Parade of Homes at Witherspoon

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Castle Homes, photo by Jaime Rock

Witherspoon development in Brentwood was the site of the  2017 Pinnacle Financial Partners Parade of Homes™.






Legend Homes, photography by Jaime Rock

Sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee (HBAMT), the event featured an impressive cast of local construction professionals and interior designers.





Ford Custom Classic Homes, photography by Jaime Rock

The houses ranged from Castle Homes’ 6,748 square foot contemporary English Country house to Ford Custom Classic Homes’ 9,000 square foot home, which the builder describes as Rustic Elegance.





Stonegate Homes, photography by Jaime Rock

The six builders included Barlow Builders, Castle Homes, Ford Custom Classic Homes, Legend Homes, and Schumacher Homes, and Stonegate Homes.





Schumacher Homes, photography by Jaime Rock

Witherspoon is a 263-acre enclave of 153 luxury home sites. This estate community offers a combination of natural beauty, classic architecture, and exceptional amenities. Seven of Middle Tennessee’s finest custom home builders offer impressive homes there featuring  American, English, French, and Italian-influenced architecture priced from the $800s to over $2 million. The subdivision is being developed by CPS Land and Ford Custom Classic Homes.


Stonegate Homes, photography by Jaime Rock

The Parade teams included: Austin Pennington of Barlow Builders and Julie Paranjape of mrs.paranjape designs; Alan Looney of Castle Homes with Rozanne Jackson, Ginny Garett, and Katy Austin of The Iron Gate; Mike Ford of Ford Custom Classic Homes and Autumn floral Miklich of Bella Vita Designs;

Doug Herman of Legend Homes and Marie-Joe Bouffard, of JFY Designs; Keith Schumacher of Schumacher Homes and Tim Causey and Chuck Feltner of ReCreations Home, and Paul Huff of Stonegate Homes and Julie Davis of Julie Davis Interiors.


Castle Homes

The homes feature the latest in building materials, lighting, kitchen design, flooring, wood beams and recycled materials, beautiful millwork, as well as window treatments, a bourbon bar, elevators, butler’s pantries, wine rooms, unusual ceilings, accent walls, and more.


For more information call 615/ 377-1055 or visit

The HBAMT is a voluntary, not-for-profit trade association dedicated to promoting the American dream of homeownership to all residents of middle Tennessee.

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