R. Horton, America’s Builder, presents the Pendleton plan. This two-story, open concept home provides 4 large bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The main level living area offers solid surface flooring throughout for easy maintenance. The main level also offers a flex space that could be used as an office. The kitchen features beautiful cabinetry, a large pantry and a built-in island with ample seating space. Upstairs, you’ll find an oversized bedroom, which features a deluxe bath and a walk-in closet with lots of storage. In addition, upstairs, you’ll also find 3 bedrooms and a convenient laundry room.
Single Family, 3,674 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
3 3 Pillar Homes Evans Farm 5565 Evans Farm Dr., Lewis Center, OH 43035 www.3pillar.com
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Our Columbus Model Home is designed to be the Ultimate Family Home. The Old World Design team envisioned the modern family home being a modification of the open concept plans that have become so popular over the past decade. This home maintains the open flow and site lines between spaces that people love about the open concept plans; however, it has multiple intimate spaces that can flex as work, school or entertainment spaces. The layout is distinctive and the mix of Modern and Old World finishes make this home a must see!
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Old World Custom Homes 5425 Maple Glen Dr., Galena, OH 43021
Single Family, 2,155 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
4 3 Pillar Homes Evans Farm 5723 Piatt Rd., Lewis Center, OH 43035 www.3pillar.com HOME
Single Family, 2,812 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
Come tour the sought after Henry plan located in desired Evans Farm with front porch living. The Henry, boasting more than 2,800-square-feet features a wrap around front porch and gorgeous brick exterior. This home has a beautiful open-concept main level with 10-foot ceilings, ample windows throughout providing natural light, an oversized island in the kitchen and a walk-in pantry. The second-floor owner’s suite provides an oversized tiled walk-in shower. The Henry plan also includes second floor laundry for convenience. Huge lower level finish with a recreation room and additional bedroom and bathroom. Enjoy the additional covered porch off of the kitchen.
2 D . R . EllingtonHortonVillage 107 Mannaseh Dr. W, Granville, OH 43023 www.drhorton.com
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Single Family, 2,975 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
The Nook At Evans Farm 5584 Butternut Dr., Lewis Center, OH 43035 www.bobwebb.com
8 America’s Home Place 6918 E. State Route 37, Sunbury, OH 43074 www.AmericasHomePlace.com
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Single Family, 2,787 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Welcome to the Willowwood II in The Enclave at Abbey Knoll. This open, two-story floorplan meets the needs of families for years to come with more than 2,787 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 3 baths and a storage extension on the two-car garage. Step into the two-story foyer from the covered front porch, and be greeted by a modern home office with decorative trim work. The spacious island kitchen with white subway tile and white quartz countertops is contrasted with black stainless Samsung appliances and two-tone cabinets. The kitchen and dining area open into the great room perfect for entertaining. Energy Star Certified.
7715 Nottingham Blvd., New Albany, OH 43054 www.pulte.com
The Martin Ray gives couples and small families what they’re looking for in single-story living – with the added benefit of an optional second story. Entertaining is made easy, with a seamlessly connected cook’s kitchen, dining area and gathering room. A flex room provides space for a den, office or even an extra bedroom. Count everyday storage as another strength, with a huge pantry and an extra garage bay that’s big enough for a golf cart.
Located in The Nook at Evans Farm, Bob Webb’s newest Simplified Living home has a private covered patio and wrap around front porch. The open kitchen & Messy Kitchen is perfect for entertaining, with trim details throughout. The owner’s retreat has a walk-in closet and bathroom with a zero-entry shower. Upstairs there is a guest suite and next level storage room, accessible by the full size staircase. The community offer’s new Urban Living with walkability to favorite local businesses.
Manor Homes The Enclave at Abbey Knoll 2283 Jaxton Ct., Lewis Center, OH 43035 www.manorhomes.biz
Single Family, 2,453 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
This beautiful 4 bedroom ranch style home would be perfect in any location. This plan offers a flex room that can be used as an office or study. The spacious great room has an option for a cozy fireplace that would be perfect for gatherings. The large formal dining room with columns and separate breakfast area will provide multiple places to dine together with friends and family. The double garage offers an extra storage area for your lawn equipment or a workshop.
Single Family, 2,745 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
9 America’s Home Place 6919 E. State Route 37, Sunbury, OH 43074
10 Diyanni Homes Bent Tree Country Club 205 Bent Tree Rd., Sunbury, OH 43074 www.diyannihomes.com
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The first floor also features a master bedroom and a beautiful kitchen with an L-shaped island, elegant fixtures and tons of room for storage - great for hosting. In total, the house boasts 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and more than 3,400 sq. ft.. The Oakside, one of our premier models, is the perfect blend of elegance and comfort.
11 Fischer Homes Goldwell at Northstar 1083 Goldwell Dr., Sunbury, OH 43074 www.fischerhomes.com
Single Family, 2,025 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms This beautiful ranch style rambler will provide many of the features your family desires. A welcoming covered porch that leads to an open floor plan with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. The spacious great room has a 10-foot ceiling that adds to the open feel that would be perfect for family gatherings. The master suite features his and her walk-in closets, dual vanity, a garden tub and separate shower. The spacious living areas are sure to make this home irresistible.
Upon walking in, you have a nice home office and a large living room with vaulted ceilings and plenty of windows.
The Oakside is a modern, two-story home that features open concepts and tons of natural light, all while still feeling cozy.
Single Family, 2,428 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
500 Cormorant Dr., Sunbury, OH 43074 www.mihomes.com
Single Family, 4,305 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
12 M/I NorthlakeHomesPreserve
Welcome to the Madison model home, located in Northlake Preserve in Sunbury and the Olentangy School District. This gorgeous two-story home includes 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2,428-square-feet, and sits on a third of an acre homesite. As you pull up to the home, notice the farmhouse-inspired exterior complete with a full front porch, decorative columns, batten board siding and stone accents. The stunning dusk blue siding is accentuated with gray limestone and white trim.
You’ll love the split bedroom design of this functional, lowmaintenance patio home, The Maxwell. The owner’s suite is located towards the back of the home offering a private bath complete with soaking tub or optional deluxe shower and walk-in closet. Located at the front of the home you will find a study and second bathroom. The main living space boasts a large seating island and is open to a generous family room and morning room. Enjoy your morning coffee on your included covered patio that has entry from both the morning room and owner’s suite.
Single Family, 3,412 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
Single Family, 2,773 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
The oversized cook’s kitchen has a spacious island, dining area, and grilling porch. The owner’s suite has a private water closet, sizeable walk-in shower and walk-in closet. The second floor is completed with a third bedroom, full bath and spacious loft with sizeable storage. Various options are available such as a basement, second floor, high ceilings, office/den or third bedroom on the first floor. Homes Cottages at Northlake 6866 Ringbill Lp., Sunbury, OH
Welcome to our Granville model home, located in the Westerville community of Hoover Farms. This two-story home includes 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, an open floorplan concept, and 2,773-square-feet. Take in the beauty of the exterior of this model home, which features a stone-gray exterior, stone accents, full front porch with decorative columns and vertical siding.
