Presented by The El Paso Association of Builders
Welcome To The Parade of Homes 2013
The El Paso Association of Builders invites you to the 2013 Parade of Homes, June 22 thru July 7th
Come see some of the most beautiful homes showcased by fourteen of the best home builders in El Paso. With homes starting in the 200’s, you can experience luxury living at the foothills of the gorgeous Franklin Mountains.
The 2013 edition of the Parade of Homes is being held at Cimarron a community with stuning views located on El Paso’s westside. Cimarron offers a unique living experience with custom homes that complement and enhance the well designed neighborhoods. Cimarron offers great homes built in great neighborhoods to create a high quality living experience. Designed to respect and preserve the natural beauty of the surrounding natural open spaces, Cimarron includes tree lined trails, sidewalks, parks, and preserved open spaces for residents to enjoy.
Tickets and Time
Monday – Friday 3pm – 7pm • Saturday & Sunday 11am – 7pm
Tickets will be available at the gate.
$5 Adults and Children Under 12 Free
About Cimarron and Driving Directions
Cimarron is close to everything, but far from ordinary. This community is on the west side of El Paso, set at the foothills of the beautiful Franklin Mountains with views of the Rio Grande river valley. With easy access to I-10 and Loop 375, Cimarron is about 15 minutes from downtown El Paso and less than 30 minutes from the airport, Fort Bliss, and Las Cruces, New Mexico. Residents will enjoy nearby quality shopping and recreational opportunities. Respected Canutillo Independent School District schools are also just minutes from your home and, a brand new pre-kindergarten through 8th grade school inside Cimarron is planned to open in 2014 (construction starting in early 2013). Grade-school children living in Cimarron will be able to walk to school.
For more info on Cimarron visit: www.liveatcimarron.com
To visit Cimarron:
I-10 West, exit Paseo Del Norte/Artcraft (right), to North Resler Drive (left), to Northern Pass Drive (right) into Cimarron or, go to the corner of Helen of Troy and Redd Road.