LONDON, ENGLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 09/30/13 -- Editors Note: There are two photos associated with this press release.
The majority of awards and editorial about new homes focus on the architecture and design of the house or apartment and the ever popular interior design and specification with accompanying photographs. But what can really establish the character and identity of a new home are its gardens.
Launched in 2004, the New Homes Garden Awards - in conjunction with media partners Express Newspapers - have become the most respected national programme for recognition of exceptional gardens and landscaping.
Leading small house builder Antler Homes could therefore not be happier for, off the back of two top awards in 2012, another two of their schemes have been shortlisted for the 2013 finals.
Queen's Rise in Old Windsor has been successfully shortlisted in the Best Show Home category and Carinthia Place, Epsom, in the Best Family Garden category.
Chris Warner, Sales and Marketing Director for Antler Homes is delighted. "These awards demonstrate clearly Antler's 360 degree approach in that we quite literally leave no stone unturned. The awards are rightly listed as the ultimate prestigious symbol of excellence, creativity, sustainability, environmental responsibility and true customer care. And these are their words not mine!"
Antler Homes firmly believes that a true home starts with great kerb appeal on arrival. If customers can see that Antler has considered the very best for the outside of their new home, then they instantly know that the inside will also be to the very highest standard.
To find out more about the Antler pedigree and current availability visit www.antlerhomes.co.uk.
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