Parades, Fireworks and Potato Salad

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Image via Pottery Barn

It’s that time of year again; the kids are out of school, the store fronts are dressed up in red, white and blue and here in Phoenix you could fry an egg on the sidewalk. There is something about the fourth of July holiday that brings to mind a greater sense of community than some of the holidays throughout the year. Perhaps it’s due to the omnipresent sunshine which is absent during the winter months, when people tend to hunker down inside with their families. On July 4th, families get out of their house and onto the street. Parades and pot-lucks are the pervasive theme, cul-de-sacs are rife with children playing with sparklers and the chef du jour stands ready at the grill.

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The built-in grill from our Verandah model at Silverleaf

As with many of the other holidays throughout the year, the home gets dressed for the occasion. It can be something as simple and patriotic as putting up the American flag, or for those who want to express their inner Martha Stewart, the red, white and blue theme can be carried throughout the home.

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Photo courtesy of James McAdam Design, East Hampton NY

At Camelot we don’t just build luxury homes, we build neighborhoods. We create communities where people can celebrate together, watch each other’s children and grandchildren grow up and observe holidays with the families who live among us. So whether you’re commemorating our independence from England or commiserating about our dependence on foreign oil, bring someone a pie, share your potato salad recipe and by all means enjoy your Camelot Home. That’s why we built it.

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Potato Salad

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