Homearama opens this weekend in Liberty Twp.

LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, OH (FOX19) - Homearama, one of the country's longest-running home shows, begins this weekend at Carriage Hill in Liberty Township.

The show opens at noon on July 13 and runs through Sunday, July 28.

"This year's show features a dramatic sunken home theatre, an indoor basketball court, a spectacular home library, stunning architecture including a 16 ft. turret and cupola, trendy outdoor living spaces and themed bedrooms," said Dan Dressman, Executive Director of the Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati (HBA).

Six homes will be on display and are priced from $850,000 to over $1.2 million.  For the first time in the 51-year history of the show, all homes have been pre-sold.  The Carriage Hill community's focal point is a historic (circa 1882) brewery carriage house. It's surrounded by a beautiful landscape of lakes, woodlands and walking paths, spread over 400 acres.

HOMEARAMA® tickets can be purchased for $13 at the gate. Discount tickets for $11 can be purchased in advance at area Kroger stores or can be obtained with a valid AAA membership card at the gate.  It's open from 4 to 10 p.m., Monday through Thursday and noon to 10 p.m., Friday through Sunday.  Children 12-and-under accompanied by an adult are free. Onsite parking is also free.  Food and beverages can be purchased at the show.

Carriage Hill is located at 6306 Princeton Glendale Road.

Visit www.CincyBuilders.com  for more details.

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