Maston Homes wins coveted award for design excellence

Published 3:30pm Monday, November 12, 2012

In a ceremony that took place at the Building Systems Council’s annual Fall Showcase conference and trade show in Washington, D.C., Maston Homes of Landrum, S.C. was awarded the 2013 Jerry Rouleau Award for Excellence in Home Design by the National Association of Home Builders.

Maston Homes’ Grand Teton design won for the 2,001 – 3,000- square-foot category. The plan is a part of the Lake & Lodge series by Ritz-Craft Corporation, which was also recognized by the Building Systems Council as an Entry of Distinction for the Presentation of Home Plans category.

“This is a wonderful thing for Maston,” said Mike Stone, owner of Maston Homes. “It’s a great recognition of the things we can do with a 2,000 to 3,000 square feet home and how an open floor plan is able to bring the outdoors, indoors.”

The winning Grand Teton was built for a retail customer in North Carolina and is one of Maston Homes’ famed ‘Hybrid Houses.’ Maston Homes is well known for adding custom, site-built additions to modular components. 

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