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Charlotte Parade of Homes announces winners

The Parade of Homes, presented by the Home Builders Association of Charlotte, features new homes scattered over the Charlotte region. For the first time, area expert Realtors judged 72 entries including homes and townhomes. The free, self-guided tour continues through April 28. Details: www.paradecharlotte.com. Visitors can go online and plan their tour – complete with driving instructions. Most of the homes are furnished. Homes are priced from about $150,000 to nearly $1.6 million. A color brochure is available at area Harris Teeter stores.

2013 Parade Winners

I. $149,700-$211,000

Gold: Standard Pacific Homes, Brightwalk

Silver: Eastwood Homes, Riverwood

II. $211,001-$260,000

Gold: Mattamy Homes, Hubbard Falls

Silver: Bonterra Builders, Bonterra Village

III. $260,001-$311,000

Gold: Mattamy Homes, South Point Village

Silver: Eastwood Homes, Villas at Winecoff

IV. $311,001-$337,400

Gold: Mattamy Homes, Skybrook

Silver: Mattamy Homes, Vermillion

V. $337,401-$373,200

Gold: Shea Homes, Castlebrooke Farms

Silver: David Weekley Homes, Hawthorne

VI. $373,201-$450,000

Gold: Classica Homes, Robbins Park

Silver: Bonterra Builders, Enclave at Crismark

VII. $450,001-$525,000

Gold: Classica Homes, Robbins Park

Silver: Classica Homes, Robbins Park

VIII. $525,001-$740,000

Gold: Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Cheval

Silver: David Weekley Homes, Springfield

IX. $741,001-$1.6 Million

Gold: Grandfather Homes, Town and Country,

Silver: Alan Simonini Homes, Captain’s Point

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