Camellia Manor was The New American Home of 2008. It fuses a traditional Antebellum styled home plan with state-of-the-art technology. This house plan has 6725 square feet of living area, four bedrooms and four bathrooms. It is available with a slab/stem wall foundation. A spacious master suite with plenty of amenities serves the owners. A first-level family suite is perfect for elderly parents. Two complete guest suites on the second floor create private retreats for visiting friends or children. An elegant study and a flexible clubroom, featuring a wet bar, craft room and family valet, are just a few of the functional amenities found in this Award-Winning house plan. Camellia Manor was the 25th anniversary of The New American Home and the model home of the International Builder's Show. It was commemorated with a traditional Plantation style fused with the latest in residential design, decor and building technologies. It also included an emphasis on sustainability and green building practices.
Camellia Manor was designed specifically with an established family in mind. The formal core of this house plan hosts a magnificent living room with a two-story wall of glass and a breath-taking two story-fireplace. The adjacent formal dining room resides under a unique ceiling treatment and is framed in wooden columns and arches. The under-stair wine cellar and a nearby butler's pantry complement a spacious and gourmet kitchen. The kitchen boasts two islands, an eating bar and an open arrangement with the dining nook and the leisure room. The entire space is filled with light and opens to the outdoor living area through retreating walls of glass. The view-oriented outdoor living space contains a full outdoor kitchen, dining area and a living room, complete with a fireplace.