The Timbercrest shows use of natural sontes, cedar siding and more

 

RIDGEFIELD — Clark County area residents still have plenty of time to visit the 39th annual HomeStreet Bank Clark County Parade of Homes, presented by DeWils.

The annual Parade of Homes event is going on now until Oct. 2 and is open to the public from 10 a.m.-7 p.m., with the exception of Mondays and Tuesdays when the event is closed. This year’s Parade of Homes is being held at the Carty Road Estates in Ridgefield.

Today, Sept. 22, is Builder/Realtor Day, sponsored by Umpqua Bank. Area builders and realtors can enjoy southwest Washington’s premier home show for free courtesy of Umpqua Bank. A Networking Reception will be held from 4-6 p.m., RSVPs for the reception were required by Sept. 19. Present business card and photo ID for entry.

Coming up on Saturday, Sept. 24, the Parade of Homes event will offer Hero Day, sponsored by Wells Fargo Home Mortgage. Event organizers will show their appreciation for first responders and military who keep area communities safe. Any medical, police, fire and inactive military with ID will receive $3 off of full-price admission. Those with active military ID will receive free admission.

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

The Timbercrest (Home No. 1)
Everest Construction

According to the Parade of Homes website, the use of natural stones, cedar siding and large timber supporting details gives The Timbercrest home a timeless elegance and strength, “ensuring it will withstand the test of time.”

Each individual room in The Timbercrest is said to carry a classic style, thoughtfully designed and decorated to enhance each detail. The home’s great room has tall vaulted ceilings, beam accents and a large fireplace, and provides a gathering place for friends and family alike. The large open kitchen and nook area offers a gourmet experience to cooks and those enjoying some food.

In addition to the master bedroom that is tucked behind the great room, the home offers two additional bedrooms downstairs, and the upstairs has two more bedrooms with small private offices and baths. According to the website, the highlight of the upstairs area is the large bonus/entertainment room, complete with surround sound, high-definition projection and screen that will make any night a movie night.

The home also offers a large back patio, complete with timber beams and a large wood fireplace. The patio also offers a built-in 42-inch Wolf Grill and serving counters.

According to the website, Everest Construction has been building custom luxury homes for more than a decade in Clark County and surrounding areas. They take pride in creating homes that are “as beautiful to look at as they are comfortable to live in.”

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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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