BOCA RATON, Fla. — Parkland Golf & Country Club by Toll Brothers, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, was recently honored at the Florida Atlantic Building Association (FABA) PRISM Awards. The community’s Treanna model home was recognized as a Gold winner in the FPL BuildSmart “Energy Efficient Home” category.
FABA PRISM (Professional Recognition In Sales and Marketing) Awards are presented to builders, developers, architects, marketing professionals, planners, interior designers, landscape architects, sales people and others who have demonstrated excellence in all facets of the building industry throughout South Florida. The 2013 winners were selected by a panel of industry experts and presented with the award last month.
“Toll Brothers is honored to have been recognized for its effort in designing homes that reduce environmental impact,” said Toll Brothers’ Florida East Division President Jim McDade. “We build every home to the highest quality standards to ensure energy savings along with comfort and satisfaction. Investing in a green home now means increased value in the future.”
Parkland Golf & Country Club’s award-winning 4,828 square-foot Treanna Tuscan model home is comprised of six bedrooms and five baths and features a second-floor master suite. Its elegant circular staircase leads to an inviting living room and formal dining room.
The home’s study is a distinctive retreat with double French doors that open to a private covered porch. Additional highlights include a gourmet kitchen, sunlit breakfast area, spacious family room, two-story lanai with a sparkling swimming pool, and cabana bath.
Toll Brothers homes, such as the Treanna, are built with a variety of sustainable features at no additional cost, including high-performance Low-E windows, high-efficiency Carrier/Bryant air conditioners, Energy Star