JUST FINISHED - A 1948 Central Austin home is getting a face lift and over 1500 sq ft in additional living space in the form of a 2-story addition. This is a project designed by a new partner of ours, FAB Architecture. Professional photos coming Spring 2018.
Brady Lane Remodel
**WINNER of the 2017 Regional Contractor of the Year Award, Nominated for 2017 National CotY Award** This 1961 A.D. Stenger-designed home in Rollingwood was in need of a face lift. The owners reached out to Architects Clayton & Little who then reached out to Camelot. Together, this home was completely renovated to add more living space, a refreshed pool, more bedrooms, and a lighter, brighter environment. Several 'before' shots are included with the professional 'after' photos. Everybody loves a good before & after!
Finished in February 2017, you can see the year-long progress through the homeowner's blog.
**Award Category: Entire House Remodel $500k-$750k
Kenwood Avenue Remodel
**WINNER of the 2017 Austin and Regional Contractor of the Year Award, Nominated for 2017 National CotY Award** This Travis Heights bungalow needed more space for the work-from-home owners, plus it needed more guest space for friends and family. It started out as a strangely-configured 2 bedroom/1 bath. Camelot teamed up with Architects Clayton & Little to create a new addition with elevated walkway over the deck, two new offices, a new master bedroom suite, a new private den on the back of the home, and now the home is a 3 bedroom/3 bath masterpiece.
**Award Category: Entire House Remodel $250k-$500k
UNDER CONSTRUCTION - The new framing is done, siding is UP, windows going in now. Architects Clayton & Little have designed a 2-story home with high ceilings and a pitched-ceiling porch and huge attic space. We're taking this little cottage into the 21st Century.. Progress photos added frequently, keep checking back.
Headwater Lane Remodel
WRAPPING UP - Landscape going in now, professional photos will happen when things green up in the Spring. This ADU and pool completely transformed the backyard, we're very pleased with the result. Plus the main house renovations are breathtaking. Come back for pro photos soon. Design by Forge Craft Architecture.
Castle Hill Remodel
This traditional home was built in 1917 in the center of Austin, Texas. It needed some new features for the growing family to enjoy. A two-story casita with small garage and 500 square foot apartment now graces the back corner of the lot. It includes a deck to accommodate guests of all ages. An oversize carport with a massive amount of storage was added to the historic property. A two-story steel screened-in porch, spiral staircase, and rooftop deck with views of the Texas State Capitol Building are something for the adults to enjoy when they entertain. Architecture by Clayton & Little Architects.
Forest View Remodel
This home in the heart of Westlake is where our clients raised their family for more than 25 years. Rather than downsize now that the kids are grown, the owners decided to age in place and move the primary living areas to the ground floor. Barley|Pfeiffer Architecture reconfigured the entire downstairs to include a brand new master suite, open concept kitchen, laundry and office space, and screened in porch to take advantage of the evening breezes.
Washington Square Remodel
Known around town as the 'Alamo House' and, more historically accurate as the James-Mathews House, this home built in 1912 was in complete disrepair. The mission style house near The University of Texas campus was originally 2400 square feet. Camelot added a 2-story addition to the back of the home, completely remodeled the existing interior and exterior, and managed to maintain the Historic designation from the City of Austin. In the end, the home finished out at 5500 square feet, 5 bedrooms, 5 baths. On a lovely corner lot, the house is made of clay terracotta hollow bricks reinforced with cement.