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14 M/I HooverHomesFarms 5854 Cosley Ridge Dr., Westerville, OH 43081
This freestanding 2 bed, 2 bath ranch condo offers simplified living at its finest. An oversized covered porch with options to be screened or a 3-season room. Flex space in the front of the home!
Single Family, 1,729 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
32 2022 BIA Parade of Homes | BIAparade.com NW 5 23 71 270 PLAIN CITY DUBLIN 315 1 2 3 4 7 8 6 161 33 42 DELAWAREPOWELL 36 37 a j 36 9 RIVERSIDE DR . k 0 Shopping Dining Entertainment Seasonal Events There is always something Special going on! Historic Dublin To Discover what comes next like us at Facebook.com/HistoricDublin Where Yesterday meets Tomorrow
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33BIAparade.com | 2022 BIA Parade of Homes When You Go! Check out Downtown Dublin, home to innovative architecture, top-notch entertainment and new restaurants. Historic Dublin is connected to Bridge Park via the iconic Dublin Link bridge over the Scioto River, which offers breathtaking views at any hour of the day. Pro Tip – Visit www.visitdublinohio.com to read about the Celtic Cocktail Trail. DELAWARE 1 Bob Webb Homes - Liberty Bluff 1608 Liberty Bluff Dr., Delaware, OH 43015/Single Family 2 D .R . Horton - Springer Woods 119 Bevan Way, Delaware, OH 43015/Single Family 3 D .R . Horton - Piatt Preserve West 2775 Aldengate Ln., Delaware, OH 43015/Single Family 4 Epcon Communities - The Courtyards at Clear Creek 156 Daymark Dr., Delaware, OH 43015/Single Family 5 Epcon Communities - The Courtyards at River Bluff 6660 Trinity Mist Way, Delaware, OH 43015/Condo 6 Maronda Homes - Ravines Of Olentangy 206 Roachdale Run, Delaware, OH 43015/Single Family 7 Schottenstein Homes - Cottages at Hyatts 6241 Scioto Chase Blvd., Delaware, OH 43065/Single Family DUBLIN 8 Epcon Communities - The Courtyards on Riverside 3352 Courtyard Landing Dr., Dublin, OH 43017/Single Family 9 Trinity Homes - Lakeside at Avondale 5232 Estuary Ln., Dublin, OH 43016/Condo 0 Corinthian Fine Homes - Hamlet on Jerome 6719 Hamlet Ct., Dublin, OH 43016/Single Family PLAIN CITY a 3 Pillar Homes - Jerome Village - Eversole Run 11451 Winterberry Dr., Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family b DREAM HOME Bob Webb Homes - Eversole Run 11339 Winterberry Dr., Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family c Collective House - Glacier Pointe 8792 Eliot Dr., Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family d D .R . Horton - Madison Meadows 411 Madison Way, Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family e Epcon Communities - The Courtyards on Hyland Run 10305 Tipperary Dr., Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family f Epcon Communities - The Courtyards on Hyland Run 10189 Hyland Run, Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family g
Manor Homes - Ash Grove community at Jerome Village 10594 Ash Grove Ct., Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family Homes - Pioneer Crossing 9569 Coach Line Ave., Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family Homes - Jerome Village 8768 Apricot Way, Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family
Virginia Homes - Jerome Village 10625 Ash Grove Ct., Plain City, OH 43064/Single Family Communities - The Courtyards on Hyatts 3218 Korg St., Powell, OH 43065/Condo where you live • manorhomes.biz Open at Ash Grove in Jerome Village Ash Grove Court, Plain City, 43064 The Enclave at Abbey Knoll Center
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Single Family, 2,598 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
The Portico Bonus Suite model offers the convenience of single-level living, abundant natural light, and easy access to the private, garden courtyard featuring a paver patio, pet turf, plant walls and a pergola. With 2 bedrooms and a den on the first floor, plus a third bedroom and full bath upstairs in the optional bonus suite, you’ll have plenty of space for family or friends. The spacious kitchen offers quartz countertops, stainless cafe appliances and a large center island. The first-floor owner’s suite features a walk-in closet and an optional sitting room with access to the outdoor courtyard.
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D.R. Horton, America’s Builder, presents the Holcombe plan. This two-story, open concept home provides 4 large bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The main level living area offers ceilings and solid surface flooring throughout for easy maintenance. The home features a turnback staircase situated away from the foyer for convenience and privacy, as well as a wonderful study. The kitchen offers beautiful cabinetry, granite countertops, a large pantry and a built-in island. Upstairs, you’ll find an oversized bedroom with a large bathroom with ample storage in the walk-in closet. In addition, the upstairs offers 3 bedrooms and a convenient laundry room.
4 Epcon Communities The Courtyards at Clear Creek 156 Daymark Dr., Delaware, OH www.TheCourtyardsatClearCreek.com43015
1 Bob Webb Liberty Bluff 1608 Liberty Bluff Dr., Delaware, OH 43015 www.bobwebb.com
2 D . R . SpringerHortonWoods 119 Bevan Way, Delaware, OH 43015 www.drhorton.com
The model at Liberty Bluff features a stunning gourmet kitchen and casual dining area with tons of natural light. The open-concept floor plan is great for entertaining. Soak in the unbeatable views of the Olentangy Valley from the oversized screened porch. The great room features a fireplace with custom built-ins. The lower level has a huge recreation room, wine room and full bar. The second-story owner’s retreat is an oasis of peace, with a spacious walk-in closet and bathroom. There are also three additional bedrooms, a built-in study and laundry room located off of the owner’s retreat closets.
Single Family, 2,356 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
Single Family, 3,485 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
Single Family, 5,419 sq. ft., 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms
With more than 3,400 square-feet, the Denali floor plan is our largest two-story design. The garage entry has an extensive mudroom with space to store all of your shoes, bags and gear. The spacious kitchen has a large central island with space for barstools, as well as a large walk-in pantry. Entering from the front porch will lead you to the majestic foyer with a sweeping staircase. This staircase will lead you to the spacious second floor with 3 full bathrooms. The laundry room is conveniently located on the same floor as all the bedrooms.
