The Lincoln Trail Home Buil­ders Association Parade of Homes features five homes on this year’s tour.

One home is from Murrell Homes, two from Bran­ting­ham Builders and two from The Ferguson Company.

“We are super excited about our parade of homes this year,” said Susan Hood, Lincoln Trail Home Builders Association executive officer.

Each home has different styles and layouts, she said.

Parade visitors can start at any home and proceed in any order. Tickets can be purchased at any of the homes and cost $5 each. Children 12 and younger are free with an adult ticket purchase.

The tour is from 3 to 7 p.m. Friday, noon to 7 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

“We have some outstanding builders and it’s so impressive to see their thought process and pull ideas from it,” Hood said.

If you are remodeling or build­ing a home, it’s a place to get good ideas, she said.

Builders are at the homes to answer questions and give information about where you can get some of the finishes and other elements used in the design, she said.

All the homes have Eliza­beth­town addresses.

Listed on the maps as Home No. 1 is an open concept ranch-style residence at 111 Calumet Loop in Ash­brook Estates of Cowley Cros­sing. It is built by Philip Murrell of Murrell Homes.

It features five bedrooms, three baths. The home is 1,800 square feet on the main floor with a 1,200 square foot finished basement.

The kitchen features wooden cabinets with a natural finish that give a barnwood look. In the basement, there is a large projector screen theater room with a bar area for entertaining.

The home also features a covered back deck.

Homes No. 2 and No. 3 are built by Paul Brantingham of Brantingham Builders.

House No. 2 is at 171 Charleston Way in Mag­no­lia Farms right off Patriot Parkway. It’s a four-bedroom home with, three-and-a-half bathrooms. It is 2,402 square feet on the main level with a 1,538-square-foot finished base­ment.

There are hardwood floors throughout the main level and has coffered ceilings.

The kitchen features white cabinetry that gives it a sleek, clean look with quartz countertops.

There are many wooden built-­in features that offer stor­age and shelving. A small library room sits off the main family area with floor to ceiling bookshelves. The dark col­or­ed walls with board and batten wall trim treatment gives the master and basement a stately look.

Home No. 3 is found at 1753 St. John Road in the Corbit Subdivision. It is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home with 2,300 square feet on the main level and 2,300 square feet of unfinished basement space.

It is described as a modern farmhouse ranch. There are wooden beams in the bedroom and the kitchen features a wooden butcher block top to the island.

Built-in shelves are featured around an electric fireplace and the back deck offers extended entertaining space including a large lounging swing.

Homes No. 4 and No. 5 were built by Charles Ferguson of The Ferguson Company.

House No. 4 is at 2907 West Rhudes Creek Road in Boxelder Estates. The 2,104 square foot home has four bedrooms and three baths.

The Craftsman-style home features two master suites and custom-stamped concrete on the front and back porch. Showers in the two masters feature a rustic look to the tile that mimic wood and stone. The home also features some natural wood designs on the fireplace mantel and serving shelf.

The porches feature a wood­en ceiling that pops next to the blue siding.

The address of House No. 5 is 250 Thousand Oaks Drive and it’s in the Thousand Oaks Sub­di­vi­sion not far from Ky. 210.

The four-bedroom, three-­and-a-half bath home is 2,494 square feet on the main level with a 1,600-square-foot basement.

The Craftsman-style home features barn doors, custom clos­et shelving and an office and exercise room in the basement.

Special features in the kit­chen include a robin’s egg blue glass look tile that adds a pop of color and a wooden range hood that stands out in the cabinetry. There is a large kitchen island for prep space and eating.

The home also features popular shiplap details.

For more information about the Parade of Homes, call 270-234-1706 or go to lincolntrailhba.com.

Becca Owsley can be reached at 270-505-1740 or bowsley@thenewsenterprise.com.