The Golden Nugget Awards is the oldest and most prestigious design awards competition in the nation, presented by PCBC and sponsored by Builder Magazine. It recognizes builders, developers, architects and planners who improve communities with exceptional concepts in planning, design and developments.
The Legacy Collection earned this award for its Plan 1 model in the Single Family Detached Home – Over 4,000 Square Feet category.
Available from the low $1 millions, the luxury homes that make up the Legacy Collection in Covenant Hills are designed to capture the essence of the Southern California indoor/outdoor lifestyle, with sunlit courtyards and sprawling great rooms.
“What an exciting confirmation this is,” said Michael Williams, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for the Southern California division of Warmington Residential. “We diligently sought to create an enclave at The Legacy Collection that would be awe-inspiring and worthy of its prestigious, view-oriented setting behind the gates of Covenant Hills. We are very pleased with the outcome and found home buyers have been impressed as well. Now, to get this recognition from our industry peers is very rewarding on many levels.”
Orange County’s home prices jumped near 22% from May 2012 to 2013, matching the biggest year-over-year jump of California homes since 1980, as the median home price in Orange County rose from S538,340 to $655,630.
Home sales rose by 8.8 percent between April and May alone, supporting the statewide observed 15th consecutive month of year-over-year increases, and 11 straight months of double-digit jumps.
Source: California Association of Realtors