Home Builders Association Announces “Best Of Showcase” Awards

Wednesday, November 1, 2017
The Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga (HBAGC) announced the winners of the 2017 Showcase of Homes awards. HBAGC’s Showcase of Homes, which featured 10 builders and 18 different homes, was held Oct. 13-15 and 20-22, and drew an estimated attendance of more than 5,000 over the two weekends.

There were eight different awards in two categories – homes in the $400,000 or more category and homes less than $400,000. A select committee of industry professionals toured each of the 18 homes and scored each home in the different areas.
The one Showcase home with the highest overall point total was named “2017 Showcase Home of the Year.”

HBAGC’s 2017 Showcase of Homes award winners were:

2017 Showcase Home of the Year: Michael’s Homes, Home #10, 10910 High River Drive, Soddy Daisy

$400,000 or More Category

Best Curb Appeal: Michael’s Homes, Home #10, 10910 High River Drive, Soddy Daisy
Best Kitchen: Michael’s Homes, Home #10, 10910 High River Drive, Soddy Daisy
Best Floor Plan: GreenTech Homes, Home #7, 833 Dartmouth Street, Chattanooga
Best Family Room: Nu-Era Construction, Home #1, 925 Tetra Court, Chattanooga
Best Master Suite: Michael’s Homes, Home #10, 10910 High River Drive, Soddy Daisy
Best Decorated: BP Construction, Home #15, 7012 Arbury Lane, Ooltewah
Best Outdoor Living: GreenTech Homes, Home #5, 1777 Seven Pines, Chattanooga
Best Landscaping: Michael’s Homes, Home #10, 10910 High River Drive, Soddy daisy

 Less than $400,000 Category

Best Curb Appeal: GT Issa Construction, Home #19, 1723 Gable Green Drive, Apison
Best Kitchen: GT Issa Construction, Home #19, 1723 Gable Green Drive, Apison
Best Floor Plan: Trust Homes, Home #13, 8321 Trout Lily Drive, Ooltewah
Best Family Room: Trust Homes, Home #13, 8321 Trout Lily Drive, Ooltewah
Best Master Suite: Trust Homes, Home #13, 8321 Trout Lily Drive, Ooltewah
Best Decorated: GreenTech Homes, Home #4, 1443 Park Avenue, Chattanooga
Best Outdoor Living: GT Issa Construction, Home #19, 1723 Gable Green Drive, Apison
Best Landscaping: GT Issa Construction Home #19, 1723 Gable Green Drive, Apison


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