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Two builders sweep awards in Summit County Parade of Homes

Daily News staff report

SUMMIT COUNTY – Fazendin Brothers and One Ski Hill Place, A RockResort, swept their respective categories in the 16th annual 2010 Parade of Homes, sponsored by the Summit County Builders Association.In its category, Fazendin Brothers took every individual award and won “Best Overall” for Home #6 at 620 Two Cabins Drive in Silverthorne. Likewise, in the multi-family category, Vail Resorts took every individual award and won “Best Overall” for Home #8, One Ski Hill Place at the base of the ski resort on Ski Hill Road in Breckenridge.Thebeau Construction took six individual awards and won “Best Overall” in its category for Home #11 at 508 Mountain View, Blue River. Other multiple award winners in that category include Apex Mountain Homes for Home #2 at 1105 Bald Eagle in Silverthorne, and Carlson Builders Inc./Matthew Stais Architects for Home #17 at 510 Wellington Road in Breckenridge.Dana Covert Contracting & Bostad International won “Best Overall” in their category for Home #4 at 31 Red Buffalo Trail in Silverthorne. Another entry winning multiple individual awards was Double Diamond Property & Construction Services for Home #22 at 172 Sunshine Ridge Lane, Breckenridge.In its category, J&E Development won “Best Overall” for Home #12 at 170 Regal Circle in Blue River. Multiple awards also went to Home #14 built by Level One Building Company at 36 Lakecrest Drive in Blue River.Judges also took note of two “green” residences built with energy efficiency in mind, including the net-zero-energy home built by Apex Mountain Homes at 1105 Bald Eagle (Home #2) and the home built by Carlson Builders Inc./Matthew Stais Architects at 510 Wellington Road (Home #17).This year’s Parade of Homes features 23 homes in Silverthorne, Frisco, Breckenridge and Blue River. The homes are open to the public the last two weekends in September. Tickets are $10 and are available at City Markets in Breckenridge and Dillon. Proceeds from ticket sales go to benefit The Summit Foundation.