One of Redrow’s 13 prestigious awards in the 2021 UK Property Awards is heading to the picturesque village of Swanland, near Hull.
The fully furnished Leamington Lifestyle show home at Swanland Heights has been named as an award winner.
Showcasing the lifestyle and quality of build residents can look forward to enjoying, the 1,417 sq ft Leamington Lifestyle is a spacious three-bedroom family home. It’s taken from Redrow’s new generation of ‘Lifestyle Homes’, which have been redesigned to create more space in key areas upstairs for those who require fewer bedrooms without compromising on space or luxury.
Redrow’s in-house interior design team created a home that makes a classic yet contemporary statement and embraced some of the biggest interior design trends which were forecast for 2021, drawing inspiration from classical civilisations such as Rome and Greece.
The company will find out on October 29 whether any of its winners have achieved the highest level of accolade – the coveted Five Star award – during the ceremony at the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London.
Now in its 28th year, the UK Property Awards are judged by an independent panel of over 80 industry experts and cover over 45 different residential and commercial categories.
Judging focuses on design, quality, service, innovation, originality, and commitment to sustainability. The judging panel is chaired by House of Lords members Lord Caithness, Lord Best, and Lord Waverley.
Matt Grayson, Redrow’s group customer & marketing director, said:
“The UK Property Awards represent a mark of excellence for the winners. We’re pleased to have been recognised in 12 of the regional categories for a mix of our developments and individual show homes, which demonstrates we are pushing the envelope in terms of both development and interior design.
“We’re also particularly thrilled to have received a national award for our website redrow.co.uk following our rebrand brand refresh earlier this year. We look forward to the ceremony on October 29 and are keeping our fingers crossed for some five-star winners.”
The UK awards are one of eight regional heats – alongside Arabia, Europe, Africa, Canada, Central & South America, the Caribbean, USA, and Asia Pacific – with the highest scorers of each of the categories going on to compete at the International Property Awards at the end of the year.
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