Sunday • October 27, 2019 • 1pm-4pm
Enjoy Food and Fall Fun!
Bring the family to enjoy fall activities and open houses!
- Balloon Artist
- Halloween Games
- Pumpkin Painting
- Cider & Cookies
- Construction Paper Pumpkin Decorating
- Caramel Apple Station & Hot Chocolate
- 3 Pillar Homes
- Bob Webb
- GreenTech Construction
- Kenric Fine Homes
- P&D Builders
- Silvestri Homes
- Stonecliff Homes
- Cua Builders
- Custom Elite Homes
Meet with Builders to Discuss Your Dream Home!
Halloween Costumes Are Encouraged
The BIA Parade of Homes is officially underway at Evans Farm! Come tour homes and see the latest in building and design trends while learning more about the community of New Urbanism we’re building in Lewis Center.
When: July 13 – July 28, 2019
Monday – Saturday 11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am – 6:00 pm
Where: Evans Farm
1992 Lewis Center Road
Lewis Center, Ohio 43035
To purchase tickets, click here.
Click here to enter!
BIA Parade of Homes VIP Experience contest opens June 21st!
Celebrating 60 Years of Luxury Home Building with New Evans Farm Show Home 360
Written by: Scott Shively, Bob Webb Homes
For the past six decades, Bob Webb Homes has been building custom luxury homes for families in Central Ohio, and even with all of that experience the focus on innovation and cutting-edge home design has not wavered. Since our inception, our family-owned company has built thousands of homes. Each project is special to us and unique in its own way – especially the new homes we’re building in phase 1 of Evans Farm.
Bob Webb Homes is one of the oldest and most reputable luxury custom home builders in Ohio, known for our undeniable craftsmanship and unmatched attention to detail. We greatly value the reputation we have earned and are committed to making every home truly custom to you and your needs. Driven by a desire for innovative design, high standards of excellence and exceptional customer service, our team at Bob Webb Homes works with contractors and suppliers who share this passion – many of whom have been with the company since the very beginning.
We are a proud recipient of 20 Consumer’s Choice Awards for Best Custom Builder, and at last year’s BIA Parade of Homes, our own Ohio’s Most Impressive Show Home came away with 10 awards, more than any other home in the Parade. We also were voted as the Best Custom Home Builder in Columbus CEO’s Best of Business issue.
At the 2018 BIA Parade of Homes, the Bob Webb Show Home featured a large eat-in kitchen with custom island, our famous Messy Kitchen, a glamorous master bath, a spacious nanny suite, a retractable glass wall that opened up to a stunning patio, and of course, eye-catching curb appeal. https://bobwebb.com/project/ohios-impressive-show-home/
Our Show Home 360 at Evans Farm promises to be just as impressive and a perfect way to celebrate our 60th anniversary. You won’t want to miss an inch of this home which will leave visitors inspired to envision their own custom home within the Evans Farm community. To realize your vision for your dream home, contact us for a private tour. We’d be happy to show you around and help you design the luxury home you have worked so hard to achieve.
During phase 1, we will build four new inventory homes that will feature custom details Bob Webb is known for such as our Exclusive Messy Kitchen, which is a separate cooking space used to prepare food so your primary kitchen remains beautiful for entertaining. Our team will be building both custom homes as well as Simplified Living homes in Evans Farms. A Bob Webb custom home is truly one-of-a-kind and created to fit each individual homeowner’s needs. When selecting a Simplified Living home, a homeowner is choosing to enjoy life without the hassle of regular home maintenance – no mowing or snow shoveling required with this home style. It is important for us to build homes that work for your phase of life and that means allowing you more time spent with family and friends, traveling, entertaining and doing the things you want to do.
Although it was far from a “spring” preview, each Sunday in March attracted between 200-300 guests to our community to learn more about our neighborhoods and tour several homes. Evans Farm coordinated with eleven of our builders to open fifteen homes for public tours during our four-week event. All of these homes are in various stages of construction and were open to the public on Sundays for a few hours.
Each week, Evans Farm asked a local professional to open the day by speaking briefly about a topic related to our community. The topics ranged from the “2019 BIA Parade of Homes” to “The Parks at Evans Farm” to “The Commercial District” and finally “Building an Energy Efficient Home”. After the presentations, a short question and answer session took place and then all of the houses were open for viewing.
Since there was such a strong interest in this event, the Evans Farm staff and our builders have agreed to continue opening the homes to our guests for the month of April. We will coordinate with the builders to have several houses open April 7, 14 and 28 from 2-5pm.
