The Concession takes 1st Place in Parade of Homes

The Annual parade of homes has just ended, and once again, these amazing builders never cease-to amaze with their beautiful architecture and designs.

 

The Manatee and Sarasota Counties 2018 Parade of Homes consisted of some of the most beautiful real estate in the country. The communities involved in this years parade of homes was as follows: Lakewood Ranch, Parish, Venice, University Park, Bradenton, North Port, Nokomis, Sarasota and Homes beach.

 

Among some of the prestigious homes that took winning spots, the Concession is proud to be home to a couple of those winners!

In its category, The Victoria model by John Cannon Homes took home #1 for Best Curb Appeal-Best Kitchen-Best Master Suite-Best Floor Plan- Best Architectural Detail and Best Overall. The Victoria model has a West Indies style, with warm neutral colors of light blues, greys and greens along with rich dark woods. This masterpiece boasts gorgeous crown molding, custom cabinetry and even a complete guest suite with a sitting area and morning bar.

 

The Concession is also home to another winner in its category, the Magnolia by Perrone Construction. This stately home took #1 for Best Curb Appeal-Best Kitchen-Best Master Suite-Best Floor Plan- Best Architectural Detail and Best Overall. The efforts of builder Richard Perrone, architect Clifford Scholz and interior design team composed of Ron Fiore and Leah Jackson, sure do not go un-noticed. With 6,800 SF under air, and four en-suite bedrooms, this home is surely one to admire!

 

Set amid towering pines and sprawling live oaks minutes from Florida’s Gulf Coast and the arts and cultural hub of Sarasota, The Concession is a private, gated community featuring 236 pristine estate home sites. Its centerpiece is the nationally-ranked Concession Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course designed in association with Tony Jacklin, and named for the famous putt Nicklaus conceded to his European counterpart in the 1969 Ryder Cup, resulting in the first tie in Ryder Cup history.