3 D . R . Horton Piatt Preserve West 2775 Aldengate Ln., Delaware, OH 43015 www.drhorton.com
Single Family, 2,313 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Welcome to the York! This freestanding 2 bed 2 bath ranch condo offers simplified living at its finest. Welcome your guests through the spacious foyer and into the innovative open home design. Enter the spacious great room and warm up your space for gatherings by adding a fireplace. The oversized cook’s kitchen is perfect for entertaining, with a grand island and breakfast nook leading to the oversized rear covered patio. The owners suite is located at the back of the home complete with a private water closet, sizeable walk-in shower, and walk in closet. Various options are available such as a basement, second floor, high ceilings, office/den, or third bedroom on the first floor will allow you to utilize this home to your specific needs.
The Promenade III Bonus Suite model is an open, light-filled floorplan featuring 2 bedrooms on the first floor, a den, an optional upstairs bonus suite complete with a third bedroom and bath, and a private outdoor courtyard with a paver patio, pet turf, plant walls and a pergola. The spacious kitchen features a large center island, quartz countertops, a Farmhouse sink and GE stainless steel appliances. The owner’s suite offers an optional sitting room with access to the outdoor courtyard and a walk-in closet. Other highlights include sliding barn doors leading into the den and a first-floor laundry room.
8 Epcon Communities The Courtyards on Riverside 3352 Courtyard Landing Dr., Dublin, OH 43017 www.TheCourtyardsonRiverside.com
Welcome to the Portico model, a luxury ranch home offering the convenience of single-level living with 2 bedrooms, a den and a private, garden courtyard featuring an optional paver patio, fountain, pet turf, plant walls, pergola and beautiful landscaping throughout.
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The Courtyards at River Bluff 6660 Trinity Mist Way, Delaware, OH
Condo, 1,893 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Single Family, 2,931 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
6 Maronda Homes Ravines Of Olentangy 206 Roachdale Run, Delaware, OH 43015 www.marondahomes.com
7 Schottenstein Homes Cottages at Hyatts 6241 Scioto Chase Blvd., Delaware, OH 43065
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The spacious kitchen includes a large center island offering views to the living and dining room, and features quartz counter tops, a Farmhouse sink and stainless-steel appliances. The first-floor owner’s suite features a walk-in closet, and an optional sitting room with sliding barn doors with access to the outdoor courtyard. Other highlights include a fireplace with tile surround and a floating beam mantle with bookcases on either side.
The Sanibel by Maronda Homes is the perfect home for a fast pace lifestyle where you need a little relaxation time as well. The home features 3 spacious bedrooms and the owner’s suite offers a spa in your home. The open concept lets you discover the space for any purpose you have or function you’re holding. The home will feature some great flex space that you can be creative with or use for a growing family. The Sanibel is a true flexible functional house for all.
Single Family, 1,706 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
12 Bob EversoleWebbRun 11339 Winterberry Dr., Plain City, OH 43064 www.bobwebb.com DREAM HOME
This Show Home features an in-law suite, club room, our largest Messy Kitchen built to date, covered porch and Herringbone brick floor details throughout. The gourmet kitchen, great room and casual dining all offer a welcoming space for entertaining and spending time with family. The alfresco window bar opens to the oversized screened porch, truly bringing the outdoors inside. In the lower level, there’s a bourbon room, wine room and recreation room with full wall screens offering multiple viewing options. The lush owner’s retreat has an unforgettable spa-like bathroom and two walk-in closets.
Single Family, 4,888 sq. ft., 5 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms
9 Trinity Homes Lakeside at Avondale 5232 Estuary Ln., Dublin, OH www.trinity-homes.com43016
Condo, 2,114 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
Come tour this memorable home! The oversized front porch draws you in on this southern charm home design. The showstopping main level features an elegant light color palette and large open living space. The gourmet kitchen offers cabinet panels over the built-in appliances and a custom wood hood centered in the space. Enjoy the prep kitchen area and custom cabinetry, as well as a floor to ceiling wine fridge. The grand staircase leads to an impressive owner’s suite with a soup-bowl style tub, large walk-in shower and huge closet. Don’t miss the finished basement, modern-style bar and large rec room.
The North Brookshire is well-loved for its design flexibility, luxury standards and excellent location in the Dublin Muirfield area. There are several options to make this floor plan your own including an expansive chef’s kitchen, first-floor owners suite, walk-in spa shower, private den and much more. Take control of your lifestyle at The Hamlet On Jerome with a dynamic custom home like no other. 10 Corinthian Fine Homes Hamlet on Jerome 6719 Hamlet Ct., Dublin, OH www.corinthianfinehomes.com43016
11 3 JeromePillarVillage - Eversole Run 11451 Winterberry Dr., Plain City, OH 43064 www.3pillar.com
This beautiful two-story home has 3 bedrooms, including a highly sought after first floor master suite. With 2.5 baths, more than 2,114-square-feet of living space, a basement and a two-car garage, the Cortez offers the space you need within a cozy footprint. With a flexible design, this home can be customized to meet your family’s unique needs.
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Single Family, 3,653 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
Single Family, 6,356 sq. ft., 6 bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms
D.R. Horton presents the Bellamy plan. This open concept, two-story home features 4 large bedrooms and 2.5 baths. The main level living area offers solid surface flooring throughout for easy maintenance. The home features a turnback staircase situated away from the foyer for convenience and privacy, as well as a wonderful study that can be used as an office space. The kitchen offers beautiful cabinetry, a large pantry and a built-in island with ample seating space. The oversized, upstairs bedroom is the star of the home, featuring an en suite bathroom with ample storage in the walk-in closet. R . 411 Madison Way, Plain City, OH 43064
www.drhorton.com Room Additions • Whole House • Gourmet Kitchens • Luxurious Baths • Master Suites • Basements • Wine Cellars 614.666.6570 • JSBrownC ompany.com
Centrally located in Jerome Township, Glacier Pointe is near the hustle and bustle of Bridge Park, while still being walking distance to the serenity of Glacier Ridge Metro Park. This community has unique amenities with a private clubhouse, fitness center, and swimming pool. We offer patio style homes with four spacious floorplans, high end finishes and luxury upgrades. House Glacier Pointe 8792 Eliot Dr., Plain City, OH
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Single Family, 2,770 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
Single Family, 2,053 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
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Single Family, 2,956 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
18 PioneerPulteGroupCrossing 9569 Coach Line Ave., Plain City, OH 43064 www.pulte.com
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The Courtyards on Hyland Run 10189 Hyland Run, Plain City, OH
The Savannah model is an open, two-story floorplan that was designed with family in mind and offers comfortable living. The light-filled great room features a stunning coffered tray ceiling, custom built-in cabinets, and a reclaimed wood beam opening that connects to the chef’s kitchen with a large Cambria island. The mudroom accommodates the entire family with a massive pass-thru pantry with additional counter space and plenty of storage. The master suite has a two-tier illuminated tray ceiling with crown molding, a bath with an oversized frameless shower, quartz-topped vanities and an oval freestanding pedestal tub. Energy Star Certified.
