WINTER PARK, Fla. — Award-winning design firm Beasley & Henley Interior Design’s single-family model for Mattamy Homes took first place in the recent Home Builders Association (HBA) of Metro Orlando Parade of Homes. The “Captiva” model townhome in Lake Nona Preserve won in the category of Attached Production Homes Priced under $300,000.
Steve Parker, president of Mattamy Homes U.S. Group, said the Orlando division earned the Parade’s Grand Award as the top home builder in the Production Homes category.
Beasley & Henley’s Captiva model is a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath, 1,611 square-feet home priced from $177,990. The Captiva’s main appeal to the Parade judges was its open floor plan, with the large kitchen, dining room, gathering room, and foyer on the ground floor and second floor reserved for the three bedrooms.
“We think the Captiva model home is the perfect solution for busy families today,” Mattamy’s U.S. president Steve Parker said.
Indeed,when Mattamy put out the call for livable, beautiful homes for the modern family, Beasley & Henley met the challenge with a transitional design that appeals to a wide range of demographic groups. The home features earth tones within a comfortable and sophisticated atmosphere. Earth tones give the home a sense of warmth and comfort, while various textiles create interest; and where these meet the tile flooring and creative built-ins, sophistication abounds.
Through the public relations blitz surrounding the Parade of Homes and beyond, the Captiva model home welcomes visitors daily at the Lake Nona Preserve located off Narcoossee Road in Southeast Orlando.