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Mattamy Homes Wins Four Parade of Homes Awards

May 30th, 2018 · Leave a Comment

From left, Diana Akabekjan, Chuck Bolen, Tim Wolgemuth, Tammie Bryant, Stacey Reed, and Tara Jinks

Mattamy Homes was honored by the Northeast Florida Builders Association with four Parade of Homes awards, recognizing the best in newly built homes across Florida’s First Coast. The awards include:

  • Gold for the Saxon II model in RiverTown ($650,000-$670,000 category)
  • Silver for the Cannon II model in Beacon Lake ($535,000-$550,000)
  • Silver for the Wales model in RiverTown ($495,000-$500,000)
  • Silver for the Beachgate II model in Bartram Park Preserve ($250,000-$275,000)

“We are thrilled to receive this recognition in the homebuilding industry for our model homes at RiverTown, Beacon Lake and Bartram Park Preserve,” said Mattamy Homes Vice President of Marketing Amber King. “Throughout Northeast Florida, Mattamy Homes is known for its distinctive communities and innovative floorplans. Our model homes exemplify the most livable and beautiful spaces possible. I encourage everyone to visit our communities and model homes soon to see all that we have to offer.”

In addition to the models, Mattamy has several quick move-in ready homes available. For a limited time, take advantage of big savings on quick move-in homes in communities across Northeast Florida. Terms, conditions and restrictions apply. See a Mattamy New Home Counselor for details. This cannot be combined with any other offer.

Mattamy Homes builds in communities throughout the Northeast Florida market, demonstrating the company’s commitment to being a major presence in the US homebuilding industry, and of its confidence in the future of housing locally in Florida. For more information, visit www.MattamyHomes.com/jacksonville.

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