Baker Estates has been nominated for a prestigious national award considered by the industry as the property ‘Oscars’.
The top-rated South West housebuilder has been short listed in the ‘Best Development’ category by Housebuilder magazine for its Great Court Farm scheme in Totnes.
This recognition comes off the back of a regional award won by the company in June for the same development. Baker Estates will be attending the awards at the Intercontinental hotel at the O2, London in October.
Ian Baker, managing director of Baker Estates, said: “We are delighted to be shortlisted for a national industry award. This is a complete team effort and culmination of lots of hard work over the last few years. We’ll look forward to the evening in October but we will be up against some very strong national competition in this category.”
Graham Hutton, Development Director at Baker Estates, added: “We pride ourselves on building exceptional homes in the most desirable locations throughout the South West of England. The Baker Estates’ vision is one of dedication to quality and originality. Being short listed for this award is testimony to that thinking.”
A former working dairy farm, the development is situated within easy reach to Totnes and boasts stunning east facing views of the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Sitting on the rural edge of Totnes, Great Court Farm is close to the vibrancy of a bustling market town and quiet tranquillity of the Devonshire countryside.
Apart from its location, Great Court Farm has been singled out for its outstanding architecture which has enabled Baker Estates to build stunning, spacious homes.
The company has created a unique development giving all buyers a wide choice of property.
The development offers a stunning collection of 2, 3, 4, and 5 bedroom homes. A mixed tenure of so many different house types - coach houses, bungalows, traditional houses and barn style bungalows – reveals just how far Baker Estates was prepared to go to shape a unique development at Great Court Farm.