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Caruso Homes' Symphony Village Honored As A Gold Award Winner In 2014 Best Of 50+ Housing Awards

CROFTON, Md., Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Caruso Homes' Symphony Village Clubhouse has been named the Gold winner for the Best 50+ Clubhouse (Over 6,000 Square Feet) category in the 2014 Best of 50+ Housing Awards presented by the National Association of Home Builders 50+ Housing Council.

Symphony Village Clubhouse, named by NAHB 50 Housing Council as the Best 50 Clubhouse (over 6,000 square feet), offers a variety of resort-style amenities including outdoor and indoor pools, a fitness center, tennis courts, walking trails, bocce ball, badminton, a putting green, a billiards room, crafts room, a game room, a banquet room, and various other areas for residents to meet and socialize.

The Best of 50+ Housing Awards honor excellence and innovation in the design, development, lifestyle and marketing of housing for the mature market.  The annual awards program, held during the International Builders' Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, showcases the latest trends in the 50+ seniors housing industry.

"Symphony Village has set the standard for innovation and design in the development of recreational facilities for the active adult lifestyle," said Robert Karen, managing member of the Symphony Development Group. "It is the culmination of research, vision, and numerous discussions with discerning 50+ home buyers that created the 'Symphony Club'—one look and you will understand why our residents are singing its praises." 

In attendance to accept the award on behalf of Caruso Homes was Owner and CEO, Jeff Caruso, and Director of Sales and Marketing, Tom Baldwin.  "Symphony Village is not just another 50+ community.  Every aspect of the community is dedicated to the health, recreation and improved quality of life for our home owners," says Jeff Caruso. "I feel great pride in receiving this national honor, as it is a reflection of our team's commitment to provide the highest standards of excellence and attention to every detail."

The Symphony Club at Symphony Village is a grand 13,800+ square foot clubhouse offering a variety of amenities, clubs and organized events for the recreation and enjoyment of its residents.  Features include an indoor pool, a fitness center with equipment and classes, activity rooms for cards and crafts, a billiards room, a concert hall/ballroom and a large bar area. The amenities extend outside with a luxurious outdoor pool, tennis courts, putting green, badminton courts, bocce ball, horseshoe arena and walking trails.  As the heart of this community, the Symphony Club is the gateway for healthy, resort-style living for active adults on Maryland's Eastern Shore.  To view the Symphony Club go to http://www.truplace.com/property/419/7834/.

About Caruso Homes
Founded in 1986, Caruso Homes is an award-winning home builder based in Crofton, MD offering a variety of new home communities in suburban Maryland and on Maryland's Eastern Shore.  In addition to traditional single-family home communities, Caruso Homes' projects include Symphony Village, a premier resort-style community for active adults, and Caruso Homes on Your Lot Custom Home Division.  For more information, visit www.carusohomes.com

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