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The 2017 Horizons Tour of Homes highlights three communities

Thinking of building a new home? The 2017 Horizons Tour of Homes continues July 20-23 in three communities.

The on-site show takes place in Amherst, Clarence and Lancaster. It’s is a great way to see the craftsmanship of the area’s most-recognized builders all at one time. Hours are Thursday and Friday, from 3 to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cost is $7 for admission and includes all 15 homes by 12 builders. Tickets are available at or at any of the homes in the show.

Here are the featured Horizons homes:

Albert V. Randaccio Builder will show “The Lexington” (5191 Anfield Rd.) in Clarence. The patio home in Harris Hill Commons includes a no maintenance exterior, and luxury appointments like quartz counters and hardwood flooring.

Essex Homes will showcase two homes. “The Weston” (72 Tranquility Ct.) in Lancaster’s picturesque Cross Creek Estates is a single-family home that includes a professional-style kitchen and luxury master suite.

Essex Homes also shows two homes, one in Lancaster and the other in Clarence.

“The Eastbrook” (9072 Bancroft Dr.) luxury patio home in Clarence’s Essex Greens at Waterford includes appointments like a modern kitchen, sunroom and first floor laundry.

Heartland Homes will show the “Primrose” (5424 Alderbrook Lane) in Clarence. The contemporary floor plan provides lots of natural light. Heartland Homes also include current trends like wine cellars, total home automation and outdoor living spaces.

IQ Modular will show a home at 1355 Ransom Rd. in Lancaster. IQ’s brand-new, customized-modular homes bring the benefits of modular construction to a local factory.

JAMCO Development will show “The Diamante” (5921 Corinne Lane) in Clarence. The elegant design features a functional layout including a kitchen with plenty of counter and cabinet space. The master suite includes an impressive shower and a covered balcony.

Julius Blum Builders “The Marmont” (9667 Sandcherry Court) in Clarence follows a French country design for a modern take on classic rustic style with natural stone, antique stucco and more. A custom-built kitchen, and elegant dining and great room are some of the home’s signature features.

Jurek Custom Builders “Tuscan Villa III” (9714 Foxglove Court) in Clarence highlights a blend of European and American architectural elements. The master suite includes a fireplace, a spa-like bath and a spacious deck.

MJ Peterson/Tucker Homes “The Prescott” (5151 Anfield Rd.) in Clarence includes a large kitchen and working peninsula adjacent to the great room that features a fireplace. A covered patio adds to the useable outdoor space.

Morgan Homes “The Elizabet” (50 Van Pelt Court) in East Amherst blends modern and traditional styles and features a kitchen built for entertaining. A covered back porch with a fireplace and a fireplace in the great room make this home a personal retreat.

Natale Builders will show two homes in East Amherst. This great room is in the Messina model.

Natale Builders will show two homes in East Amherst. The first is “The Bordeaux” (140 Avalon Meadows) with a walk-in pantry, great room fireplace and master bedroom with glamour bath. At “The Messina” (165 Nicole Court), hardwood flooring, condominium tax savings and maintenance-free living are some of the many attractive features.

Regency Builders also has two homes in the show. In Amherst, the “Montana” (74 Ashdale Circle) is a custom-built home with a custom kitchen with marble countertops and upgraded Jenn-Air appliances. In Clarence, the “Fairview” (4571 Gentwood Dr.) is a custom-built, two-bedroom, two-bath patio home with custom kitchen cabinets, spa bath and two car side load garage.

Tesmer Builders will present “The Leslie” (9695 Golden Aster Ct.) in Clarence. The home offers maintenance-free living with reduced taxes. A gourmet kitchen, hardwood flooring, two fireplaces and a gourmet kitchen are just some of the many amenities.

Horizons 2017

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