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LONDON, ENGLAND -- (Marketwired) -- 01/15/14 -- Editors' Note: There is a photo associated with this release.

It will come as no surprise that Antler Homes was crowned Best Small Housebuilder in the 2013 What House? Awards for the second year running for building the best homes in the best locations as this leading niche housebuilder has been building Strictly Limited Edition homes in handpicked locations across England and the Channel Islands for the last 30 years.

With developments in Berkshire, Surrey, Hampshire and Jersey, why not make 2014 the year you buy an award winning Antler home?

Building luxury homes that are finished to the highest of standards is what Antler Homes does best and the Antler pedigree can be seen at Queen's Rise in picturesque Old Windsor.

This exclusive development features just 6 five-bedroom detached homes, each offering nearly 4,000 sq ft of living space. Just two homes remain at Queen's Rise and both offer sizeable terraces with spectacular vistas across fields towards Windsor Castle.

Around the corner you'll find Winkfield Gate, a select scheme offering just 5 detached two, three and four bedroom homes in an exclusive cul-de-sac on the very edge of Windsor Great Park, nestling between Windsor, Ascot and Warfield and just three homes remain.

Close by is Lancaster Gardens, in the charming village of Sunningdale. An exclusive trio of five-bedroom detached homes in one of the village's most sought after locations, this development is the epitome of luxury and is a prime example of the Antler Homes' pedigree. These homes combine traditional detailing with contemporary design and feature open plan living on the ground floor and an impressive media/games room on the top floor with cutting edge technology.

In adjacent Surrey, Antler Homes' development at Hampton offers just four semi-detached and one detached home with a high specification throughout and stunning architectural design. This new development sits just a stone's throw away from Hampton Village Green and is also a mere 500 yards from Hampton train station making it an ideal location for a family home.

On the south coast in Hampshire is Fairwater, an intimate development offering just three four bedroom detached homes in Milford on Sea. Just a short stroll from the sea, the spacious properties at Fairwater complement the stunning coastal surroundings with striking modern architecture and design. Register your interest now, on [email protected] or call 01590 643 033.

Chris Warner, Sales Director for Antler Homes, said: "2013 was a fantastic year for Antler Homes and winning Best Small Housebuilder at the What House? Awards was the icing on the cake. This nationally recognised award received many great entries, so we took great pride in winning in such a hotly contested category."

He added: "2014 looks set to be another excellent year for us. We've got an impressive selection of developments on offer and our programme for this year (and beyond) is very encouraging as we've acquired some exciting new land opportunities. We are looking forward to another successful year."

Antler's award winning pedigree speaks for itself and can be reviewed and enjoyed by visiting the company website www.antlerhomes.co.uk.

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