Belmonte Builders is the proud recipient of the Capital Region Builders & Remodelers Association 2018 Parade of Homes People’s Choice Award & Best Master Bedroom Award for our Chesapeake model home located at 5 Greenbrier Way in Halfmoon.
Belmonte Builders is especially proud to be part of this year’s CRBRA
Parade of Homes raising $15,000 for the Center for Disability Services. The funds will be used to re-open
their therapeutic pool providing aquatic therapy for adults with disabilities who desperately need it.
People’s Choice Award (Traditional Home) – We are especially excited to receive this award as it is the only Parade of Homes award given voted on by attendees! Thank you to everyone who voted for us!
Home Features: The Chesapeake’s open floor plan lends itself to entertaining or large family get togethers. The Entry Foyer makes a great first impression leading into a two-story great room that opens into both the kitchen & dining room and features an eye-catching, unique Staircase. The large master-on-the-main features a distressed brick accent wall, elegant transom window and large Master Bath. Upstairs features a Bonus Room overlooking the Great Room and is shared by two additional bedrooms.
Best Master Bedroom (Traditional Home) – This master-on-the-main bedroom suite grabs your attention immediately with a truly unique accent wall featuring distressed brick with a large transom window. The spacious master suite also offers the convenience of two walk-in closets and a master bath with double vanities, a linen closet, quartz countertops, tiled-shower with frameless door and charming transom windows.
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Capital Region Builders & Remodelers Association (CRBRA): CRBRA is a professional trade organization whose members are dedicated to following a strict Code of Ethics that provides consumers with the confidence that they are hiring reputable builders, remodelers, suppliers, and home building service providers.
Center for Disability Services: For 75 years, the Center for Disability Services, known as the place where people get better at life, has been one of upstate New York’s largest providers of programs and services for individuals who have disabilities. Many of the innovative programs and vital services the Center offers are not available elsewhere. It has more than 80 locations throughout 15 counties and annually provides programs and resources to more than 12,000 infants, children, adolescents, adults and seniors who have many different disability diagnoses including cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities, multiple sclerosis, autism spectrum disorders, epilepsy, spina bifida and traumatic brain injury. The Center for Disability Services, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, has four divisions: Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center, Life Quality Solutions Incubator, Prospect Center in Queensbury and St. Margaret’s Center. We are committed to the well-being of the people we serve, while providing opportunities which lead to independent lifestyles.