BIA Parade of Homes breakdown
- 14 homes in the showcase
- 12 builders
- Price range of houses $700,000 to 1 Million +
- Wrap-a-round and double front porches
- Carriage house apartments over garages
- Outdoor living spaces
- Swimming pool
- 4-car garage
- Home theater room
- and many other unique features
“Under the Boardwalk”
One of the most popular features of Evans Farm will be the connectivity throughout the neighborhood. The boardwalk, found in the heart of Central Park will allow residents a shortcut to travel to nearby amenities. In addition, the 2019 BIA Parade of Homes’ visitors will have easy access to all 14 homes.
In keeping with our vision of sustainability, this boardwalk is constructed using mostly recycled materials. The Evans Farm staff reused old telephone poles that were pulled from the entrance of Evans Farm Drive for the foundation. The decking planks were milled from trees that were removed onsite.
Greenhouse & Nursery
Evans Farm’s greenhouse and nursery has been relocated since last growing season. It can be found on Shanahan Road, just north of North Road. Already this growing season we have several oaks, sycamores, buckeyes and other seeds planted. In addition, some of our older trees, in the nursery are starting to bud. It’s a good sign that spring is finally here!
Get Tough on Cancer
Written by: Larry Boord, Future resident & LLS advocate
Every three minutes, a person in the United States is diagnosed with a blood cancer. Every nine minutes, someone dies from cancer. Thankfully, there are individuals and organizations that are determined to change those facts.
Evans Farm and our neighbors will host a reception to raise funds for cancer research on Feb. 28thfrom 5-8 p.m. at the Evans Farm Corporate Office. Funds raised through Evans Farm’s community of residents, builders and supporters will help benefit Team Wolf Pack who is participating in Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Student of the Year campaign.
Students of the Year is a philanthropic leadership development programduring which students foster professional skills such as entrepreneurship, marketing, and project management as they raise funds for the fight against cancer. The coveted title of Student(s) of the Year is awarded to the candidate or co-candidate team that raises the most funds during the 7-week competition.
Team Wolf Pack is comprised of Sophomore Megan Grimshaw and Junior Jimmy Sauder from Worthington Kilbourne High School. Grimshaw and Sauder were nominated to run in this year’s competition and have recruited a team of friends and family to support their efforts. The Students of the Year competition runs from January 17th– March 8th. Winners will be announced at the Students of the Year Grand Finale Celebration on March 8that the Bluestone in Columbus.
As the world’s largest nonprofit dedicated to fighting blood cancers, LLS has invested more than $1.2 billion in pioneering cancer research over its 70-year history, driving breakthroughs in immunotherapy, genomics and personalized medicine. In the past two years alone, the FDA approved 39 blood cancer medications; LLS supported 34 of these. This research is saving lives. These revolutionary new treatments originally discovered through blood cancer research are now being tested in clinical trials for other cancers.
Several of the research projects at The Ohio State James Cancer Hospital & Solove Research Institute are supported by LLS in the fight to find a cure.
Join Evans Farm, our neighbors, Team Wolf Pack and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for a night of community while supporting the fight against cancer. Guests will enjoy refreshments from local community businesses, meet former OSU players and help make a difference in the fight against blood cancers.
Despite the colder weather and all of the snowfall, Evans Farm has shown a large amount of activity onsite. As of January 31, a total of 34 houses are under construction or complete. These houses are currently being built by 15 different builders on our preferred builder list or representing the 2019 BIA Parade of Homes.
These 34 houses are in various stages of construction. Among these there are spec homes that are for sale and could be occupied within the next 90 days. While others have been designed as a specific family’s dream home and are just getting the final touches. A recent drive through the development shows visitors that a few other homes have just begun construction.
These 34 houses are in various stages of construction. Among these there are spec homes that are for sale and could be occupied within the next 90 days.
While others have been designed as a specific family’s dream home and are just getting the final touches. A recent drive through the development shows visitors that a few other homes have just begun construction.
Community Improvement Projects
Last year, the Evans Farm staff was asked to visit Hyatts Middle School’s PBL (project-based learning) class to offer information to the students in developing an affordable and sustainable neighborhood. Recently, we were asked back to help the PBL students create physical and virtual models of numerous community improvements. We offered information regarding Evans Farm that focused on community improvements and amenities within our neighborhood. The 115 7thgrade students were very interested in learning more about the YMCA, park land, profitability, financing, among many other topics.
Students learned about the market demand for several community improvement that may be proposed. The presentation was broken into two main focuses, the commercial district and the parks/recreational amenities. Following the presentation, we utilized the remainder of our morning with more targeted questions asked by the students and sharing specific examples of plans and details of our community’s amenities. Our staff was very impressed with the maturity behind the questions and the thorough understanding of the development process.