The 2017 Pinnacle Financial Partners Parade of Homes at the Witherspoon subdivision just off the Crockett Road roundabout continues through Sunday, Oct. 22.

Six luxury homes decorated to the nines have been open from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. each day since Oct. 7 to tour.

Tickets are $15 per person, although seniors and military members can get them for $12. Children under 12 are free. Tickets can be purchased here.

This year’s benefitting charity for the event will be the Williamson County Animal Center.

Part of the entry sign to the Witherspoon subdivision.

The Parade of Homes has been held at least since the early 1980s, said Jim Argo, the communications director for the Home Builders Association of Middle Tennessee, offering a glimpse of the latest designs, technology and style trends.

 

“It’s kind of like an HGTV show except you’re actually there in the house looking at many different rooms decorated by professional decorators,” he said.

Here are views of the homes and their amazing features:

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Stonegate Homes – 7,800 square feet; Paul Huff, Builder; Julie Davis, Julie Davis Interiors, Interior Designer. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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This elegant pool makes for great entertaining. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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Gathering the young cousins or having a sleepover? These bunks are more like berths in a ship’s cabin. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

Schumacher Homes – 7,777 square feet; Keith Schumacher, Builder; Tim Clausey and Chuck Feltner, ReCreations, Interior Designers

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The six homes are featured on a poster at the Parade kickoff party. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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Have you ever noticed how people congregate in the kitchen, like this one at the kickoff party? // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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Another nautically-inspired children’s room. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

Legend Homes – 6,914 square feet; Doug Herman, Builder; Marie-Joe Bouffard, JFY Designs, Interior Designer

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A view west from Witherspoon. Holy Family Catholic Church can be seen in the upper right-hand corner. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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This Parade home blends indoor and outdoor space and comfort. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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No arguing over what to watch in this room, where electronics are concealed behind sliding “barn” doors. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

Ford Custom Classic Homes – 12,102 square feet; Mike Ford, Builder; Autumnflora Miklich, Bella Vita Interiors, Interior Designer

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If dust bunnies collect under your bed, this might be the answer. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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Rain doesn’t matter on this virtual golf course. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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Rough-hewn beams and casings give this great room rustic comfort. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

Castle Homes – 7,771 square feet; Alan Looney, Builder; Castle Homes in-house design team working in partnership with Rozanne Jackson, Ginny Garett and Katy Austin, The Iron Gate, Interior Designers

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Guests arrive for the Parade party. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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The Parade party took place under a big tent amid the beautiful homes and future homes. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

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Music and mingling at the Parade party. // ANDREW COLLIGNON

Barlow Builders – 9,097 square feet; Austin Pennington, Builder; Lori Paranjape, mrs.paranjape designs, Interior Designer

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An elegant bathroom behind glass doors with a tub and shower. // ANDREW COLLIGNON                                                  

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Gorgeous homes continue to rise, surrounded by the Brentwood hills. // ANDREW COLLIGNON