17 Manor Homes Ash Grove community at Jerome Village 10594 Ash Grove Ct., Plain City, OH 43064 www.manorhomes.biz
Single Family, 4,591 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
The Mercer is a perfect fit for smaller families, as exemplified by an Owner’s Suite with naturally lit sitting area, and an upstairs loft that’s well separated in case kids forget their inside voices. The Everyday EntryTM lets you drop your keys and hang your jacket, while the nearby Pulte Planning Center® streamlines your busy life. There’s lots of storage, with walk-in closets in each bedroom.
Single Family, 2,627 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
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Single Family, 2,158 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
The Courtyards on Hyland Run 10305 Tipperary Dr., Plain City, OH
The Provenance invites you to live larger. With two first-floor owner’s suites, two private outdoor courtyards and a threecar garage, it’s our grandest home yet. The spacious kitchen features gourmet KraftMaid cabinetry, quartz countertops, a Farmhouse sink, GE stainless cafe appliances and a large island. The owner’s suite offers a sitting room, a custom designed closet and a spa bathroom with a free-standing soaking tub and walk-in shower. Other highlights include an expansive living room with a wet bar and linear fireplace, a first-floor laundry room and a den with an additional fireplace.
The Promenade III model is an open, light-filled floorplan featuring two bedrooms on the first floor, a den, and a private, garden courtyard with a paver patio, pet turf, plant walls and a pergola. The spacious kitchen includes a large center island offering views to the living and dining rooms. The first-floor owner’s suite features sliding barn doors leading to an optional sitting room with access to the outdoor courtyard and a large walk-in closet. Other highlights include a linear fireplace in the living room, sliding barn doors leading into the den and a first-floor laundry room.
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The Boardwalk meets the needs of families for years to come. A home office, craft room or guest suite is possible on the first floor, thanks to the flex room. Upstairs, families can enjoy a large loft or opt for another bedroom (beyond the existing three and owner’s Suite). There’s lots of room in the Boardwalk – even at mealtime, in the open kitchen and inviting café area. And you’ll love being able to extend outdoor season with the optional covered porch and built-in fireplace.
Single Family, 4,331 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
There’s a lot to love with our Andover plan! The oversized kitchen and window wrapped breakfast room are open and flow into the huge great room, in-law suite and custom wine cellar. A first floor study and an expansive rear foyer with lockers, desk and ½ bath complete the main level. A beautiful open staircase leading to the second level is detailed with windows, trim, and built-in bench. The second story features a master bedroom suite with a huge walk-in closet and bath, 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths and a convenient laundry room.
19 JeromePulteGroupVillage 8768 Apricot Way, Plain City, OH 43064 www.pulte.com
Single Family, 2,746+ sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
20 Virginia Homes Jerome Village 10625 Ash Grove Ct., Plain City, OH 43064 www.virginia-homes.com
40 2022 BIA Parade of Homes | BIAparade.com NORTHWEST Condo, 2,286 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms The Palazzo Bonus Suite model offers a seamless blend of single-level living and a connection to the outdoors with a private, garden courtyard featuring a paver patio, pet turf, plant walls and pergola. The spacious kitchen opens to the dining and living rooms so you’re never separated from your guests. The optional second-level bonus suite provides the perfect space for family or friends, and the optional light-filled four seasons room allows for the flexibility of a home office or separate living area. The first-floor owner’s suite features a walk-in closet and an optional sitting room with access to the outdoor courtyard. 21 Epcon Communities The Courtyards on Hyatts 3218 Korg St., Powell, OH www.TheCourtyardsonHyatts.com43065 1285 Alum Creek Drive, Columbus, OH 43209 • 614-252-2227 • www.SignatureCabinetryInc.com
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42 2022 BIA Parade of Homes | BIAparade.com 33 71 670 1 2 3 5 PATASKALA ASHVILLE BLACKLICKPICKERINGTON40 16 62 23 315 70 70 71 270 270 4 LITHOPOLIS When You Go! A fall visit to Pickerington isn’t complete without a stop at Sam’s Pumpkin Patch. The quaint city is also home to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum and many local bakeries and shops. Pro Tip – Pickerington has one of the best high school football scenes in central Ohio. Check out a game at Pickerington North or Central on a Friday night. 161 SE
SOUTHEAST ASHVILLE 1 Maronda Homes - Ashton Crossing 1 Hemmingway Ave., Ashville, OH 43103/Single Family BLACKLICK 2 M/I Homes - Farms at Jefferson 2775 Chatwood Lp., Blacklick, OH 43004/Single Family LITHOPOLIS 3 D R Horton - The Summit at Wagnalls Run 1390 Hansberry Dr., Lithopolis, OH 43136/Single Family PATASKALA 4 Fischer Homes - Heron Manor 103 Heron Ave., Pataskala, OH 43062/Single Family PICKERINGTON 5 Trinity Homes - Reserve at Pickerington Ponds 105 Sparrow Ct., Pickerington, OH 43147/Single Family Single Family, 3,022 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms Welcome to the Carlisle Single Family Home Design by Maronda Homes. Engineered for comfortable and efficient living, The Carlisle floor plan features at least 2,797-squarefeet of finished living space. The Carlisle floor plan has 4 1 Maronda Homes Ashton Crossing 1 Hemmingway Ave., Ashville, OH 43103 Single Family, 2,491 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms Welcome to Farms at Jefferson and our Erie B model home: A 2,491-square-feet, 3-bedroom, 2-full and 1-half bath home built on an almost half-acre homesite, just steps away from the community pavilion and pool. As you pull up to this stunning 2 M/I Homes Farms at Jefferson 2775 Chatwood Lp., Blacklick, OH 43004 K M G O H I O . C O M
Single Family, 3,339 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
D.R. Horton, America’s Builder, presents the Holland plan. This two-story, open concept home provides 4 large bedrooms and 2.5 baths. This home features a turnback staircase situated away from foyer for convenience and privacy, as well as a wonderful study. The kitchen offers beautiful cabinetry, spacious countertops, a large pantry and a built-in island with ample seating space. Located upstairs, you’ll find an oversized bedroom that features a large bathroom with ample storage in the walk-in closet. In addition, the upstairs offers 3 additional bedrooms and a convenient laundry room.
Single Family, 2,356 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
Single Family, 1,983 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
4 Fischer Homes Heron Manor 103 Heron Ave., Pataskala, OH www.fischerhomes.com43062
5 Trinity Homes Reserve at Pickerington Ponds 105 Sparrow Ct., Pickerington, OH 43147 www.trinity-homes.com
3 D . R . Horton The Summit at Wagnalls Run 1390 Hansberry Dr., Lithopolis, OH 43136 www.drhorton.com
The Greenbriar was designed with flexibility and functionality in mind. This two-story home features 3 spacious bedrooms with a loft or optional 4th bedroom as well as a second-floor laundry room. The first floor’s flex room can be a living/dining room or optional study depending on your specific needs. The spacious owner’s suite features a sitting area with a walk-in closet and a private bath.
