Premier Architecture Wins Gold Key Award for Hamilton Plan

December 10, 2013

COliviabrookhicago Real Estate Forum and Marketing RELEVANCE congratulate Premier Architecture, Inc. for winning a Gold Key Award in the Architectural Design – Townhouse and Duplex 2,100 to 2,499 square feet category for the Hamilton plan at Oliviabrook in Oakbrook Terrace. The Key Awards are the premier awards in the Chicago new home construction industry.

The Hamilton is a two-story floor plan with three bedrooms plus a den or office and two-and-a-half bathrooms. The luxurious master bedroom and bath are located on the first level, as well as the spacious great room, which features a fireplace and a vaulted ceiling with an overlook from the second level. The open kitchen features stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. Upstairs, each secondary bedroom has a private access to the shared full bathroom. It is not often that you find a three bedroom townhome with a master bedroom and an additional den or office space on the first floor, which showcases the convenience and luxury of this design.

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