If you’re not in the homebuilding business, chances are you’ve never heard of the MAME Awards given by the Homebuilders Association of Metro Denver. But if you’re considering buying a new home any time soon, it’s good to know who the builders think is doing the best job in town.
It’s kind of like 5280 magazine’s Best Doctors awards, in which doctors vote for whom they would go to for help.
At last month’s MAME Awards, the most coveted “Oscar” of the night, Community of the Year, went to Stepping Stone! And what does this mean for you, a homebuyer? It means that you can live in a community recognized for all-around quality and livability. Stepping Stone’s winning combination includes solid craftsmanship, contemporary design, and highly desirable amenities where residents can connect and enjoy outdoor living.
Which brings us to Stepping Stone’s second big award: Best Community Amenity for the Lantern House. At this beautiful, contemporary gathering place, residents meet for special events year-round and at the competition-sized swimming pool, lap pool, splash pad, park and playground. Other amenities include winding stone paths and nearly seven miles of trails that link to the greater Douglas County trail system and pristine open space areas. Breathtaking landscaping that adds to residents’ quality of life led to a third big win for Stepping Stone, Best Landscaping Design.
The location adds even more to the community’s easy livability. Stepping Stone is perfectly situated in the top-rated Douglas County School District near RidgeGate Parkway and Stepping Stone Circle, with easy access to I-25 and light rail, as well as shopping, entertainment, and business centers.
All of which is to say that the awards feel great, but they only underscore what really matters: Stepping Stone is already one of the area’s best places to live. Come see for yourself what the builders voted for, seven days a week. Find model home hours here or call 720.822.2976.