If a second-floor laundry is a must-have on your house hunting list, this is the perfect floor plan for you. The Biscayne features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a three-car garage. This cozy house adds up to 3,400-square-feet and features cathedral master bedroom ceilings and a spacious mudroom to keep the chaos of a busy life contained and organized in its own space.
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Single Family, 3,740 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms
Single Family, 2,585 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
6 Communities - The Courtyards at Carr Farms 5729 Arcadian Ave., Hilliard, OH 43026/Single Family
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Live your adventure at Quarry Trails! The Everest plan includes a covered porch which leads to the living room, dining space and kitchen area. The kitchen opens to the back patio via multi-slide door and boasts a large island and pantry. There is generous office space adjacent to the foyer. The second floor includes the owner’s suite with an enormous walk-in closet and bathroom with two vanities. There is a large and convenient laundry, and two additional bedrooms, each with full bathrooms. There is practical loft space leading to an extensive balcony, which is also accessed from the owner’s suite.
Condo, 3,403 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms
2 Maronda Homes Walker Pointe 487 Walker Pointe Dr., Commerical Point, OH 43115 www.marondahomes.com
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1 Thrive Companies Quarry Trails 2316 Quarry Trails Dr., Columbus, OH 43228 www.thrivecos.com
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Are you looking for elegance and functionality? The Hoover is the home for you! You will be wowed upon entering the two-story foyer, which has views to the rear of the home. This open concept first floor has made this design popular for our home buyers. At the top of the staircase you will be greeted by 3 spacious bedrooms, a laundry room and an expansive master suite featuring a huge walk-in closet and inviting bath. Explore the 3D your of this home design today!
The Portico Bonus Suite model is an open, light-filled floorplan featuring two bedrooms on the first floor, a den, and an optional upstairs bonus suite complete with a third bedroom and full bath - perfect for family or guests. The spacious kitchen includes a large center island offering views to the living and dining room, and features quartz countertops, a Farmhouse sink and stainless-steel appliances. The owner’s suite includes a walk-in closet and an optional sitting room with access to the outdoor courtyard featuring a paver patio, pet turf, plant walls and a pergola.
3 Epcon Communities The Courtyards at Beulah Park 3776 Furlong Dr., Grove City, OH www.TheCourtyardsatBeulahPark.com43123
Single Family, 2,535 sq. ft., 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms
From The Cottage Collection at the 55+ community of Woodside of Holton Run, the Cambridge offers a traditional design with modern amenities. With surprisingly open spaces, the Cambridge is inspired by the beauty and simplicity of seaside living. There is plenty of natural light, options for a fireplace and coffered ceiling in the great room, a den, and additional storage space in the two-car garage. And, of course, you’ll love the private patio along with all of the time you have to enjoy it with your maintenance-free home and simpler lifestyle!
5 Trinity Homes Woodside at Holton Run 3368 Joberry Lp., Grove City, OH 43123 www.trinity-homes.com
The Promenade III Bonus Suite model is an open, light-filled floorplan featuring 2 bedrooms on the first floor, a den and a private, garden courtyard with an optional covered porch area and paver patio. The spacious living room features a large 15’ sliding door providing access out to the private courtyard. The kitchen features a large island, KraftMaid cabinetry, quartz countertops and GE stainless Café appliances. The owner’s suite offers an optional sitting room with access to the outdoor courtyard. The optional second-level bonus suite provides the perfect space for family or friends and includes a third bedroom and full bath.
The five-level Avery design by Fischer Homes has a space for everyone. The first floor features a spacious open kitchen with a pocket office, a two-story family room and a finished lower level recreation room. A private owner’s retreat, which includes a sitting area, spa-like bath, and dual walk-in closets, is just a few steps away. The laundry room is conveniently located between the owner’s retreat and the 3 spacious bedrooms, which are on their own level. Discover all of the flexibility that the Avery floorplan has to offer!
Condo, 1,873 sq. ft., 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Fischer Homes Farmstead 6153 Honey Farm Way, Grove City, OH 43123 www.fischerhomes.com
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The Courtyards at Carr Farms 5729 Arcadian Ave., Hilliard, OH
Single Family, 2,931 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
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“We’re still doing those cool flex spaces, creative ones as well,” he says. “But I think it’s kind of trending more toward purposeful design and combining spaces that can be used as one.”
ith flex spaces, you get exactly what it says on the label. They’re flexible to the specific function in one’s home and adaptable over time to the ever-changing needs of life. While flex spaces and flexible designs have always been assets in homes and are a growing movement in architecture, they’ve become increasingly popular since working from home became standard practice for many workers in 2020. Then, making the most of unused or underused spaces suddenly became a necessity.Thelast week of October 2021 was the peak of Google searches for flex space, according to Google search trends.
“(Flex space is) definitely something that has become top-of-mind when designing,” Rus says. “I always tell people it’s going to be easier, cheaper and less of a headache to do something now than think about it in the future.”
Epcon makes use of flexible design with several differing structural options built into the patio space as well. There’s an option to extend the courtyard, which makes it twice the size. Or that space can be used as a covered courtyard with a ceiling fan, a screened-in porch or an
“I think the connotation (of flex space) has changed a little bit, not in a positive or negative way, but just the way that they’re used,” says Andrew Rus, marketing and design consultant at P&D Builders. “Time frames have changed and purposes have changed.”
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Flex spaces have long been valuable to homebuyers and homeowners, and they are here to stay. But instead of a fun or creative afterthought, like a child’s play area in the unused space underneath the stairs, flex space has become a more purposeful and planned portion of design, Rus says.
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A purposeful flex space may be a study that can be turned into a guest bedroom or a first-floor master bedroom later. It may mean allowing for the ability to switch out French doors for solid doors, or even roughing in a framing wall for a bathroom build at a later date.
Flexible space provides a range of options for homeowners courtesy of Epcon Communities and P&D Builders Builders’ flex space offers a nook to be used whatever
Epcon Communities has been offering and building flexible spaces into its home designs for quite some time. Its current model design, and primary product since 2008, features an outdoor side courtyard that wraps around the home. The design allows for privacy and access to a lowmaintenance outdoor space that flows in and out of the indoor living areas.
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“It’s really making use of indooroutdoor space and it’s part of the design of the home,” says Rob Krohn, vice president of marketing for Epcon. The single-level home has close access to patio views from most areas of the house, and large windows that bring in plentiful amounts of natural light.
