Boutique developer Beau Property has been shortlisted for a national housebuilding award.
The family business, from Tunbridge Wells, is shortlisted for ‘best restoration project’ for its Nevill Row development.
They are up against household names including Barratt Homes, Taylor Wimpey and Weston Homes.
The project of eight, two-bedroom Victorian-style houses, launched in May 2022 and sold out within two weeks.
The development was named one of the Sunday Times ‘Lustworthy Homes of the Week’ and received an award from the Royal Tunbridge Wells Civic Society.
Beau Property aimed to restore the original features of the Victorian exteriors back to their former glory and create modern, bright, living spaces.
Director Chris Hammond said: “We are honoured that our small business has been recognised alongside the likes of Barratt Homes and Taylor Wimpey for a national housebuilding accolade.
“This feels like an amazing achievement and is testament to our brilliant team who work together to curate homes of real quality, whether a restoration, refurbishment or new build.”
“Nevill Row was a real passion project for us, with a lot of careful attention paid to every detail, from the prominence of the location to the strong heritage features.
“We were delighted to see every home sell immediately post launch, in a similar way to our recent projects at Castle Street and Knowle Close. We now have a strong waiting list of potential buyers looking specifically for a Beau Property home, too, so we are excited to say that we have a number of projects in the pipeline locally,” Mr Hammond explained.
“We will be announcing these in due course, but in the meantime, interested parties can follow our journey on Instagram, or get in touch directly.”
The awards will take place in early November.
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