Camas, WA — A spectacular display of 10 luxury homes will be the focus at this year’s NW Natural Clark County Parade of Homes — each worth at least $1 million. The event begins September 7 and continues through September 23.
The Parade of Homes is located in The Parklands at Camas Meadows, and is an annual event hosted by the Building Industry Association (BIA) of Clark County. Visitors will get to see the latest in architecture, design, home decor, remodeling, landscaping, and more.
Several builders have spent considerable time and effort planning the event, which features homes by Axiom Luxury Homes, Cascade West Development, Soaring Eagle Homes, Vilhauer Construction, Gecho Homes, and Generation Homes NW.
The homes range in size from 3,000 to 5,000 square feet, and are located east of Camas Meadows Golf Club, which is located at 4105 NW Camas Meadows Drive, Camas. The home in the featured image is called “The Maldivian,” which was constructed by Gecho Homes, known for their modern, contemporary designs. It’s a 4,200 square foot, four-bedroom residence. “The Maldivian” is available for purchase, but it isn’t yet listed.
The Parklands development is still very much under construction, and when completed will feature 42 single-family homes on lots ranging from 15,000 to 18,000, along with several commercial buildings.
HomeStreet Bank and DeWils are co-sponsors of the event, which is expected to attract many visitors over the next few weeks.
Featured image provided by Taylour White Images.