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2022 Homearama Official Press Release 8.10.22


Homearama Set for The Hamlet at Norton Commons

Highly sought-after homes in the new Oldham County section will feature the latest trends and smart home conveniences


PROSPECT, Ky. (Aug. 10, 2022) Homearama, the annual showcase of custom-built homes organized by the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville (BIA), is returning to Norton Commons for the fifth time in the show’s history. The event will be held Sept. 10-25 in The Hamlet, a 158-acre addition to the community’s North Village extending into Oldham County that provides for a more rural feel with larger lots and less density than Jefferson County sections of Norton Commons. 


The 2022 tour will consist of ten homes that feature the latest trends in interior styles and smart home conveniences. The show site is adjacent to a park, complete with walking paths, planters filled, a stone seating area, and a covered pavilion.


“When we announced The Hamlet a few years ago, the phone rang off the hook,” said Charles Osborn III, managing director of Norton Commons. “The lots are stunning and situated near a lake, fields, and mature wooded areas.  The award-winning school district in Oldham County also has major appeal.  The momentum has continued right up to Homearama – all the homes in the upcoming show have been sold.”


The Norton Commons North Village is slated to be one of the largest geothermal communities in the U.S., and all ten Homearama homes are equipped with state-of-the-art geothermal technology, eliminating the need for outdoor air conditioning units and their associated operating noise, while also improving the overall enjoyment of a home’s outdoor space and providing energy cost savings for homeowners.


Norton Commons, which hosted Homearama in 2021, (and virtually in 2020), sits on almost 600 acres and is currently home to over 1800 residences, 100+ businesses, three schools, and dozens of parks, pools and green spaces.  The community is built around the new urbanism movement, which promotes the creation of a diverse, walkable, and vibrant community.


“We are thrilled to be back at Norton Commons,” said Juva Barber, Executive Vice President of BIA.  “This community consistently attracts the largest crowds to Homearama.  There is nothing like it in the region.”


2022 homebuilders include Castlebuilt Homes, Bentley Homes, Mason Construction & Development, Hardy Builders, Ramage Company, Leo Thieneman & Sons, Caliber Homes & Remodeling, Joe Kroll Builders, and Built by Mastercraft Homes.


The Homearama tour at The Hamlet at Norton Commons is open Sept. 10-25, weekdays 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Saturdays 10 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sundays 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tickets are available at During the show, tickets can also be purchased onsite at the Homearama entrance at Norton Commons. Parking is free. No pets are allowed. Ticket gates close a half hour prior to closing time.


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About Norton Commons:
Norton Commons is Louisville’s first Traditional Neighborhood Development (“TND”). Planned TNDs are the cornerstone of the new urbanism movement, which promotes the creation and restoration of diverse, walkable and vibrant mixed-use communities assembled in an integrated fashion, resulting in a complete community. Norton Commons sits on almost 600 acres in northeast Jefferson County, Kentucky and is currently home to over 1800 residences, 100+ businesses, three schools, and dozens of parks, pools and green spaces. In 2019 won the Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) Charter Award, the preeminent prize for excellence for urban design that embody and advance the principles of the Charter of the New Urbanism. In 2020 Norton Commons was named the “Best Mixed-Use, Single Family Community” at the Best in American Living™ Awards (BALA) by the National Association of Homebuilders (NAHB).

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Homearama returns to Norton Commons in new Oldham County section | WDRB 

Homearama is returning to Norton Commons for a fifth time this fall. The 2022 tour will include 10 homes that are near a park in The Hamlet — a 158-acre addition to Norton Common that extends into Oldham County. 


This year's showcase, put on by the Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville, will take place from Sept. 10-25. It runs from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays, on Saturdays from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., and Sundays from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. 

All of the homes that are part of this year's Homearama have already been sold, according to developers, who say The Hamlet section is popular. (Read More)

This custom farmhouse-style home at The Hamlet in Norton Commons is a Homearama stunner | Courier Journal

The house at 11408 River Beauty Loop is located in The Hamlet, an exclusive Oldham County section of Norton Commons. Built, designed, and furnished by Mason ConstructionLibby H Design Studio, and Cherry House Inc., the brand-new, modern farmhouse-style home is one of 10 on the 2022 Homearama tour, an annual Louisville event that showcases custom-built new homes at a single site. (Read More) Lennie Omalza, Courier Journal

Homearama Returns To Louisville | Wave 3

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) - Homearama is back for it’s 5th year in the Norton Commons. Hundreds of people came out to see this year’s 10 featured homes Saturday. ”This is a fabulous place to come look at the latest in technology, the latest in styles and trends when it comes to homebuilding,” Charles Osborn III, from Norton Commons said. The Building Industry Association of Greater Louisville (BIA) returns the show. This year’s tour is in “The Hamlet,” a 158-acre addition to Norton Commons’ North Village extending into Oldham County. (Read More) Kennedy Hayes, Wave 3 

Sneak Peak: Homearama returns to Norton Commons for 5th year | WLKY

Homearama Returns To Norton Commons With ‘State-Of-The-Art Geothermal Technology’ | Leo Weekly

Three big trends to watch at 2022 Homerama in Norton Commons (PHOTOS) | Louisville Business First


We took a peek inside the luxury homes at this year's show in Oldham County, where some of the interior designers and homebuilders detailed the latest trends they've incorporated into the homes. (Read More) Eleanor Tolbert, Louisville Business First

This craftsman-style Homearama home looks unlike anything else in Norton Commons | Courier Journal

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