Zionsville's Holliday Farms Is the Setting for This Year's Home-A-Rama!
Who’s going to the Indianapolis Home-A-Rama? As a REALTOR and design enthusiast, I look forward to it every year! It’s such a delight to see Indy’s top luxury builders and designers pull out all the stops to showcase their skills, creativity, and the latest home trends. And this year, Home-A-Rama is taking place in one of my favorite Zionsville communities—Holliday Farms. Eleven breath-taking homes built by some of the area’s most prominent builders will be open for touring.
Home-A-Rama opens Sept. 18-20 and continues Sept. 24-27 and Oct. 1-4. Of course, COVID makes this year’s Home-A-Rama a bit different. All tickets are being sold online ahead of time, and you must select a time block for your arrival. Masks are required, and social distancing protocols will be in place. A new virtual experience will also enable anyone to enjoy the show from the convenience and safety of their own home. For just $10 you can explore each of the 11 homes via video, 3-D tours and magazine-worthy photos.
As for Holliday Farms itself, it features a wide variety of home options, gorgeous green spaces and trails, great amenities, and of course, the centerpiece Pete Dye golf course! It’s exciting to see the community continuing to take shape, especially with the completion of the Home-A-Rama homes. Holliday Farm’s Phases 3 and 4 are now open – if you’re interested in building in this luxury community, I’d love to share details with you. OR, if you’re ready to move right in, two of the Home-A-Rama homes have been listed for immediate purchase. You could buy all the staging furniture for an instant dream home! Which is your favorite—the coastal cottage or the rustic-modern lodge?
If you attend Home-A-Rama either in person or virtually, let me know what you think of the homes and interiors. Comment below!
Great content, I've been a silent reader for quite some time, and the posts here very informative. I actually like the house, a nice design and color combination. It makes the house look more elegant.
Nice post. Keep it up!
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