BABCOCK RANCH, Fla. (Nov. 6, 2019) – There’s no place like Babcock Ranch “Homes for the Holidays” model home tour during Charlotte DeSoto Building Industry Parade of Homes™ Friday, Nov. 22 through Sunday, Dec. 8. Models will be open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The free event features nine model homes decked out in holiday splendor from Florida Lifestyle Homes, Lennar, WCI, Meritage Homes, Pulte Homes and Stock Classic Homes. Models showcasing the Babcock Ranch lifestyle will be available for touring in the Lake Timber, Parkside, Trails Edge, Lake Babcock and Lake Babcock Estates neighborhoods.
Visitors can also learn more about Arthur Rutenberg Homes, Divco Custom Homes and Babcock National, a new golf and lifestyle community within Babcock Ranch that will feature 18 of Lennar’s most popular Terrace, Veranda, Executive and Estate Home designs.
Stop by the Woodlea Hall Discovery Center in Founder’s Square, Babcock Ranch’s walkable downtown, for an official Parade of Homes™ ticket entry booklet. After touring the models, visitors can cast their votes at Table & Tap restaurant for “Best Holiday Home Décor,” “Best Babcock Ranch Home,” and “Best Outdoor Living Space” in the Parade of Homes People’s Choice Awards and enter to win raffle prizes including a Visa Gift Card, a Smart TV, an iPad and gift certificates.
Babcock Ranch Parade of Homes™ Homes for the Holidays programs will be distributed in local newspapers on Sunday, Nov. 17. Copies will also be available in the Woodlea Hall Discovery Center. To learn more about the event and the model homes available for viewing, visit www.BabcockRanchParadeofHomes.com.
About Charlotte DeSoto Building Industry Association
Charlotte DeSoto Building Industry Association is a professional organization of industry leaders who advocate, educate and support members, customers and stakeholders while being the voice of the construction industry in our community. CDBIA’s strong affiliation with the Florida Home Builders Association and the National Association of Home Builders provides an essential network for the exchange of information and ideas. Visit www.cdbia.com.
About Babcock Ranch
Babcock Ranch was created by Kitson & Partners with respect for the natural environment and the philosophy that smart growth and sustainability work hand in hand. Half of the town’s 18,000-acre footprint is set aside as greenways, parks and expansive lakes, providing recreation and scenic backdrops for Babcock Ranch’s homes and the Founder’s Square downtown district.
For more information about Southwest Florida’s new hometown, located just northeast of Fort Myers off Babcock Ranch Road/State Road 31, visit the Woodlea Hall Discovery Center at 42850 Crescent Loop in Babcock Ranch, call 877-709-6620, or visit www.BabcockRanch.com.
Tina Matte, Gravina, Smith, Matte & Arnold Marketing and PR, 239-275-5758, [email protected]
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