How We Build
Bayswater Development blends traditional materials and proven methods, with leading edge new technologies, to build a low maintenance, efficient and attractive home.
High quality traditional materials compose the structure, finishes and hardware of your new home, providing an attractive appearance and long term reduced maintenance. Examples of our improved construction elements include: concrete block construction, hurricane impact rated windows and doors, cypress exterior wood, stainless steel hinges on exterior doors, secondary water barrier roofs, poplar and pine interior wood trim, solid core interior doors, brass or copper exterior wall lights, dovetail joint cabinetry, quartz countertops and paver driveways.
New technologies are used to gain performance and efficiency to lower your cost of ownership. Examples of our preferred efficiency features include: Double Pane, Low E windows, Energy Star roofing, high performance insulation, Energy Star appliances, learning thermostats and high efficiency heating and cooling.
Bayswater Development Management Team
Dude Braselton grew up in Indialantic, Florida and started the operations of Bayswater Development Corporation in 2000 after returning to the area from Dallas, Texas where he worked for a nationwide real estate investment firm.
Dude is a graduate of Southern Methodist University, and holds both Florida Certified General Contractor and Florida Real Estate Broker licenses.
Nick Sottile first joined Bayswater Development Corporation in 2001 and is a licensed Florida Certified General Contractor.
Nick grew up in Indialantic, Florida and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from The University of Central Florida.
Rich Veit joined Bayswater Development Corporation in 2017. Before coming to Bayswater, Rich worked for several nationwide builders in both the commercial and residential sectors of construction.
Rich was raised outside of Philadelphia in a small town named, Media, PA. Rich attended Kings College in Wilkes- Barre, PA. and Palm Beach State College in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.