Bedroom flex space is another popular purposeful design with important function for homeowners. Often, creativity and functionality go hand-in-hand in flexible spaces. P&D has built spaces such as a mudroom closet that functions as a pen for a dog in lieu of a crate, double-sided gas fireplaces that allow for indoor and outdoor use, and a half-garage door that opens into a patio.
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“Because (the model design) has a closet, it can actually function as another bedroom,” Krohn says. Flex space is about adapting the function to the homeowners’ personal needs, he says. “A lot of our buyers are still working, working from home, entrepreneurs,” Krohn says. “They need that space, that flexible space, to use it how they want.”
While Epcon homes are typically two-bedroom, the flexible design allows for three-and four- bedroom homes depending on the buyer’s needs. The office/den area can easily change roles.
Rus keeps opportunities for flex spaces at the forefront of his mind when working with and designing for clients.
For him, flexible design is a major benefit for both designer and client. “(Flex space) allows us to express our creativity, but also make sure we’re doing our due diligence for our homeowners,” he says. “We’re building a house that they’re going to be able to live in, but also be able to use to the best of their ability.”
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Epcon’s Riverside model in Dublin .
Hygge utilizes layered textiles such as throw pillows and blankets. The Scandinavian color scheme also incorporates warm neutrals that add to the ambiance. For outdoor space privacy consider evergreen foliage supplemented by summer edging and potted plants. TimberTech offers privacy screens for a permanent barrier with screen designs ranging from simple to elaborate to fit the style of the space.
TimberTech by Azek offers a range of covered porch options and outdoor furniture suited for any weather condition
Built-in benches provide year-long seat ing, saving you the hassle of hauling sea sonal furniture in and out. Functional, costefficient and weather resistant, the bench can be adjusted depending on the season.
Deck Features When building a deck, there are savvy ways to prepare for the fall months, such as overhead protection and built-in benches.
Lighting No matter your budget, outdoor lighting options can give your space an ambient glow, increase visibility and accentuate its finer design features.
Cushions in bright colors may serve well in the summer, while a light blanket or throw on a bench makes it the perfect fall seat.
BY MEGAN ROTH Outdoor Encore
ust because summer’s come to an end, that doesn’t mean your outdoor space has to close down, too. With a bit of creativity, your outdoor space can be just as vibrant in the fall and spring months as it is in the summer.
Pumpkins make for a festive activity for the family but also provide excellent decorations. Pumpkins and gourds enhance a muted scheme with their gray, brown and burnt orange hues.
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Fall Activities Once a space is set up, there’s a wide range of ways to utilize it to enjoy multiplePurchaseseasons.abird feeder or create your own to bird-watch from the comforts of your back yard. The fall months in central Ohio boast a wide variety of feathered fauna, including the American goldfinch, Baird’s sandpiper, and even hawks and golden eagles. Kids can enjoy a scavenger hunt to look for colorful leaves of the season.
TimberTech, the outdoor living subdivision of AZEK Building Products, offers both permanent and temporary deck lighting options. Permanent lighting is built into your deck structure, while temporary lighting exists outside the actual infrastructure. Each comes with its own advantages. For example, permanent lighting is more durable for all-weather conditions and has substantial long-term value, while temporary lighting is better for smaller spaces and easier to install.
Overhead protection – including awnings, pergolas and roof extensions – can create a cozy ambience for your outdoor space. In addition to adding visual appeal, overhead protection can shield your deck from the elements, whether leaves, rain or early snow.
Photos courtesy of The AZEK Company
Continue utilizing your outdoor spaces into the fall months
Décor Fall is an opportunity to create a cozy, seasonal oasis in your backyard. To achieve this, you might take inspiration from the Scandinavian décor style of hygge, which focuses on finding joy in everyday life.
Options include riser lights to increase visibility on steps, pathway lighting and accent lighting for railing posts. Rather than letting the earlier nightfall limit your outdoor enjoyment, consider it an opportunity to create your own ambience.
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By building with smart home features in mind, homeowners can maximize their home’s capabilities while also making all of those features easier to use.
Coming Soon The smart home market is shifting to improve cross-device functionality. A number of major companies – including Amazon, Apple, Google and Samsung –worked with the Connectivity Standards Alliance to develop a new connectivity standard, called Matter, expected to launch this fall. Matter aims to make any device, regardless of brand, compatible with any other smart home system.
By the end of this year, smart homes spending is expected to reach $33.66 billion, according to Statista. In 2012, Statista placed market revenue at just $1.63 billion. As consumer interest has grown, so, too, have smart home technology options.
Get Smart Smart home technology continues to improve and expand An Alexa Dot making one of D R Horton’s builds a smart home
Controlling the home’s security system via the Alarm .com app .
comAllapp.ofthese changes – expansion of features, increased compatibility and ability to build into a home – are likely to continue growing the popularity of smart home technology. By 2026, Statista estimates, more than two-thirds of American homes will have smart technology, a rapid increase from just one-third in 2019.
As smart devices proliferate, though, connectivity has become an increasing concern for users. Competitors increase options, but a lack of compatibility across brands can decrease ease of use for consumers.
It’s a consumer-focused solution that will make smart home devices more accessible and useful. Building a home with smart capabilities in mind can allow for greater compatibility as well, and builders have taken note. Many builders offer options to plan smart home capacity during construction and coordinate products for compatibility with a smart hub. A smart hub consolidates the controls for multiple devices into a single operating system, typically an app. All of the devices in D.R. Horton’s package, for example, are controllable by the Alarm.
At the beginning of the 21st century, smart homes barely registered as a concept. The invention of Wi-Fi in 1997 opened up the possibility of future technology, but the idea of home automation mostly stuck to science fiction, though a 1999 Disney Channel movie, Smart House, teased the idea. The technology has developed rapidly over the last 15 years, with significant improvements in wireless speeds, Bluetooth capabilities and other technology. Nest launched its Learning Thermostat in 2011 and smart bulbs, locks and more soon followed. Today, it’s common to see homes equipped with voice assistant speakers, video doorbells and smart garage doors.
BY CAMERON CARR Photos courtesy of D.R. Horton
There’s a wide variety of new smart tech nology on the market now, from curtains to sprinklers. Understandably, homebuild ers often offer the option to build in smart home capabilities for ease of use.
Builders such as D.R. Horton, which offers a smart home package called Home Is Connected, bundle features together and ensure compatibility across devices. Home Is Connected features include Amazon Echo devices, Honeywell thermostats, Skybell video doorbells, Kwikset locks, Qolsys panels and smart light“Weswitches.wantto make sure that this ecosystem of products is all going to work together to have a better home experience for our consumers,” says Brad Conlon, D.R. Horton vice president, director of national accounts, in a video on the company’s smart home options.
