Greenwich-Darien Luxury Home Tour Will Be Held on April 22-23
Fairfield County Home Builders & Remodelers Association will host tour of four luxury homes to benefit two outstanding charities
April 7, 2017 Fairfield, CT — On Saturday April 22nd and Sunday April 23rd, the 1st Luxury Home Tour sponsored by the Fairfield County HBRA will be held in Old Greenwich, Riverside and Darien. Four spectacular homes will be open to the public from 10-5PM on Saturday and Sunday.
Ticket holders will have the opportunity to tour a stunning beach home on Lucas Cove in Old Greenwich by Karp Associates, designed by Jones Byrne Margeotes; an exquisite 7,000 square foot stone and clapboard colonial in Riverside, painstakingly constructed by Argus Development in collaboration with Mockler Taylor Architects; and in Darien an exquisite 8,500 square foot shingle style colonial with heated pool and spa by Doherty & DeLeo Development, and a charming classic colonial by Altamura Homes, which features cutting edge technology and sophisticated, chic interiors by Birgit Anich Staging & Interiors.
Kick off reception at 2016 Greenwich Home of the Year
On Friday April 21st from 6-8PM, a pre event cocktail reception will be held at the fabulous HOBI award winning Greenwich estate of Sound Beach Partners. Attendees will be treated to hors d’oeuvres, a wine tasting with One Hope Wines, craft beers, and music, as they mingle around the pool and spectacular pool house with gym and yoga studio – the crown jewel of this captivating 14 acre property. Limited Friday event tickets at $75 include entry to the weekend home tour, and are available at CTLuxuryHomeTour.com.
Tickets to view all four homes on Saturday and/or Sunday can be purchased online or by the ParadeCraze App on your smart phone for $20, and for $25 at the door. All visitors will receive a glossy 36 page Official Tour Guide Book, and the first 400 visitors will receive a Milan Jute Tote.
Ticket sales will be donated to two exceptional charities
PSC Partners is dedicated to finding the causes, treatments and cure for primary sclerosing cholangitis, and to provide education and support for the children and adults afflicted with this orphan disease.
Since 1992, Fairfield County’s Community Foundation has been dedicated to creating lasting change in our region and has awarded over $212 million in grants in support of 625 local nonprofits. FCCF’s goal is to create a vital and inclusive community – where every individual has the opportunity to thrive.
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About HBRA of Fairfield County – The Home Builders & Remodelers Association (“HBRA”) of Fairfield County is a not for profit trade association of 400+ builders, remodelers, land developers, suppliers, manufacturers, subcontractors, architects, engineers, attorneys, lenders, real estate brokers and other industry professionals, engaged in single family and multifamily residential construction, remodeling, land development activities and light commercial construction.
Since 1946, the association has provided members with opportunities to grow their businesses, and has participated in charitable projects to help the Fairfield County community. The HBRA strives to be a leader in providing innovative resources, education, legislative advocacy and networking events for our members that will help keep their businesses ahead of the curve. Members of the HBRA represent the best in their industry. Whether a builder, remodeler, developer or associated trade or supplier, members are committed to the highest standards and practices in building homes and communities throughout Fairfield County.