Help choose the House and Leisure House of the Year 2013 and you could win R30 000, courtesy of SA Home Loans.
One of these beautiful homes is going to be House and Leisure’s House of the Year 2013 and you have the opportunity to contribute to which one wins.
Eleven amazing homes are showcased here, all unique and special, and which individually appeal to different senses of style and taste, so vote for your favourite (see details below) – the one that epitomises you! By voting, you will not only stand a chance to see your favourite home win; you could also be the winner of R30 000, courtesy of SA Home Loans.
SA Home Loans has been a proud sponsor of the House and Leisure House of the Year competition for the past two years (click here to read a letter from the CEO, Kevin Penwarden). It’s a perfect match: a home-loan provider that offers an amazing home-loan experience and a publication that provides pure inspiration to homeowners.
Over the past 11 years SA Home Loans has delivered a unique home-finance experience to over 180 000 homeowners. As SA’s only non-bank home-loan provider it regards all applicants as individuals with unique needs and requirements. The company believes in the personal touch and has a team of specialist consultants who are dedicated to their craft, with branches nationwide. For more information visit sahomeloans.com
A contemporary Hout Bay home in Cape Town, designed by architect Paolo Deliperi, took top honours in the vote by readers last year. Inspired by its natural surrounds, it is cleverly staggered over four levels and follows the contours of the land, making liberal use of wood, glass and steel to maximise outdoor living and breathtaking views.
Happy voting – and, if you win, happy spending!
Closing date for entries is 31 August 2013.
Vote for your favourite house by sending an SMS that reads ‘HL, House (the number of your choice)’ and your name to 35443. Each SMS costs R1, 50. You may vote as many times as you wish via SMS, as well as online. Simply click on the images below to begin voting online.
Advertorial: Carrol Boyes
Click to view a description and more images of all the nominees.