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Greater Orlando Builders Association Announces 69th Annual Parade of Homes on June 18-26, 2022

GOBA Parade of Homes

Mayura Manor, Showcase Home By Turning Leaf Custom Homes

ORLANDO, Fla. (Jan. 28, 2022) – The Greater Orlando Builders Association (GOBA), the authority, educator and promoter of the housing and building industry, announces the dates for the 69th annual Parade of Homes Orlando. Central Floridians are invited to experience 50+ of the best of the best homes and apartment communities throughout greater Orlando during the FREE, self-guided tour Sat., June 18 through Sun., June 26, 2022.

Parade of Homes Orlando showcases Central Florida’s most inspiring homebuilders, designers and apartment communities. Discover innovations in homebuilding, architectural design, energy efficiency, smart homes, outdoor living, interior style, remodeling and pool design.

New Homes. Remodels. Inspirational Designs. Apartment Communities. 

Whether you’re looking for a new home or apartment, wish to re-imagine your current space or are searching for a spark of inspiration, the 69th Annual Parade of Homes Orlando is open to everyone interested and enthused by stylish home design. In partnership with the Apartment Association of Greater Orlando (AAGO), apartment communities are included in the Parade offering an array of amenities and impressive floorplans throughout Central Florida.

 Showcase Home: Mayura Manor by Turning Leaf Custom Homes 

Mayura Manor is the vision of homeowners Monica and Kiran Tipirneni, designed by Sirilla Design Group, and brought to life by the talented team at Turning Leaf Custom Homes. This 4,330 square foot ENERGY STAR Certified Home is filled with energy-efficiencies and design excellence with remarkable layout, navigation, smart technology, functionality, and style.

The two-story, transitional Dutch farmhouse also features a summer kitchen, courtyard pool, casita, detached two-car garage with Tesla charging stations and many more impressive characteristics for the custom Winter Park manor. Mayura means peacock in the native Sanskrit language of the Tipirnenis and is most fitting for the area and pays homage as the national bird of India.

All Turning Leaf Custom Homes are built with Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) walls to provide superior energy efficiency, safety, indoor air quality, and sound attenuation while featuring award-winning design and construction. Additionally, this state-of-the-art home is designed specifically to Florida Green Building Coalition Platinum certification.

“Today’s homeowners are searching for homes to be earth-friendly, healthy, safe, and beautiful. We focus on the homeowners needs and aspirations and take great pride in the final outcome,” said John Riddle, vice president of Turning Leaf Custom Homes.

 Let’s Parade 

Set to debut with 2022 Parade entries later this spring, the website is the go-to resource to find home and builder information, individual entry daily hours, and more. Search for entries and plan your Parade route by visiting www.ParadeOfHomesOrlando.com.

 Stay Social 

For more information follow #ParadeofHomesOrlando on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.


About Greater Orlando Builders Association (GOBA) 

Greater Orlando Builders Association (GOBA) is the authority, educator and promoter of the housing and building industry representing more than 700 members and 44,000 employees. Since 1953, GOBA has served the construction industry in Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties. The intention is to foster an environment within the association and within our neighborhoods to create opportunities for building relationships, businesses and communities while balancing economic, social and environmental needs of our members and communities served. For more information, visit www.greaterorlandoba.com and @BuildOrlando on social media platforms.


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