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Local homes win Judge’s Choice award in Utah Valley Parade of Homes

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The 2018 Utah Valley Parade of Homes featured 33 homes in Utah County, from Payson to Lehi. Judges awarded prizes for homes divided into tiers according to their price point. Several of the winners were in South Utah County.

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Tier 1 ($270,000 – $390,000): Green Tech Construction “Ivie” – Home number 8, located (1004, Scenic Drive, Spanish Fork)

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Tier 2 ($399,000 – $485,000): Sweetwater Homes “Sage Vista” – Home number 23

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Tier 3: ($495,000 – $550,000) Millhaven Select “The Jordanelle” – Home number 18

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Tier 4: ($775,000 – $850,000) Ezra Lee Design + Build “Modern Farmhouse” – 28

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Tier 5: ($950,000 – $1.1 Million) Chatwin Homes “Wolf Point” – Home number 12 (2255 N, 1450 E, Provo)

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Tier 6: ($1.4 Million – $1.6 Million) Raykon Construction “Meraki” – Home number 4 (1109 S, Harvest Ridge Dr, Salem)

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Tier 7: (Over $1.8 Million) Jerry Stubbs Construction “Scenic Overlook” – Home number 6 (1004 Scenic Drive, Spanish Fork)

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For detailed information on each home, please visit https://uvparade.com. The Utah Valley Parade of Homes is a highly attended annual event under the direction of the Utah Valley Home Builders Association. Over 26,000 visitors canvas the entire valley over a period just short of three weeks to admire the construction and design of each of these homes. To learn more about the UVHBA please visit www.uvhba.com.

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