Stunning Family Home in New Beith Wins Master Builders Award

A light and airy home in New Beith has been awarded top marks in the best use of steel frame housing category at the 2019 Master Builders Queensland regional award ceremonies.

The Montego 393 by Stroud Homes Brisbane has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, two car garages, a media room, a study area, and a gym. It’s perfect for those with big blocks of land, big families and want the best in acreage living.

Renee Carty of Stroud Home Brisbane South said the Montego design has always been a very popular design among their clients, regardless of the size. It’s one of the larger designs from the Montego series, making it ideal for second home buyers to up-size, or older couples wanting to wow everyone with their forever home.

“At the very end of the cul-de-sac, elevated slightly above the rest of the Estate, we knew the Montego’s unique and striking design would stand out from the rest while still looking and feeling completely at home in this Boutique Acreage Estate,” Ms Carty said.

Located at 128 Melrose Place The Lanes Estate, the Montego display house can be viewed seven days a week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. 

About the Award

Master Builders’ Best Use of Steel Frame Housing is judged based on the housing project’s liveability and design, innovation, workmanship, and degree of difficulty. The use of the steel frames is to be provided in the form of photographs during build, in addition to the photos provided of the finished product.

Montego 393 won because of the quality of the builder’s attention to detail in finishes and overall craftsmanship, in addition to the technical ability of the builder to overcome challenges in construction.