We take great pride in winning a top award in the ‘Best Small Housebuilder’ category, for the third year running
The What House? Awards, now in their 33rd year, were presented this year at a glamorous ceremony at The Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair on Friday, November 21st 2014, in front of the industry elite.
Antler Homes won the Gold Award in Best Small Housebuilder category in both 2012 and 2013 and came very close to retaining its title in this fiercely competitive category by winning the Silver Award 2014.
Antler Homes also picked up a Bronze award for the “Best Exterior Design" at Fairwater in Milford on Sea showing off their eye for excellence in design, both inside and out.
A What House? Award is a highly respected symbol of prestige and excellence, giving winners the opportunity to say they are amongst the very best, thus giving them an edge over their competitors and re-assuring buyers they are purchasing from one of Britain’s top house builders.
John Bell, Group Managing Director for Antler Homes, said: “2014 has been an impressive year for Antler Homes and we have picked up a number of prestigious house building awards.
“The What House? Awards are nationally recognised awards and there is always a lot of competition for the top spots. We take great pride in winning a top award in the ‘Best Small Housebuilder’ category, for the third year running and are also delighted to have won an award at Fairwater, which in itself is recognition of the detail that goes into our designs.
“Thank you to everyone who has continued to work so hard to make Antler Homes an award-winning housebuilder.”
To find out more about award-winning Antler Homes, and to view current developments, please visit www.antlerhomes.co.uk for a full portfolio of exclusive properties and award wins.
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