2013 Parade of Homes winners announced | SummitDaily.com

2013 Parade of Homes winners announced

Daily News staff report
The Summit County Builders Association presented 33 awards in four categories. This year the homes were divided by square footage. They were judged on 34 criteria to determine the best in exterior design and elevation, kitchen, master suite, interior finishes, interior furnishings, landscaping and outdoor living space and builder concept and workmanship awards.

Breck Ironworks swept all the awards in the 1,200- to 3,500-square-foot category with a mixed-development project with unique features built into the home for the owner and his pets. Architect Michael Shult was recognized for Exterior Design and Elevation. Cornerstone Creations was acknowledged for the Best Kitchen. Danco Built, MK Development and Kenny Thaemert were involved in the Builder Concept & Workmanship award.

The next category — 4,000- to 5,000-square-foot homes — included residences built by Mountain Log Homes of Colorado, McCrerey Fine Homes and Greg Hess Contracting. The Best Interior Furnishings award was presented to Stephen Falke Interior Design in McCrerey Fine Homes. Greg Hess Contracting won Best Kitchen award given to Cutting Edge Woodworking; Best Master Suite award went to Greg Hess Contracting and More Space Place; and the Interior Finishes award also was given to Greg Hess Contracting.

Mountain Log Homes of Colorado and Brian Wray won awards for Exterior Design and Elevation for Mountain Log Homes. The Landscaping & Outdoor Living Space award was presented to Mountain Log Homes and 2 V’s Landscaping, Brian Wray & Tom Vitalone. Mountain Log Homes and Brian Wray took away the Builder Concept & Workmanship award. The Best Overall award in this category went to Greg Hess Contracting.

There were two homes in the 5,300- to 6,500-square-foot category — Pinnacle Mountain Homes (67 Rounds Road) and Apex Mountain Homes. Pinnacle Mountain Homes received the Best Interior Finishes award and Best Landscaping & Outdoor Living Space award, which was presented to Mary Hart Design. Apex Mountain Homes won awards for Best Exterior Design & Elevation, Best Kitchen, Best Master Suite, Best Interior Furnishings, Best Builder & Workmanship and Best Overall in this category.

Pinnacle Mountain Home (19 Peak 8 Court) and Devigne Developing made up the 7,000- to 8,500-square-foot category. Devigne Developing received the Best Interior Furnishings award. Pinnacle Mountain Homes was given Best Exterior Design & Elevation, presented to BHH Partners; Best Kitchen award, presented to Cutting Edge Woodworking; Best Master Suite, Best Interior Finishes, and Best Landscaping & Outdoor Living Space awards, presented to Rocky Mountain Landscape; and Best Builder Concept & Workmanship award and Best Overall award.

As determined by High Country Conservation Center and presented by Summit County Builders Association, an energy award was presented to Mountain Log Homes of Colorado for its features in sustainability and energy efficiency. The log home was built to Energy Star specifications and registered a 54 on the HERS index.

The Summit Association of Realtors recognized Apex Mountain Homes with the Best Winery (Home for Women to Gather) award and Pinnacle Mountain Homes (19 Peak 8 Court) with Best Man Cave award. The Realtor Choice award was presented to Devigne Developing, as chosen by the members of Summit Association of Realtors.

Mountain Living Magazine’s Peak award was presented to McCrerey Fine Homes for its outstanding mountain design.

For more information call (970) 668-6013 or visit summitcountybuilders.org/paradeofhomes.

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