HIA Awards: Project Home of the Year Finalist
In May, Thomas Eldridge joined James Stroud and Peter Simpson to represent Stroud Homes Brisbane South at the HIA Awards in Singapore.
This is the highest industry award for a Project Home Builder in Australia and it is a good indication of their build quality and their respect in the residential building community.
Thomas said, “I’m very proud of my staff and what they had accomplished to be a part of such an exclusive group of builders from all around the country.”
The choice to enter the Kentucky 304 Mountain Façade was not a hard one. “It’s a great representation of what we do day in, day out and the type of home that we are delivering to the local area,” Thomas explains.
This large family home is the perfect accompaniment to an acreage block and with it’s striking façade, it presents beautifully on any street.
The home measures 26 metres wide and stretches across the block in Jimboomba perfectly. This home ideally faces north so that the living and alfresco areas soak up the warm morning light.
With a stunning galley kitchen with butler’s pantry, media room and spacious open plan living which opens up seamlessly onto the alfresco area, it is no wonder this home was so well thought of by the HIA judges.
The HIA-CSR Australian Housing Awards have been set up to showcase the best homes and building professionals across Australia.
The awards celebrate the high level of achievement in the residential building industry. To be eligible for this award the Kentucky 304 had to be based on a display home and a repeatable design.
The home also needed to suit the needs of the client and the site. These awards are well thought of throughout the industry and Thomas explains, “It’s important to show our client’s that we are more than a step above the rest. It’s also great for my team to see that they are awarded for their accomplishments.”
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