2021 Parade of Homes has something for everyone

Nathan Law

Michael Gruber, president, Building Industry Association of Stark & East Central Ohio The 57th edition of the Parade of Homes takes place July 10–18 in Massillon at Augusta Lakes. This year’s show has five brand new homes – all showing off the latest in new home interior design, floor plans, […]

Michael Gruber, president, Building Industry Association of Stark & East Central Ohio

The 57th edition of the Parade of Homes takes place July 10–18 in Massillon at Augusta Lakes. This year’s show has five brand new homes – all showing off the latest in new home interior design, floor plans, technology, green building, and landscaping. These fully decorated homes are priced to start at $450,000 and feature a variety of up-to-date architectural styles.

This is a show that appeals to all generations of consumers – from first-time home buyers to empty nesters and will be especially appealing to everyone interested in building a custom home.

Augusta Lakes is a scenic and popular development that borders the beautiful Legends golf course. It is conveniently located off Richville Drive and easily accessible from Route 30, Southway St. SW, or downtown Massillon. I thought our readers would appreciate a sneak peek at some of the homes. The first featured house has been beautifully crafted by Smith Homes.

Smith Homes is one of the builders featured in the 2021 Parade of Homes.

House #1, Smith Homes

Smith Homes

330-244-9080

Augusta Lakes

2170 Championship Circle SE

Massillon, OH 44646

2021 Parade of Homes House Description

This 2,170-square-foot, first-floor master home has 3 bedrooms, a den and 2 ½ baths. The foyer leads into a spacious great room with a vaulted ceiling and stained beams, then makes a seamless transition into the open kitchen/dining area. The 8’ patio door leads to a 12’x19’, no maintenance, composite deck.

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