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When to Splurge As an overarching principle, splurge on the more permanent parts of the home. Failure to prioritize these expenses can result in higher costs down the road. This includes the structural parts of the house, such as the foundation, framing, insulation, windows and siding. Before considering where to save, ensure your home is built well, has a solid structure and is energy efficient. Doing so will ensure that your dream home serves you well in the long run. These foundational aspects are difficult to redo, whereas style and amenities can often be changed later with much less hassle.
Lighting is another place you can keep expenses down. The cost difference in light fixtures can be substantial. Consider going with a standard light fixture now, then upgrading to a grander one when your budget allows. Window treatments don’t need to be a splurge, either. The standard option is sufficient until your budget allows for an upgrade. You can even try to sell the standard features once you’veLeavingupgraded.thebasement unfinished can be a significant way to save. Think about a finishing the basement down the road, but collaborate with your builder about placement of mechanicals to facilitate the best use of space. As for paint, consider fewer colors in the home, with decorating accents to spice things up. Don’t think of this – or any of these saving approaches – as shorting your home. It’s likely that you’ll have new ideas on everything from color schemes to uses for a basement as you live in the home. Postponing some expenses allows time to better sort out future plans. The general rule: Spend to complete the home, then improve and personalize down the line.
HVAC systems, for example, should be a high priority. Consider a Manual J calculation, which identifies the appropriate size for your HVAC system based on the space and occupants. Not only will an oversized system cost you more up front, it will be less efficient in the long run. Don’t be afraid to splurge on windows as well. The correct window choice can save you money down the road by better maintaining temperature inside, thereby increasing energy efficiency.
Although solid hardwood floors are typ ically seen as the gold standard, engineered wood, laminate and wood lookalike tile can function well. Consider hardwood in some areas and carpeting in others. Bathrooms present more opportunities for saving. If you want a jetted tub, consider installing a standard tub during construction. Upgrading to a jetted tub in the future will be a breeze.
BY MEGAN ROTH Photos courtesy of Sherwin-Williams and the Tile Merchant
Keeping paint simple is often cheaper . Use accents and décor to brighten the space . Using laminate flooring can keep down costs while leaving room to upgrade later .
Which expenses deserve early investment and which can wait
When to Save When trying to save, think about what parts of your home can be updated later. For example, choosing modest options for the kitchen, such as flooring or even cabinets, can help reduce costs.
W hen you’re building your dream home, initial costs can add up quickly. But that doesn’t mean you have to compromise on quality. It’s important to consider what warrants investment up front and what can be easily upgraded later to lighten the financial load.
Remodeling a kitchen floorplan later to include or change an island or cabinet configuration can be very expensive, while changing countertops or sink choices are more budget friendly.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recommends metal roofs in places susceptible to natural disasters. They have superior ability to resist wind damage and extreme weather, both hot and cold. If installed properly, they are also less susceptible to leaks than other materials, as they are impermeable to both rain and snow. Snow also melts more quickly on dark metal surfaces, encouraging it to shed more
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Bob Webb has a third show home on Winterberry Drive in Plain City as well.
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Asphalt, in comparison, has a 20-year life expectancy, according to NAHB. Metal roofs are noncombustible, mean ing fireproof, and have a class-A fire rating, the highest rating given.
Gone are the days when metal roofs belonged primarily on farm out buildings or commercial properties. Today, accenting or completely decking out a residential home in metal is both a practi cal and trendy design choice. Metal roofing is both durable and in vogue, says Ed LaTorre, director of pur chasing and estimating at Bob Webb Homes, and homeowners are paying atten tion to both aspects when opting to cover their
“Wehomes.areseeing an increase in clients using metal roofing as an accent,” he says. “Our Parade entry homes in Liberty Bluff and Eversole Run both have hip roofs and metal roofing accents.”
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Metal roofing has multiple advantages that make it an attractive option. Advantages Durability Metal roofs typically have a warranty of 30 to 50-plus years and average lifespan of 50-plus, while copper has an interminable life expectancy, according to the Metal Roofing Alliance and National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), respectively. So while the upfront cost for metal roofs, somewhere from $800-$1,200 per square foot, is pricier than asphalt ($350-$900 per square foot), the material more than makes up for the difference with its long-lasting ability to withstand the elements, replace ments and need for repairs over time.
Bob Webb Homes uses metal roofing as an aesthetically-pleasing accent on some of its recent builds, including its Parade of Homes entries in Liberty Bluff and Eversole Run .
The upfront cost is higher for metal roofs compared to asphalt. However, metal roofs’ lifespan is at least twice as long. Denting Just like a golf ball can dent the side of a car, large hail has the ability to dent a metal roof. In the frequent likelihood of such weather events, panel and patterned roof tiles offer more durability.
Metal roofs are made of recycled mate rial that, at the end of the roof’s life, is 100 percent recyclable. In comparison, asphalt is made from crude oil, and is eventually destined for a landfill.
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Metal roofs come in a variety of different styles and colors. Vertical seam roofing is an iconic look for metal roofs, but it’s not the only option available to homeowners. Stamped panel roof tiles are made to look like traditional shingles, and come in many colors and sizes.
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It’s not recommended to walk on metal roofs because they can be extremely slip pery and may become dented or damaged. This is a disadvantage should someone need access to the roof.
Environmental Sustainability Consumers are leaning toward environ mentally friendly options when possible, and metal roofing fits into the category for several reasons. Due to its heat reflective and insulative properties, metal is one of the most energy-efficient materials in roof ing, with up to 30 percent energy savings costs expected after installation, according to Metal Roofing Alliance. Metal reflects sunlight away from the infrastructure, keeping the home naturally cooler. Special solar reflective paints can bolster this effect and increase efficiency even further. Cool-metal roofing is a finish that often earns efficiency certification due to its effectiveness, even earning tax incen tives in some cases.
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What’s more, through this past May, a typical home only spent 17 days on the market. While higher value homes typically spend longer on the market, the change in days on market from 2021 to 2022 is even starker for those properties.
“With interest rates as low as they are, it makes a lot more sense to keep money invested because, over time, the market makes 10 percent, versus you can borrow around 3 or 4 percent,” says Vincent Finney, Managing Director - Investments for Bibler Finney Panfil Private Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors. In that example, money invested into the market instead of into a home could earn an additional 6 percent annually. That amount compounds over time, making it an even more savvy decision.
The state of the market has buyers hunting for ways to stand out from the competition. One approach has been offering all cash to pay for a home. The percent of all-cash buyers rose from 16 percent in 2020 to 21 percent in 2021, according to Columbus Realtors. In January and February of this year, that number was up to 24.3 percent, on par with numbers last seen in 2014. The shift toward cash makes sense, particularly as sellers field increasingly lucrative and prompt offers.
