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Revealing Our 2017 Parade of Homes Model

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Jun 14 2017
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Revealing Our 2017 Parade of Homes Model

Our Newest Model, The Finley, is Coming Soon!

Our favorite time of the year is approaching quickly – the Metropolitan Builders Association Parade of Homes! We are extremely excited to introduce you to our newest model, the Finley, located in the Fox Meadow subdivision in Menomonee Falls.

Throughout the next few months leading up to the Parade of Homes, we will be revealing areas of the floor plan, an exterior rendering, and more! We’ve already started our reveal, so be sure to check out our Parade of Homes page and Facebook, then stay tuned for more reveals and news!

Quick Facts about the Finley

Type of Home: Split Bedroom Ranch
Square Footage: 2,302
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5

About Fox Meadow

Demlang Builders - Fox Meadow Subdivision
Fox Meadow can be found in Wisconsin’s largest village, Menomonee Falls. This sought after neighborhood is located adjacent to the Tamarack Preserve, the Village’s largest and highest quality urban green space. Just a short 15 minute drive northwest of Milwaukee, Menomonee Falls has all of the wonderful, charming qualities of a small town, yet has the modern conveniences of a larger metropolitan area. Check out our lots for sale in Fox Meadow.

2017 MBA Parade of Homes

2017 Parade of Homes
Save the date! This year’s MBA Parade of Homes will run from Saturday, August 12 through Monday, September 4. It will feature 18 builders, 22 homes, and three locations – Four Winds West in Hartland, Fox Meadow in Menomonee Falls, and Highlander Estates in Mequon. Tickets for the Parade of Homes allow entry into each subdivision once. They will be available at Parade entrances, online, and at several advance ticket locations. If you’re heading out to the Parade this year, be sure to read our blog for helpful tips!

About MBA

Metropolitan Builders Association
The Metropolitan Builders Association, located in Waukesha, WI, is a not-for-profit trade association that represents nearly 1,000 companies involved in the construction, development, and remodeling of single and multifamily housing and light commercial property in Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Jefferson, and Milwaukee counties.  Collectively, its members employ tens of thousands of workers in the Milwaukee area and conduct millions of dollars of business each year.  For more information, visit MBAonline.org or the Metropolitan Builders Association’s Facebook page.