Get a Peek Inside Connecticut’s Newest Communities During Parade of Homes


GUILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — This Sunday, October 23, the public will have the opportunity to tour some of Connecticut’s newest communities during the Parade of Homes.

The event is sponsored by the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Central Connecticut (HBRA), and gives some of the finest builders and developers in our state the opportunity to showcase innovative ideas, special design features, dynamic floor plans and fine craftsmanship.

The Parade of Homes is a self-driven tour that takes place from 12pm to 5pm. Participants will visit homes in Guilford, Branford and North Haven. Whether you’re a first-time home buyer or a retiree, the event will showcase homes for everyone. For more information about Parade of Homes, visit

To get a sneak peek inside each of the five unique communities that will be featured on the tour, check out the five videos on this page.


The Residences at 66 High Street are located in Connecticut’s premiere shoreline town of Guilford. They feature high end loft style living located within walking distance to beaches, the historic town green, train station, and marina.


The Riverwalk in Branford was named the best active adult community in Connecticut by the HBRA. The 55 plus community is nestled in a 60-acre parcel surrounded by trees, streams and views of the Branford River.


Located in North Haven, Lexington Gardens is the perfect community for first-time home buyers, empty nesters and busy families. The community features twelve different styles that can be customized to suit your needs.


Set among the rolling hills and woodlands of North Haven, Summer Wind Estates is ideal for 55 plus individuals looking for a vibrant community. The neighborhood features 18 homes, all with first floor master bedrooms.


The homes in Pierpont Hill in North Haven feature open concept interiors that rival the urban vibe of the trendiest city loft. High end features like under-cabinet lighting and smudge-free stainless steel appliances come standard in the base model.

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OneHope wines give back half of the profits to variety of charities.  For example, the chardonnay helps fund clinical trial for a women with breast cancer.  There will be a tasting at 5 locations for the Parade of Homes tour on Oct 23rd.

ONEHOPE was founded in 2007 by a small group of passionate entrepreneurs with a vision to make the world a better place. They’ve created an award winning collection of wines, gifts, and other gourmet products, with every item providing a built-in donation to our meaningful cause partners. Each wine varietal is linked to a charity, a carefully vetted non-profit organization, that it supports. The wines fund such worthy causes as: environmental reforestation, Autism research and ABA therapy, cancer research and treatment trials, combating childhood hunger, and veteran support (among many others). They make it easy for individuals to give back through everyday purchases and in so doing, make social impact an integral part of your lifestyle. With their wine tastings, a host/hostess selects a tax registered non-profit of their choosing to receive 15% of sales generated from their party.

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Cyclone Home Systems started in 1973 as a Central Vacuum company. They  have since expanded into Alarm System installation, surveillance systems, smart home automation, Audio/Video/Home Theater, Glass Shower Doors and Enclosures, Custom cut mirrors and bath accessories.

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