Winners of 20th annual Summit County Parade of Homes announced
The Summit County Builders Association hosted its awards reception for the 20th annual Summit County Parade of Homes on Friday, Sept. 19. Representatives from building and related industries filled the Silverthorne Pavilion for the event. Fifteen properties took place in this year’s Parade of Homes.
The Builders Association presented 36 awards in six 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.
In the multi-family category, there were two properties represented. The Compass Homes duplex at 201 Fly Line Drive in Silverthorne received the awards for overall floor plan, and sustainability. The townhome unit at the Alders in Keystone, built by Summit Homes Construction, located at 40 Independence Lane, received the awards for best curb appeal, best interior finishes, best interior furnishings by Mountain Comfort Furnishing and overall best design for the multi-family projects.
In the remodel category were two renovated condominiums. Cornerstone Creations and Pisces Builders took the award for sustainability for their project at 306 W. Lodgepole St., #5 in Dillon. Cabernet Construction and Harmony Interiors took the awards for structural alterations, interior architectural alterations, interior aesthetic alterations and the award for overall best for a remodeled property at 1374 Broken Lance Drive, #7 in Breckenridge.
In the 2,000 to 2,999 square foot category, Thebeau Construction won for their home at 24 Tarn Trail. It is a home in Blue River which is a model of compact, efficient and cost-effective design. Equinox Architecture, Gregory Door and Window, and Egolf Interiors were involved in the success of this project.
The next category of 4,000 to 4,999 square foot, included homes built by Raptor Construction and CBI Homebuilding. The best interior furnishings award was presented to Raptor Construction and Tami Strachan for their home at 70 Pheasant Tale Lane in Silverthorne. Best exterior design and elevation, best kitchen, best interior finishes, landscaping, builder concept and workmanship and overall best in the category also went to Raptor Construction. The best master bedroom suite was won by CBI Homebuilding for their home in Breckenridge at 970 Forest Hills Drive.
There were five homes in the 5,000 to 5,999 square foot category, Raptor Construction (280 Two Cabins), Hess Custom Homes (197 Wild Irishman), Fazendin Brothers Colorado (41 Wolf Rock Road), Apex Mountain Homes (111 Victory Lane) and Pinnacle Mountain Homes (282 Peerless Drive). Pinnacle Mountain Homes and bhh Partners Planning and Architecture won the awards for the best exterior design and elevation. Best kitchen design went to the Fazendin Brother and Basket of Geneva. The home at 41 Wolf Rock also won for best interior finishes, interior furnishings (Diane Marek and Joanie Franken Concepts and Designs), landscaping (Raindrops on Roses), landscaping and outdoor living space (Hood Landscaping), best builder concept and workmanship and overall best home.
Pinnacle Mountain Home (373 Timber Trail), Devigne Developing (158 Stillson Placer Terrace) and Double Diamond Property and Construction were the three homes in the 6,000 square foot and over category. Devigne Developing and Michael Shult, Architect received the best design and elevation award, while Pinnacle Mountain Homes was given best master bedroom suite and landscaping and outdoor living space (2V’s Landscaping). The best interior finishes award was given to Double Diamond Property and Construction as well as the best kitchen award, best interior finishes (Abigail-Elise Interiors), best interior furnishings (Associates III Interior Design), best concept and workmanship, and best overall.
As determined by High Country Conservation Center and presented by Summit County Builders Association, an Energy Conservation award was presented to Thebeau Construction for their project at 24 Tarn Trail.
Proceeds from the Parade of Homes benefit The Summit Foundation, a local nonprofit organization.
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