Seaside Retreat announced Display Home of the year
The Seaside Retreat on display in Fern Bay was awarded the 2015 Display Home of the year under $450,000 at the prestigious Master Builders Association’s Excellence in Building Awards (Newcastle) on Friday night (4 September).
Highly sought after by reputable builders from across the Hunter region, the award recognises the architectural and craftsmanship excellence of the Seaside Retreat and the vibrant contribution McDonald Jones Homes makes to the residential building industry.
The major event took place at Wests Leagues Club amongst industry leaders and professionals from throughout the Hunter, Central Coast, Tamworth, Manning Great Lakes and Oxley regions of NSW.
“While awards aren’t really what McDonald Jones Homes is all about, we are driven by our commitment to our customers to provide the best when it comes to their new home. We treat every home as if it is our own and aim to achieve the level of quality and that feeling of connection with each space, that we ourselves desire in our homes,” McDonald Jones Homes Hunter Operations Manager, Matt Edwards said.
The Seaside Retreat has become a popular design for families looking for a home that intuitively flows from front to back and offers it all when it comes to balancing spaces for privacy and relaxation with areas designed for entertaining guests and drawing family together. Featuring four lavish bedrooms, including a Master Suite that is inspired by resort-style living, the Seaside Retreat really makes a statement about exceptional living.
According to representatives of the MBA “the Seaside Retreat combines all the best features of contemporary housing design with a generously proportioned and high quality family home. The completed house demonstrates the builder’s commitment to strive for perfection in design, craftsmanship and construction innovation.”
McDonald Jones Homes was also awarded for the Best Use of Ceramics on the evening for the ceramics featured in our Miami 16 Executive on display in Heritage Parc, which was a welcome compliment for the quality and luxury of that design.