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Take a tour: Experience WNC’s finest abodes during the Parade of Homes

The two-weekend event showcases newly-constructed and remodeled Asheville-area houses.

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Slideshow of two home's exteriors on the Parade of Homes in Asheville, NC.

Begin your day touring the Moody Mountain Modern in the serene Couch Mountain community, or virtually explore the Homestead Revival from the comfort of your own home.

Photos by Living Stone Design + Build and Ryan Theede Photography

Explore cutting-edge designs and connect with talented building professionals in Asheville at the Parade of Homes, happening Saturday + Sunday, Oct. 7-8 and Oct. 14-15 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

The two-weekend event offers a complimentary, self-guided tour of newly constructed homes and complete remodels (read: there’s a wealth of inspo + resources for your dream home or future projects).

You can see four quality-crafted Living Stone homes in this year’s Parade:

  1. Moody Mountain Modern: In-person
  2. Brush Creek English Modern: In-person
  3. Homestead Revival: Virtually
  4. Mountain Modern Vista: Virtually

Kick off the weekend by sharing refreshing drinks, great food + informative conversations with builders and fellow paraders at Beer & Barbecue with the Builder on Saturday, Oct. 7 at Atelier Maison & Co. from 4:30-7:30 p.m.

Bonus: Enter to win two beautiful Adirondack chairs (perfect for fall porch season) from Atelier Maison & Co.

Get inspired (+ get BBQ tickets)

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