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Blue Cedar Homes’ unique Dartmoor development claims Building Excellence Award

May 8, 2017 | News

Blue Cedar Homes’ unique age-exclusive Stannary Gardens development in Chagford, in the heart of Dartmoor National Park, has been awarded the Devon Building Control Partnership Building Excellence Award in the ‘Best Large Residential Development’ category.

This award closely follows the news that the development has also been shortlisted as a finalist for the Local Authority Building Control (LABC) Building Excellence Awards in the category of ‘Best Small New Housing Development’, as well as making the shortlist for the prestigious Michelmores Property Awards in the category of ‘Residential Project of the Year 40 Units and Under’. The winners of the awards, which recognise and celebrate innovative and diverse properties and developments across the south west, will be announced in May and June respectively.

Stannary Gardens has been recognised for its rarity and careful design to fit sympathetically into the surrounding National Park, complementing the local architectural styles of Chagford. With a traditional façade from street view and contemporary accents within the development itself, the homes offer a unique blend of style and community for those over the age of 55, located in a vibrant and flourishing town. Chagford has recently been named one of ‘the best places to live in rural Britain’ by the Sunday Times for the second time.

Stannary Gardens’ exclusive collection of six two-bedroom apartments and nine three- and four-bedroom houses offer light-filled, comfortable living spaces, flexible bedroom layouts and beautifully finished bathrooms and ensuites. Each property enjoys a garage or allocated parking, landscaped garden space and the services of Blue Cedar Homes’ friendly estate manager.

Blue Cedar Homes is a leading developer of high quality homes for the over 55s. The company currently has seven new developments covering Devon, Cornwall and Somerset in the South West, in the Cotswolds and Oxfordshire and further west in Herefordshire and Monmouthshire.