Toll Brothers win Gold Awards for local home designs

The Rio Verde home design won the Gold Award for Best Outdoor Living Space. (Submitted photo)

Scottsdale-based Toll Brothers Arizona won three Gold Awards at The Nationals 2019, the National Association of Home Builders awards competition in conjunction with the International Builders Show in Las Vegas.

The two home designs that won were the Rio Verde at Toll Brothers at Verde River in Scottsdale and the Pradera at Toll Brothers at Whitewing in Gilbert, according to a press release.

The Rio Verde home design won the Gold Award for Best Outdoor Living Space. CDC Design based in Costa Mesa, California and Creative Environments based in Tempe provided the design.

Set within the golf course community east of north Scottsdale, Toll Brothers at Verde River is a neighborhood of 35 homes on 20,000-square-foot home sites. The Rio Verde home design aims to maximize its scenic environment with al fresco living spaces rivaling a five-star resort.

The Best of Outdoor Living Space is judged on concept, creativity and impact of furniture and accessories.

The Pradera at Toll Brothers at Whitewing, a new, luxury home community in Gilbert. won two Gold Awards — Best Landscape Design and Best Interior Merchandising of a Model Priced from $850,000 to $1 Million.

Landscape design by Creative Environments provided landscape design while Scottsdale-based Est Est, Inc did the interior, a release states.

On the exterior, the Pradera features a resort-like lifestyle with amenities for a large family. Light and bright with an open concept floor plan, main living spaces are enhanced by double volume ceilings and indoor-outdoor living spaces.

The Nationals pays tribute to superior sales and marketing achievements by individual sales and marketing professionals, home builders and associates, and sales and marketing councils. It’s a big competition for new home sales and marketing professionals and communities.

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