2021 Parade of Homes kicks off Saturday around Lubbock

Table of Contents SedonaThe Windsor at Preston ManorEscondido RanchTips for Touring The West Texas Home Builders Association Parade of Homes 2021 kicks off Saturday and runs through Aug. 1. This year’s featured homes are located in the subdivisions Sedona at 146th Street and Quaker Avenue; Windsor at Preston Manor at […]

The West Texas Home Builders Association Parade of Homes 2021 kicks off Saturday and runs through Aug. 1.

This year’s featured homes are located in the subdivisions Sedona at 146th Street and Quaker Avenue; Windsor at Preston Manor at FM 179 and 66th Street; and Escondido Ranch at 50th Street and Alcove.

Hours for the tour are 6-9 p.m. weekdays; 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays; and 1-6 p.m. on Sundays.

Tickets are $15 for adults; $5 for children ages 2-12; and free for children age 2 and younger.

For more information or to purchase tickets, visit lubbockparadeofhomes.com

Sedona

“Inspired by the expansive West Texas skies, Sedona will be a high-end community where residents can enjoy the lifestyle they’ve worked so hard to build,” according to lubbockparadeofhomes.com

• 3912 149th St.: Constructed by LB Home. This three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, 3,060 square-foot home features a two-car garage and xeriscaped landscape. LB Home is owned and operated by Landon Black. LB Home can be contacted at (806) 445-6339 or lbhome.net

This LB Home house is part of the 2021 Parade of Homes tour.

• 3920 149th St.: Constructed by Elite Homes. This four bedroom, five bathroom, 8,204 square-foot home was built by Elite Homes. It features a six-car garage, carefully curated materials and textures and panoramic windows, a billiard and cocktail lounge and expansive outdoor living. There is an indoor bowling lane and basketball court. Elite Homes, a division of Self Services Inc., is led by Scott Self and Glenn Self. For more information, call (806) 863-2062 or visit http://elitehomeslubbock.com/

• 3919 149th St.: Constructed by Hub City Custom Homes. This five-bedroom, five-bathroom 5,192 square-foot home features a three-car garage, office, pool house, pool and hot tub and two outdoor living areas. Hub City Custom Homes is owned by Chad Tarver. Contact Hub City Custom Homes at (806) 777-1084 or hubcitycustomhomes.com.

This home in the Sedona subdivision is one of several on this years Parade of Homes tour.

• 3915 149th St.: Constructed by Apex Construction. This 4,027 square-foot home features four bedrooms, 3 1/2 bathrooms, and a two-car garage. It has artificial turf landscaping, an outdoor kitchen, pool and pool bath. The inside features a grand master suite, natural wood accents, a safe room, and vaulted ceilings with exposed beams. Apex Construction was founded by Tyson Reed. Apex Construction can be contacted at (806) 254-7949 or http://apexc.wpengine.com/

Jacquelin Burkhammer

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