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Perthshire home earns national recognition

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November 18 2013

Perthshire home earns national recognition
A new build home in Blairgowrie, Perthshire, has earned McKenzie Strickland Associates a commendation for best architecture for a single residence at the UK Property Awards.

No 1 Rosemount saw demolition of an existing cottage to make way for a modern woodland home occupying the footprint of the original.

Stuart Shield, president of the International Property Awards, said: “In such a highly industrialised region as the United Kingdom, the standards for excellence are very high.  These winning companies have stood out from the crowd by creating unique and innovative properties that elevate the character and appearance of UK towns and cities.”

Other highly commended schemes include two Dandara projects; The Walled Garden at Stoneywood and The Rubislaw at Oakhill Grange,  Centurion Way by Coltart Earley and The Edge by Carole Naylor & John Chesbrough.

Page Park’s Scottish National Portrait Gallery also earned a highly commended accolade for public service architecture.
The Blairgowrie retreat has been designed to sit in harmony with surrounding woodland
The Blairgowrie retreat has been designed to sit in harmony with surrounding woodland

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