ONe of Cathedral Court's award winners.
ONe of Cathedral Court's award winners. Supplied

Salt proves popular

SALT may be one of the Tweed's most winning areas after three houses took out top industry awards.

Two beach homes in Cathedral Court won Project Home of the Year and Custom Built Home in the $1 million category at the 2009 Gold Coast/Northern NSW Housing Industry Association (HIA) awards.

Both houses are now finalists in the state awards later this month.

A beachfront property in nearby Northpoint Avenue was also a regional finalist in the Custom Built Home over $2 million category.

Ray Group chief executive Tom Ray said these latest wins were a testament to the innovative approach taken to home design at Salt Village.

“Salt Village has a very distinct architectural style that simply puts it in a class of its own,” Mr Ray said.

The Cathedral Court homes were built by Don Cotterill of Sanctuary 28.

“I believe the home that won the HIA Custom Built award is the best designed property Sanctuary 28 has ever produced,” Mr Cotterill said.



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