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Property Observer :
NSW Builder Sammut Developments wins Australian Home of the Year

New South Wales based Sammut Developments has won the HIA-CSR Australian Home of the Year award for ‘Nautilus’, a seven bedroom, six-storey waterfront home.

The home also won the Australian Custom Built Home award, partnered by Stramit Building Products. Judges were impressed with the level of detail and high-quality finishes.

Other award winners from across Australia in eight regions include:

Mirvac from Victoria won Australian Apartment of the Year, partnered by Caltex HIA fuel card.
Sunland Group from Queensland won Australian Apartment Complex, partnered by Toyota Fleet.
Atkinson Pontifex from Victoria won both the Australian Townhouse/Villa of the Year, partnered by newhomesguide.com.au and Australian Outdoor Project partnered by James Hardie Australia.
Ryan Designer Homes from Queensland won Australian Townhouse/Villa Development, partnered by Rheem Australia.
Peter Sosso Building from the Hunter won Australian Specialised Housing, partnered by HIA Insurance Services.
Art Nouveau Homes from Victoria won Australian Spec Home, partnered by Stratco Australia.
Samuel James Homes from South Australia won Australian Display Home, partnered by ActronAir.
Alvaro Bros Builders from ACT/Southern NSW won Australian Renovation/Addition Project, partnered by BlueScope Steel.
Kalka from Queensland won Australian Project Home, partnered by OneSteel Reinforcing.
Minosa from NSW won both the Australian Bathroom Design, partnered by GWA Bathrooms & Kitchens and the Australian Kitchen Design, partnered by Miele.
Drew Moore Constructions from Tasmania won Australian Bathroom of the Year, partnered by GWA Bathrooms & Kitchens.
Stewart Homes and Ultraspace from Queensland won Australian Kitchen of the Year, partnered by Miele.
Jake Laidlaw from Victoria won the Jim Brookes Australian Apprentice, partnered by Stratco Australia.
Dale Alcock Homes from Western Australia won Australian Professional Major, partnered by Companion Systems.