“A cash buyer can wrap up a deal a lot sooner, which is attractive for a seller,” says Matt Steinke, vice president of First Ohio Home Finance Westerville. By taking a cash offer, a seller can avoid the delays and incon veniences of having a buyer going through a lender, Steinke says. While dealing in cash may be in the best interest of the seller, it’s not necessarily the best decision for a buyer. Rather than paying a large sum of cash into a property, a buyer can invest that money into stock markets and likely earn returns high enough to more than offset interest on a loan.
Considerations for paying cash for a home
If a buyer kept $500,000 in investments rather than paying that money in cash toward a home purchase, they might make an additional $30,000 a year: $500,000 x 0 .10 = $50,000 made in returns $500,000 x .04 = $20,000 owed in interest $50,000 - $20,000 = $30,000 in net profit
BY CAMERON CARR Cash Isn’t Always King
C entral Ohio is experiencing one of the most competitive housing markets in the area’s history. The median and average home sale prices increased more than 10 percent in 2021 to $290,847 and $250,000 respectively, according to a Central Ohio Housing Report from Columbus Realtors.
While a fully paid-for home does avoid interest payments, it likely won’t be building wealth.
Sweeten the Deal All-cash offers aren’t the only way to stand out in today’s real estate market. Buyers have found ways to make more attractive offers to separate themselves from other bidders. The most obvious is to make a higher bid: In June of this year, more than two-thirds of homes sold above the list price, according to Rocket Homes. The trend of bidding above the list price seems to be cooling off, but buyers have other ways to sweeten the deal.
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“Our clients can actually go in as a cash buyer because we give them a priority line of credit with us,” says Ryan Bibler, Managing DirectorInvestments for Bibler Finney Panfil Private Wealth Management Group. “Once they’ve purchased the house, then we can do a more traditional mortgage option for them.” That allows a buyer to avoid the capital gains taxes associated with selling a portfolio for cash and still lock into a long-term financing plan while acting as a cash buyer. Those arrangements often allow a buyer to move promptly as well, avoiding the delays associated with a typical lender.
While Steinke recommends all buyers get an inspection, he says that, in some cases, a buyer might feel comfortable waiving their right to back out of a deal after an inspection. This can be less risky in situations where a buyer already plans to do significant renovations or improvements. Similarly, a buyer could agree to ignore all repairs under a certain value amount, essentially saying that the inspection is only to avoid major issues.
“Even after you have your home paid for, it doesn’t pay you an income,” FinneyMakingsays.an all-cash offer doesn’t necessarily mean a buyer is truly paying in cash. Often, particularly on the higher ends of the market, a buyer will leverage their assets to allow them to act as a cash buyer by refinancing a home or working with a company that will pay cash on theirWorkingbehalf.with a company such as Bibler Finney Panfil Private Wealth Management Group, a buyer can receive a credit line against their after-tax assets.
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One relatively common approach, Steinke says, is offering to cover the appraisal gap. In that instance, an appraisal finds the fair market value of a home to be less than the agreed-upon sale price. Because lending is based on that market value, the buyer and seller need to negotiate any difference. By offering up front to pay any apprais al gap, a buyer can reassure the seller that any surprises later won’t turn sour. Still, Steinke warns that this essentially results in a buyer agreeing to pay more than a property is actually worth. A buyer could, however, agree to pay the gap up to a cer tain amount, protecting them from any largeAnotherdifferences.method is waiving inspection contingency. The inspection contingency gives a buyer the right to an inspection and to negotiate or back out of a deal if the results are less than satisfactory.
“In other words, the buyer’s just saying, ‘I’m buying the house as is,’” Steinke says.
“Our clients can actually go in as a cash buyer because we give them a priority line of credit with us .”
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A s the weather and months change, so do trends in colors for styling a home. Accordingly, each month, Sherwin-Williams’ color team comes together to select a color that will optimize your space. To determine the best color for the month, the team considers what the color should evoke. July’s Color of the Month, for example, was chartreuse, a subdued yellow-green. According to Sherwin-Williams’ color and DIY blog, Tinted, vibrant colors can make any space“Chartreuse’shappier. vivid hue creates a positive vibe,” Tinted reads, “so your happy place is the brightest it can be.”
Similarly, softer tones better complement the faded hues of winter.
Sherwin-Williams’ 2022 Color of the Year is Evergreen Fog, a neutral green. Evergreen Fog’s gentle, organic hue creates a calming and grounding space, according to Tinted For its 2022 Color of the Year, Pantone made history by creating an entirely new hue: Very Peri. A pigmented blue-purple, Very Peri is calming yet invigorating, subdued yet energetic. In February, the periwinkle derivative took further strides and became a star on the runway in New York Fashion Week.
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Keep up with the latest color trends to optimize your spaces
Most major paint suppliers curate colors of the year that are versatile enough to fit any season and expected to have steady and lasting popularity. Nine months into 2022, suppliers have seen their colors of the year in houses throughout the country, on HGTV and even in New York Fashion Week.
February’s Color of the Month was Aleutian, a foggy blue. Per Tinted, the cool blue brings calm and quiet to your space and blends well with any design style.
Valspar released multiple colors of the year, each nature-inspired and striving to bring a comforting presence into homes. The colors range from Blanched Thyme, an organic green, to Fired Earth, a dark hue that can add sophistication and warmth to a space. Color Forecast Though colors can be hard to predict, Sherwin-Williams’ Color Forecast team offers a comprehensive look at the top color trends for each year.
Evergreen Fog brings a subdued splash of color into a space
Colors of the Year
“It’s the ultimate sense of cozy you can only find at home,” reads the blog. Each of Tinted’s Color of the Month posts includes multiple ideas to integrate the colors into your own space. Aleutian, for example, is shown in homes with Bohemian, Nordic and Farmhouse Eclectic styles. The posts also include suggestions of complementary colors to complete a space.
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The 2022 ColorMix is entitled MODE, an acronym for Method, Opus, campaign. Drawing inspiration from the lakes, wooded areas, rivers and plains in the Midwest, the palette uses natural hues to showcase all of the area’s vibrant colors. The palette features spicy reds, lush yellows, American neutrals and many more. More information is available at
The silver-green, inspired by the stem of a flower, strives to create a canvas for other colors to easily complement. Its neutral shade allows for your creativity and imagination to blossom.
Similarly, Creative Paints, the central Ohio retailer of Benjamin Moore & Co., offered its own color trends palette for the year with 14 hues that work together to create a diverse, yet coherent space. Within the palette is Creative Paints’ 2022 Color of the Year, October Mist.
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Dreamland and Ephemera, which are all different color palettes. MODE includes 40 trend colors in total, 10 in each palette. “We chose the name MODE because we’re paving the way for a future where we get to redefine the way we’re expressing and experiencing the world around
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