Battaglia Homes Wins Gold Key Award for Hinsdale Home

November 16, 2011

Chicagoland Real Estate Forum congratulates Battaglia Homes for winning a Gold Key Award in the category of “Interior Design: Custom Whole House” for 22 N. Quincy St., Hinsdale.

Battaglia Homes is one of the premier custom home builders in Hinsdale and the surrounding western suburbs of Chicago. Battaglia Homes offers traditionally designed new homes with modern state of the art amenities and built with the highest level of quality craftsmanship. Many people describe Battaglia built homes as having the look, feel and charm of old-world storybook homes.

The Home Builders Association of Greater Chicago Key Awards were created in 1972 to recognize excellence in housing design, architecture, interior merchandising, remodeling and landscaping. It has since evolved into one of the premier housing programs in the country.

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