Camelot Homes is on the front cover of Business In Focus Magazine!
“Camelot Homes’ showcase accomplishment is a custom built marvel known as Music by the Sea. The one of a kind house clearly demonstrates the company’s advanced capabilities – along with its unique flair. Magnificent creations are around every corner. The banister of the grand staircase is a beautifully carved, full sized harp that morphs into a custom wrought iron railing depicting the ocean currents; seahorses hide within the front door detailing, their carefully carved tails wrapped artfully around a violin, aptly named “The Lost Stradivarius.” In the ceiling above the craftsman style den, muted light filters through a massive, Tiffany-style stained glass ceiling; perhaps most unexpected of all, there is not a single nail in the entire interior of the home. “It is attention to detail like this that really set us apart the most,” Dan Mcleod, owner of Camelot Homes, remarks. “A lot of people still can’t figure out how we did it. It is an unbelievable level of finish work. People just don’t do this kind of craftsmanship anymore.”
Camelot Homes is on the front cover of Best Homes Magazine!
“Truly listening to their clients is more than a Camelot theory; it is a proven model respected by peers and past clients alike. With homes routinely built to a platinum Built Green standard for energy savings and comfort, Camelot’s advanced building practices and technologies further supports a reputation that thrives on the cornerstone of quality. Hosting 4,100 square feet, this two-storey home maximizes square footage on an odd-shaped lot. Multiple extended living areas created more usable space with two outdoor kitchens, three outdoor fireplaces, and four patios enjoying its incredible landscape. Convenience and comforts are further addressed by a Control 4 home automation system that integrates window coverings, HVAC, audio/video, and security with comprehensive efficiency. Both Dan and Jeremy would agree that Music by the Sea is a direct reflection of the forward thinking and adaptation of the clients personal tastes and lifestyle and represents a marked shift in redefining what building a custom home entails. Jeremy explains, “Dan and I were in partnership with each other throughout the building process, and I believe I can say for both of us that we look forward to our next adventure.” “The entire home is a delight, from the handles to the stained glass, there is so much that is unique and special,” says the happy homeowner. “I said to my wife, ‘that door is backwards, its so beautiful it should be on the inside.” Literally stopping traffic, the beach house attracts visitors with its encompassing appeal that draws wholeheartedly from its setting. Winner of this year’s Georgie awards for BC Custom Home Builder of the Year and Best Custom Home over $3,000,000, Dan McLeod concludes, “People are quick to forget, but this home will never be forgotten.”