Our “Mill House” Sweeps BIA People’s Choice Awards

September 13, 2012


The People Have Spoken. And We Love What They’re Saying!

The “Mill House” swept the People’s Choice Awards in this year’s Parade for Favorite House, Favorite Decor and Favorite Landscape!

This year marked the 60th Anniversary BIA Parade of Homes. Featuring 12 custom homes, one in particular swept the Raymond Barry People’s Choice Awards. Miller Troyer Custom Homes, Remodeling & Amish Cabinetry built and furnished the “Farmhouse chic” Mill House with the help of New Avenue Architects & Engineer Partners and Crimson Design Group.

From the September issue of the BIA magazine feature:

Miller Troyer’s unusual blend of tradition and high-tech is one reason why their entry in the 2012 BIA Parade of Homes at Meadows at Lewis Center attracted so much acclaim. Although this year’s Parade was MillerTroyer’s first experience as a Parade builder, the company won first place in the Raymond S. Barry People’s Choice awards for Favorite House, Favorite Décor and Favorite Landscape–plus two gold, one silver and five bronze Parade of Homes awards.

You can view and download the full feature on Miller Troyer in BIA September/October 2012 Issue here.


Additional links:

New Avenue Architects & Engineer Partners:


Crimson Design Group:


BIA Parade Of Homes website: www.biaparade.com

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Parade of Homes

June 11, 2012

The 2012 BIA Parade of Homes is at The Meadows at Lewis Center, on Lewis Center Road, just west of Old State.

The Parade starts on Saturday the 16th and runs through July 1st.  The hours are noon-9:00pm on Monday thru Saturday and noon-6:00pm on Sundays.

Please come on out and see us at what we are calling our Mill House.  It is a throw back to the old farm style homes with all the modern conveniences.  It is a 4 Bedroom, three full baths and two half baths.  The house has 4,700 sq. ft. of living space over three levels.

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