Stewart Milne Homes scoops industry award for Troon development

Home builder Stewart Milne Homes has been recognised at The Homes for Scotland Awards 2017, collecting the coveted Private Development of the Year (Large) Award for its development at Earl’s Green.

Located in Barassie within the seaside town of Troon, also known as the happiest place to live in the UK (Rightmove August 2016), Earl’s Green features a selection of 3, 4, 5 and 6 bedroom homes each set within tree-lined, landscaped avenues that beautifully complement the picturesque surroundings which include views over Ailsa Craig and Arran.

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This award recognises developments that create very special places for people to live; using the best design principles and delivered to a very high quality. The new community has been created by Stewart Milne Homes award winning team and features more than 20 different house styles each carefully designed to meet the needs of modern family life with flexible living space.

Marlyn Boal, sales and marketing director at Stewart Milne Homes, said: “We’re very proud to have been recognised and awarded Private Development of the Year (Large) Award at the Homes for Scotland Awards. Winning such a prestigious accolade is a real testament to our award-winning team who took great care and consideration in the design of the new community in Barassie.

“Earl’s Green has been a popular choice amongst a range of buyers looking for a beautiful coastal setting with the bustle of a busy town and excellent transport routes. The idyllic location, together with our team’s attention to detail in creating homes which build on the distinctive rural setting, has created somewhere really special where people are proud to call home.”

The winners were announced at The Homes for Scotland Awards 2017 which saw a record number of industry guests gather at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre in Edinburgh on Friday 12th May.

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