Plan G The Camelot

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The Camelot

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Our homes were named for historic, famous estates. The 55-room, fairytale-like Camelot” near Camden, New South Wales, Australia was reportedly built with the winnings from a racehorse which won the Melbourne Cup in 1877. It is constructed from brick and has a romantic silhouette of turrets, chimney stacks, gables, arched verandas and projecting bays. Camelot also has a fine brick stable with arched wooden ribbing, a brick smokehouse, and an octagonal aviary.

The Camelot House stands as a remarkable testament to the architectural elegance of its era. Nestled amidst the picturesque countryside, this historic residence exudes the charm of a bygone era. Constructed in the late 19th century, Camelot House boasts a distinctive architectural style that reflects the opulence and sophistication of the Victorian era. Its grand façade features intricate detailing, including ornate moldings, decorative cornices, and elegant balustrades, all meticulously crafted to evoke a sense of grandeur and refinement.

One of the most striking features of Camelot House is its sprawling verandas, which wrap around the perimeter of the building, offering sweeping views of the surrounding landscape. These verandas not only provide a tranquil retreat for residents but also serve as a gathering space for socializing and entertaining, further enriching the sense of community that permeates the estate.

Inside, the interior of Camelot House is equally impressive, with spacious rooms adorned with exquisite furnishings and period décor. High ceilings, elaborate chandeliers, and intricately carved woodwork contribute to the house’s stately ambiance, while large windows flood the rooms with natural light, creating an inviting and airy atmosphere.

Over the years, Camelot House has undergone careful preservation efforts to ensure that its architectural integrity remains intact. Today, it stands as a cherished landmark, offering visitors a glimpse into the rich history and heritage of the region, while continuing to inspire admiration for its timeless beauty and craftsmanship.

This is an artists conceptual illustration of one of the elevations for our Plan G – The Camelot. The additional elevation designs for this floor plan will differ in orientation, color scheme, and exterior finishes.

Inspired by the Grandeur of Australian Heritage

Discover Plan G – The Camelot, a residence inspired by the historic Australian fairytale house. This two-level, 4-bed, 4.5-bath home spans 3,977 square feet, offering a unique blend of luxury, historical elegance, and architectural styles.

Spacious Design with Distinctive Features

The Camelot’s design includes two primary bedroom suites, a two-story great room, and a walk-in kitchen pantry. The covered outdoor spaces and meticulously planned layout ensure a living experience that is both grand and intimate.

Exclusive Lifestyle at Valley View Estates

Residents of The Camelot enjoy access to the Summit Club and the exclusive amenities of Valley View Estates, embracing a lifestyle that combines luxury, recreation, and a sense of community. World-class amenities include a pool, hot tub, and outdoor cabana area for relaxation and socializing, as well as a state-of-the-art exercise facility, two full-size pickleball courts, and much more.

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