Beechen and Dill Homes Wins Silver Key Award for Clarendon Hills Home

December 13, 2013

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAChicago Real Estate Forum and Marketing RELEVANCE congratulate Beechen and Dill Homes, Inc. for winning a Silver Key Award in the Excellence in New Construction – Custom Home category for the home built on Tuttle Avenue in Clarendon Hills. The Key Awards are the premier awards in the new home construction industry.

This extra deep home site is located in the highly sought after Village of Clarendon Hills. The Nantucket-style home includes an open concept kitchen with a command center and butler’s pantry, large mudroom, finished basement with guest bedrooms and a luxury master suite. The extravagant details in this home is what sets it apart from others: a beautiful black walnut counter top for the island, a marble master bathroom, wide plank hand-scraped and distressed maple floors, custom beams in the kitchen with a bead board ceiling and much more. Another great custom addition to this home is a children’s playhouse that was built under the basement stairs.

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