Judges for the 2020 Gold Nugget Awards have named Camelot Homes the winner of “Home of the Year,” which is the top category in the annual competition that honors architectural design and planning excellence.
Camelot’s Plan 2YC at The Villas at Seven Desert Mountain took home the award and the same home also received a second award for “Best Single Family Detached Home --- 3,500 to 4,500 square feet,” according to a press release.
“We are thrilled to win ‘Home of the Year’ for the second time in Camelot’s history,” Julie Hancock, managing director of Camelot Homes, said in a prepared statement.
“It takes a team of amazingly talented collaborators all pushing for excellence to achieve this honor. We are so proud and couldn’t have done it without our incredible partners.”
The award-winning architectural firm of Robert Hidey and Associates designed the winning home, along with the other homes in the community. Pacific Dimensions Residential designed the interiors. One and two story plans range from 3,918-4,680 square feet with two to five bedrooms, two and a half to five and a half baths, a den, elevator and three-car garage. Prices begin at $1.7 million.
Selected from the pool of Merit Award winners, award winners were announced via a virtual event on July 24. In addition to its two awards, Camelot Homes was recognized with the following Gold Nugget Awards of Merit:
“Gold Nugget Award winners reflect our industry’s best, brightest and most innovative architects, planners and builder/developers,” judging chairman and Gold Nugget ceremonies administrator Lisa Parrish said in a prepared statement.
Now in its 57th year, the Gold Nugget Awards draw entries from throughout the U.S. and internationally.
They honor design and planning achievements in community and home design, green-built housing, site planning, commercial, retail, mixed-use development and specialty housing categories. 2020 winners were selected from 575 entries from around the world.