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Homearama 2015 set to debut Spring Farm Lake subdivision

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The Spring Farm Lake subdivision will soon be flooded with almost 40,000 people, coming to buy, remodel or simply dream. The Spring Farm Lake subdivision will soon be flooded with almost 40,000 people, coming to buy, remodel or simply dream.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Since its inception back in 1968, Homearama has featured some very creative homes. With the housing market on the rebound, many of the officials at Homearama say this is the place to be. 

Whether you're in the market for a new home or just in need of inspiration HGTV may have met its match.

Hosted by the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville, Homearama will feature 11 custom built homes, ranging from $750,000 to $1.4 million.

Each home is filled with today's most sought after amenities.

"I think this year is the lake if you look out of all the houses. There are a couple of lakes out here and the views are just outstanding,” said Chuck Kavanaugh, Executive Vice President of the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville.

The Spring Farm Lake subdivision will soon be flooded with almost 40,000 people, coming to buy, remodel or simply dream.

"We've certainly struggled, obviously in the middle of the 2000s, depression in Louisville and across the country.  We’ve come back fairly well.  This year is much stronger than last year and we’ve seen an uptick in the interest in the higher priced new home product in the Louisville market this particular year," said Kavanaugh.

Out of the 11 homes, seven are already sold.

Deanna Brangers met a builder at last year's Homearama and fell in love with his work.

“We kind of outgrew our house a while back. We were just trying to find the right space and everything just came together when we realized we were going to be at Spring Farm Lakes,” said Brangers.

She's now the proud owner of this $1.4 million home that will be showcased to the public.

"We're just so excited.  I could just sit on the back porch and just stare into space for a long time. We spend a lot of time customizing the kids rooms, something that they would all want." Brangers shared.

Her youngest daughter, Ainslee, is obsessed with her new room.

“Because I have a tree house in there, she explained.”

With four houses still on the market and appliances, furniture and designs galore, you'll either leave with something new to take home or something new to dream about.

Homearama starts Saturday, July 11, through Sunday, July 26. Tickets are $10 per person for a single ticket. Children 12 and under are free with a paid adult.

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