NAPLES, Fla., March 15, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- It's raining awards on the offices of Southwest Florida's #1 homebuilder, Lennar. Two of their fabulous new models were honored with top prizes at the Parade of Homes in Lee and Collier Counties. Lennar has been awarded first place in the category of homes between $700's-$799, for their stunning home design called Bouganvillea in Runaway Bay at Fiddler's Creek in Collier County. They accepted the prize at the award ceremony recently hosted by the Collier Building Industry Association. In Lee County, the Trevi model at Hawthorne won a Superior Home Award, as well as eight additional awards from the Lee County Building Industry Association.
"We are delighted to be recognized for our model home designs at two of our stellar communities in Lee and Collier Counties. We knew that we would get a terrific response to the Bouganvillea at Runaway Bay in Fiddler's Creek and the Trevi in Hawthorne but to be honored for our efforts is fantastic," states Matt Devereaux, Director of Sales for Lennar's Southwest Florida Division. "Thank you to the Lee and Collier Country Building Industry Associations," he added.
The Bouganvillea at Runaway Bay in Fiddler's Creek, a master-planned amenity filled community, has been professionally decorated by Soco Interiors. The one-story model offers 2,800 square feet with three bedrooms, three baths and a study. The home also features a spacious great room with lovely ceiling detail, separate dining room, and screen covered lanai. The classic tone on tone finishes, fabrics and accessories add a casual yet elegant interior features to the home.
The Trevi model at Hawthorne is designed with the Spanish Mediterranean in mind. This spacious home is a standout with 2,032 square feet with four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a two-car garage in one story. Hawthorne is a gated community with amenities such as two pools and spas, fitness center and tennis courts.
Founded in 1954, Lennar is one of the nation's leading builders of quality homes. Listed on the New York Stock Exchange, the Miami, Florida-based company has built over 800,000 homes in more than 54 cities coast to coast.