JOHN CANNON HOMES, INC. WINS 15 AWARDS

Thursday, March 6, 2014

JOHN CANNON HOMES, INC. WINS 15 AWARDS IN 2014 PARADE OF HOMES

Three Homes Selected for Best Overall

For Immediate Release: Sarasota, FL –John Cannon Homes, Inc. led the competition of 77 entries  in this year’s Parade of Homes Single Family Home Design Awards by taking home 15 awards. Three of those awards were in the “Best Overall” category awarded to: The Akarra II at The Vineyards in The Lake Club, The Baylin in Country Club East, and The Caaren, in The Links at Rosedale. These winning homes can be viewed by visiting johncannonhomes.com.

John Cannon Homes received awards in the following categories:

  • Winner of Best Overall, Best Curb Appeal, Best Floorplan, Best Master Suite and Best Architectural Detail: The Caaren in the Links at Rosedale
  • Winner of Best Overall, Best Curb Appeal, Best Kitchen, Best Master Suite, Best Floorplan, Best Architectural Detail: The Baylin in Country Club East, Haddington
  • Winner of Best Overall, Best Curb Appeal, Best Kitchen, Best Master Suite: The Akarra II

"Our award-winning models showcase our attention to architectural details and feature different levels of finish”, said John Cannon, President of John Cannon Homes. “We are very excited about our new models for 2014. We currently have under construction The Avianna, a new model at The Concession, and will begin construction of new model homes in Lakewood Ranch, Country Club East’s newest neighborhood, Seacroft The Vineyards at The Lake Club and The Islands of River Wilderness. “Our homes feature quality craftsmanship and designs that add the elements of functionality for today’s lifestyles, " he added.

The award-winning models range in size from 2,800 to 3,400 square feet and showcase 26 years of John Cannon’s Design/Build expertise.  For over 26 years John Cannon Homes’ has been consistently recognized locally and nationally through numerous honors and awards. With over 280 Parade of Homes Awards, the company has been acknowledged as the “Best Builder” in the area by the readers of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune for the past 22 years.