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Breckenridge builder sweeps awards at this year’s Parade of Homes

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SUMMIT COUNTY – Pinnacle Mountain Homes has swept its category in the 17th annual Parade of Homes, sponsored by the Summit County Builders Association.Pinnacle, which just last week was named 2012 Builder of the Year in the custom home category by Builder Magazine , earned all the awards in the category of single-family homes from 2,000 square feet to 5,000 square feet for its home at 138 Topaz Road (House #1) in Silverthorne. Earlier this month, Pinnacle Mountain Homes made Inc. Magazine’s annual list of “America’s Fastest Growing Companies.” Pinnacle also was named “Best Overall” in the category of homes more than 6,000 square feet for its home at 0952 Gold Run Road, Breckenridge (House #13).Other big winners include Raptor Construction, which earned numerous accolades and won “Best Overall” in the Remodel Category (House #7), and Michael F. Gallagher, who received multiple awards and won “Best Overall” in the category of single-family homes from 5,001 square feet to 6,000 square feet (House #12).This year’s Parade of Homes includes new single-family construction, homes that have had extensive renovations, affordable multi-family housing and luxury multi-family housing. Homes are open to the public from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. this weekend and next. Tickets that can be exchanged for wristbands are available at the City Markets in Breckenridge and Dillon, as well as most of the homes.The Energy Star Award – presented by High Country Conservation Center – was given to the Summit Housing Development Corporation for units at the Valley Brook neighborhood in Breckenridge. The Summit Housing Development Corp. also won “Best Overall” in its category of multi-family homes under $1 million.The public has the option of picking their favorite home in the People’s Choice award category and votes can be placed at http://www.mountainliving.com. Proceeds from the Parade of Homes benefit The Summit Foundation.

Exterior Design and Elevation: Pinnacle Mountain Homes & Valdez Architects, P.C.Kitchen: Decker Custom HomesMaster Bedroom Suite: Pinnacle Mountain Homes & Valdez Architects, P.C.Interior Finishes: Pinnacle Mountain Homes Design Team & Scott and Debra MichaudInterior Furnishings: Decker Custom HomesLandscaping and Outdoor Living Space: Decker Custom HomesBuilder Concept & Workmanship: Pinnacle Mountain HomesBest Overall: Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Exterior Design and Elevation: Michael F. Gallagher, ArchitectKitchen: Michael F. Gallagher, ArchitectMaster Bedroom Suite: Michael F. Gallagher, ArchitectInterior Finishes: Connie Stafford, BreckenridgeInterior Furnishings: NorthPoint Design Studio, Hayward, Wisc.Landscaping and Outdoor Living Space: Fazendin BrothersBuilder Concept & Workmanship: Alan Evans, Elevation Building Group

Exterior Design and Elevation: Pinnacle Mountain Homes and RAW ArchitectureKitchen: Pinnacle Mountain Homes and RAW ArchitectureMaster Bedroom Suite: Pinnacle Mountain Homes and RAW ArchitectureInterior Finishes: Pinnacle Mountain Homes & Maureen McGuire InteriorsInterior Furnishings: Pinnacle Mountain Homes & Maureen McGuire InteriorsLandscaping and Outdoor Living Space: Pinnacle Mountain Homes & RAW ArchitectureBuilder Concept & Workmanship: Pinnacle Mountain HomesBest Overall: Pinnacle Mountain Homes

Structural Alterations: Raptor ConstructionExterior Aesthetics – Non-structural alterations: Raptor ConstructionInterior Architectural Alterations: Raptor ConstructionInterior Aesthetic Alterations: Design One Interiors, Beverly VossSustainability: Raptor ConstructionBest Overall: Raptor ConstructionSecond-place, Home Remodels:Structural Alterations: Colorado Building Company and Michael Shult ArchitectExterior Aesthetics-Non-structural alterations: Colorado Building Company and Michael Shult ArchitectInterior Architectural Alterations: Design One Interiors, Beverly VossInterior Aesthetics: Raptor ConstructionSustainability: Beverly Voss & Liam Cassidy

Best Value: Boulevard Bend CorporationBest Location: One Ski Hill PlaceBest View: TIE, Boulevard Bend Corporation, One Ski Hill PlaceOverall Floor Plan: Boulevard Bend CorporationCurb Appeal: One Ski Hill PlaceCommunity Amenities: Boulevard Bend CorporationBest Overall: Boulevard Bend Corporation

Best Value: Compass Homes DevelopmentBest Location: Summit Housing Development CorporationBest View: Summit Housing Development CorporationOverall Floor Plan: Summit Housing Development CorporationCurb Appeal: Summit Housing Development CorporationCommunity Amenities: Summit Housing Development CorporationBest Overall: Summit Housing Development CorporationSecond place, multi-family homes valued at less than $1 million:Value: Summit Housing Development CorporationLocation: Boulevard Bend CorporationView: Boulevard Bend CorporationOverall Floor Plan: Compass Homes DevelopmentCurb Appeal: Compass Homes DevelopmentCommunity Amenities: Boulevard Bend Corporation


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