Awards

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2018
Professional Builder Magazine:

2016
Home Builders Association of Lexington presents Grand Tour of Homes awarded The Ashlawn Estate with the following award:

  • 1st Place: Best Master Suite & Floor Plan from $1.1-1.2 Million

Home Builders Association of Lexington presented the following award at Salute to the Stars:

  • Energy Smart Builder Award of Excellence

2014
Home Builders Association of Lexington presented the following award at Salute to the Stars:

  • Energy Smart Builder Award of Excellence

2013
Home Builders Association of Lexington presented the following awards at Salute to the Stars:

  • HBAL Builder of the Year
  • HBAL Green Build Business of the Year
  • Energy Smart Builder Project of the Year
  • Best Floor Plan Under $150,000 (Purdue)
  • Best Floor Plan $150,000 to $225,000 (Chapel Hill)

Lexington Herald Leader:

  • Builder of the Month – March 2013

Grand Tour of Homes:

  • The Tulane – Best Floor Plan from $260,000-$279,999.
  • The Chapel Hill – Best Exterior from $150,000-$179,999.
  • The Chapel Hill – Best Kitchen from $150,000-$179,999.
  • The Chapel Hill – Best Floor Plan from $150,000-$179,999.
  • The Chapel Hill – Best Master Suite from $150,000-$179,999.
  • The Chapel Hill – Best Interior Features from $150,000-$179,999.
  • The Chapel Hill – Best Overall from $150,000-$179,999.

2012
Grand Tour of Homes:

  • Best Kitchen – 2792 Sullivans Trace

2010
Home Builders Association of Lexington presented the following awards at Salute to the Stars:

  • Best Green Built Home under $250,000
  • Best New Home Design under $150,000

Home Builders Association of Lexington presents Grand Tour of Homes awarded 548 East Fifth Street with the following awards:

  • 1st Place: Best Floor Plan
  • 2nd Place: Best Kitchen
  • 2nd Place: Best Owners Suite
  • 2nd Place: Best Interior Design

2009
Grand Tour of Homes:

  • Best New Home Design under $150,000 for the Berkley Plan

Lexington Business Magazine awarded:

  • 10th Largest Builder in Fayette County