Take a tour throught the Aerius at at this year’s Parade of Homes

 

RIDGEFIELD — The 39th annual HomeStreet Bank Clark County Parade of Homes, presented by DeWils, is currently open to visitors at the Carty Road Estates in Ridgefield.

The Parade of Homes event continues until Oct. 2 and is open from 10 a.m.-7 p.m., except for Mondays and Tuesdays when it is closed.

Today, Sept. 21, is half-price Wednesday, sponsored by Berkshire Hathaway and First American Title. Parade attendees can enjoy the home show for just $6 instead of the full $12. There is no coupon required.

Normal full-price admission is $12, free for children 12 and younger. Ticket offices closes at 6 p.m. each evening. A $2 off coupon can be found athttp://clarkcountyparadeofhomes.com/info-and-directions/.

For additional details and information on this year’s Parade of Homes, visitwww.clarkcountyparadeofhomes.com.

Here is a closer look at one of the four homes included in this year’s Parade of Homes:

The Aerius (Home No. 3)
Cascade West Development

The full description of The Aerius can be found athttp://clarkcountyparadeofhomes.com/homes/to-be-announced/….

According to the Parade of Homes website, aerius is a Latin word meaning aerial or partaking of the nature of air. The Aerius home is described as having “interwoven transitional, modern and contemporary elements that make personal solitude, friendly gatherings and extended family stays simultaneously conceivable.”

The builder describes the division of rooms and amenities as “thoughtful,” and that the division insures space for each member of the household to act independently or to come together as a whole and enjoy the common areas.

“The family that lives here values independence as well as inclusion. Functionality and freedom are the principles of this nest; from which a family can take flight,” the website states.

At first glance The Aerius home is described as seeming to disappear into its surroundings.

According to the website, this home echoes the popular American Craftsman style, which “dots the Pacific Northwest landscape.” The Aerius features 13-foot coffered ceilings, abundant natural lighting and an ornate glass chandelier. Other features of the home include a great room, master suite, den, four-bay garage and a guest bedroom with attached bathroom.

The corner kitchen is composed with elevated countertops. The kitchen also creates no spatial divide and easily transitions to the dining nook, complete with overhead coffered-beam ceiling.

The upstairs, which rests mainly on the western half of the home, is composed of a laundry room, two bedrooms and a large game room. Every space is large and easily accessible through a single hall.

This home was built by Cascade West Development, providing “fine homes throughout the Pacific Northwest with superior value and distinctive styling for more than 25 years.” The builders at Cascade West Development specialize in listening to their home buyers and customizing a floor plan to “put their needs and dreams into reality.”

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About The Author

Joanna Nicole Yorke is a 2010 graduate of the Edward R. Murrow School of Communication at Washington State University in Pullman. She has a bachelor's degree in journalism with a minor in political science. Yorke is a Clark County native, growing up on her family's 12-acre farm in La Center where her family still resides today. She was previously a reporter at The Reflector Newspaper, covering the city of Battle Ground, the Battle Ground School District and a variety of other areas and topics.

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