McCaffrey Homes received a Gold Nugget Award of Merit for Best Interior Merchandising of a Model Home under $500K for its Blue Oak model home in Tesoro Viejo. The prestigious awards recognize the most exciting trends in design, planning and building and are selected by a panel of top industry experts who reviewed more than 575 entries from around the world.
“Gold Nugget Award winners reflect our industry’s best, brightest and most innovative architects, planners and builder/developers,” said Lisa Parrish, judging chairperson and Gold Nugget ceremonies administrator.
Now in its 57th year, Gold Nugget Awards is the largest and most prestigious competition of its kind in the nation. It honors design and planning achievements in community and home design, green-built housing, site planning, commercial, retail, mixed-use development and specialty housing categories.
“This is a significant honor to be recognized by our industry peers,” said Ash Knowlton, president of construction for McCaffrey Homes. “McCaffrey Homes takes pride in responding to the lifestyle needs of our homebuyers with a spirit of innovation and beautiful interiors.”
The Blue Oaks model home is in the McCaffrey Homes’ Oaks Collection at Tesoro Viejo, the newest award-winning, master-planned community in Madera County. Located in the first residential village of Hillside Village, the model was awarded for best interior merchandising for a home under $500,000.
The Oaks Collection by McCaffrey Homes sets a new standard for sophisticated living. The collection was designed to accommodate the entertaining lifestyle with large kitchen islands, Bosch kitchen appliances, tile plank floors, granite counters with full tile backsplash, beverage refrigerators, and an optional wine storage. The popular California Room extends the living area for entertaining outdoors.
Tesoro Viejo is a 1,600-acre master-planned community in the heart of Madera County’s planned growth area in Central California’s southeastern Madera County. The community includes nearly 200 acres of permanently preserved natural open spaces plus an additional 200 acres or more of neighborhood parks, recreational areas and miles of trails that will connect to the San Joaquin River. It is a complete community with a mix of residences, employment, recreation and commercial uses literally making Tesoro Viejo a place where residents can live, work, and play.