Homearama kicks off in Louisville

Photo by Norton Commons

The local extravaganza of custom homes in Louisville has begun. 

Homearama kicked off this weekend in Norton Commons and will run from Sept. 11-26 this year. The showcase, put on by the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville (BIA), features 9 custom-made homes built by local construction professionals situated around Norton Commons’ Peppermint Park

Here are this year’s builders + the houses they made: 

🏠  Nola + Haven by Caliber Homes & Remodeling, Inc. 

🏠  The Lola by Joe Kroll Builders, LLC

🏠  Park View by Landis Homes, LLC

🏠  The Old Fashion by Mason Construction & Development, LLC

🏠  The Sherwood by Ramage Company

🏠  Jenni by Simpson Builders

🏠  8 by MasterCraft homes, LLC

🏠  Modern Magnolia by Leo Thieneman & Sons, LLC

Homearama is an annual Louisville event that showcases custom-built, new homes at a single site that are fully furnished, decorated, landscaped, and feature the latest in building trends, technology + interior design. All of the houses except The Old Fashion have sold already.  

The homes in this year’s exhibition take their landscape and architectural design inspiration from historic Old Louisville with modern flourishes like smart appliances + other current interior home trends — kitchen islands, ornate tile work + and electric car charging stations

In total, the 9 homes represent ~31,440-sqft of new construction in Norton Commons, a neighborhood that has been growing rapidly since the first neighbors and businesses moved in 15 years ago. Across all 9 houses, there are 37 bedrooms and 33.5 bathrooms

Take a look inside these houses during the week from 5-8 p.m., on Saturday from 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday from 1-6 p.m. Tickets are $10 per person. Children aged 12 and younger get in free with an adult

On Sept. 18, Homearama will host a ticketed charity concert, “Music By the Water,” to benefit Blessings in a Backpack starting at 6:30 p.m. The Monarchs will take the stage at the Norton Amphitheater at 7 p.m. Tickets are $25.