Parade of Homes at Witherspoon

Witherspoon development in Brentwood was the site of the  2017 Pinnacle Financial Partners Parade of Homes™.           Sponsored by the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee (HBAMT), the event featured an impressive cast of local construction professionals and interior designers.         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.         The six builders included Barlow Builders, Castle Homes, Ford Custom Classic Homes, Legend Homes, and Schumacher Homes, and Stonegate …

November/December

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Castle Homes’ English Country house, recently seen in the Parade of Homes, is transformed into a magical Christmas setting by designer Richard Edwards, of Maxi B. Home with Summer Classics furniture. Photo by Reed Brown Photography.

Parade of Homes 2017

Parade of Homes at Witherspoon Oct. 7-22 Construction is underway on the houses taking part in the 2017 Pinnacle Financial Partners Parade of Homes™. The highly anticipated custom home tour will open Saturday, October 7 and continue daily through Sunday, October 22 at the Witherspoon community in Brentwood. Hours are from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Admission is $12 per person and children 12 and under are admitted free of charge.

November/December 2012

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About the Cover Whimsical, holiday magic wraps the staircase of the Charleston Single built by Castle Homes for the Evans in Green Hills’ Abbottsford. Enhancing the staircase’s classic black and white color palette and delicate scrollwork, Gabriel’s Garden in Brentwood wove enchanting shades of silver, white, blue, and green with delicate floral elements to create a dreamy holiday setting. Photo by Peyton Hoge in conjunction with ForestHome Meda. See our section about holiday decorating here. Like us on facebook!  Click here

Build or Remodel

“If you love your current neighborhood and like the bones of your existing home, then an addition or update to meet your current and future needs is a great idea,” says Bryan Edwards of Hughes-Edwards Builders. “Interest rates are historically low and financing can be more easily obtained for a remodeling project due to your home’s equity. We like to work with a client to determine what changes will have the greatest impact on a family’s happiness while being a financially good decision for the overall value and appreciation of the home.” Edwards adds, “There are a lot of great …

Sept/Oct. 2011

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About the Cover A stunning Jamali painting sits above the stately limestone fireplace of the Southern Living Showcase Home, built by Castle Homes and open on select days October 21-November 6 at Dorset Park in southern Davidson County. Inspired by a unique NanaWall, Peddler Interiors’ designer Jerome Farris filled the airy, sophisticated room with natural, organic textures of cotton, linen, silks and leather. (Photo by Peyton Hoge) For more information see our article. Read about the Parade of Homes, scheduled Sept. 26-Oct. 9, here. Like us on facebook!  Click here