Julie Hancock, managing director and co-owner of Camelot Homes, in Scottsdale, Ariz., also a Bronze Award winner, echoes that sentiment. “Even before we got the report, we knew from the judges some of the things it would say, and we started working on those right away.”
To celebrate its 50th anniversary in business, Arizona-based Camelot Homes donated $50,000 for endowed scholarships for Herberger Institute students. A $25,000 scholarship was earmarked for students of ASU’s new popular music program, a bachelor’s degree concentration in the School of Music. A second $25,000 scholarship is available to students studying in any of the five schools of the Herberger Institute. In addition, the School of Music and the family-owned homebuilder joined forces to establish the Camelot Homes-ASU School of Music Concert Series, underwritten by a $10,000 gift from Camelot Homes and featuring music students.
Juliet Justice has used a wheelchair to get around since she was 8. She became really good at maneuvering spaces that were not quite — or even far from being — able to accommodate her.
And she was OK with it.
“My parents really encouraged me to do what I can with what I have. They encouraged me to think creatively,” said Justice, who exudes a sunny disposition and beaming smile. “Learning to live in homes that weren’t ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant made me really creative.”
In fact, none of the houses Justice lived in were fully compliant. Until now.
That changed in January when Justice and her family moved into their new home by Camelot Homes at Heirloom at Morrison Ranch in Gilbert.
Camelot Homes announces a unique new Stay & Play experience at The Villas at Seven Desert Mountain™ in North Scottsdale. Potential homebuyers now have the opportunity to stay in one of the award-winning community’s homes, play golf at the championship Seven Desert Mountain golf course and partake in the community’s world-class amenities. The luxury lock-and-leave lifestyle community began selling last year offering 49 residences starting at $1.4 million.
Camelot Homes, a Scottsdale-based luxury homebuilder, has seen a 26% increase in its dollar volume of sales through October compared to the same period last year. “It’s been phenomenal,” says Julie Hancock, Camelot’s managing director. “Because the resale market’s so strong, a lot of people are seeing it as an opportunity to really upgrade their house and their lifestyle while maintaining similar payments, because the interest rates are so low.”
From his time at military school to his 10-year career as a touring musician, it is safe to say Trent Hancock’s ability to wear many hats prepared him to be the VP of marketing at Scottsdale-based Camelot Homes. Learn about Trent Hancock…
THE HANCOCK FAMILY IS TRULY INVESTED IN ARIZONA. For more than 50 years—across three generations—they have been the force behind the popular Camelot Homes, a luxury homebuilder known for building some of the most distinct homes in upscale communities across the state.
From more than 550 entries, the judges selected grand and merit winners in categories including single-family, multifamily, and custom residential.
Camelot Homes announced the opening of its third model home at The Villas at Seven Desert Mountain in North Scottsdale. The luxury lock-and-leave lifestyle community started selling last year with two model homes. The third and newest model is now open and showcases the third floor plan available in The Villas.
While resale supply of existing homes in the Valley has reached unhealthy lows, according to one real estate expert, several homebuilders are opening communities this summer in all price ranges from Buckeye to Chandler in order to try to meet some of the growing demand.
Camelot Homes in Scottsdale is marking its 50th anniversary with a major investment in arts education.
Camelot Homes has been led by three generations of the Hancock family since 1969, most of whom are ASU alumni.
The Sonoran Desert, breathtaking and undoubtedly Arizona’s most impressive feature, provides its residents with year-round opportunities to delight in the outdoors. However, fall’s beauty has proven to be especially irrefutable. The season’s cool weather and pastel skies effortlessly lure us outdoors. Further indulge in fall by transforming your outdoor living area into an ultimate luxury outdoor oasis. The pros at Camelot Homes, dedicated to encouraging “buyers to turn their backyards into a place they can go to unwind from the day,” have provided us with advice on how to “connect the indoors with the outdoors” during better weather.
Well-located on the southwest corner of Pima Road and Bronco Trail, the soon-to-be 16 residential lots sold for $2,850,000, or approximately $150,000 per acre.
Striking but soft. Luxurious but laidback. This Scottsdale abode truly ticks all of the boxes when it comes to a dream home. Read more about our 9505 Cavallo model in this 4-page spread!
What is best described as “warm contemporary,” the award-winning Cavallo model at Camelot Homes’ White Horse neighborhood in Scottsdale is a beautiful example of relaxing living in elevated style.
Scottsdale’s thriving economy is driving its housing market, and that market is a competitive yet welcoming place for new residents. According to Zillow, the median price of homes in the city amounts to more than $400,000, and it’s expected to continue to rise in the coming decade. Arizona is beautiful, Scottsdale is hoping, and a lot of people are showing an interest in relocating.
Taking housing as a barometer of the economy, Metro Phoenix is looking pretty good. Multifamily developments, especially, seem to be sprouting on every block, and one of the biggest complaints heard in development circles is there is a shortage of construction workers — a situation exacerbated by the fact that the construction sector has shown the greatest growth rate (12.7 percent).
Our Lane’s End model home was featured in Modern Luxury Scottsdale’s recent Interiors edition. Flip through the pages (we’re on page 46!) and read why you should schedule a tour with us today.
Camelot Homes, one of Arizona’s oldest and most prestigious family-owned homebuilders, is currently in the pre-sales phase at its latest community – The Villas At Seven Desert Mountain™.
Morrison Ranch is a 2,000-acre master planned community in Gilbert. The project could begin its final home sales in 2021.
Four homebuilders have signed on at the master-planned community
Even in the age of virtual reality, model homes are a crucial part of the new home sales process, say five industry pros – including our own Trent Hancock!
Location: 10104 N. 102nd Way, Scottsdale
Pricing: From the low $1 millions
Size: 3,100–3,800 square-feet
Beds/baths: 3–6 bedrooms, 3.5–6 baths
Sales ofﬁce hours: M/T/Th-Sat 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Wed. & Sun. 12-5 p.m.
Info: CamelotHomes.com; 602-762-7027
Description: Gated community with 15 single- family homes. Half of the lots back up to McDowell Mountain Golf Club. Located adjacent to McDowell Mountain Ranch Park and Aquatic Center.
Camelot Homes, one of the most prominent homebuilders in Arizona, has announced a remodel division for older Camelot homes, along with homes outside of the brand.
Camelot Homes’ Lane’s End has opened its first of two model homes. The gated North Scottsdale community is comprised of 15 single-family homes, with half of the lots backing up to the McDowell Mountain Golf Club.
Featuring our own Trent Hancock.
The community’s 15 homes are priced from the low $1 millions.
Let us introduce you to the Valley’s top design and build professionals. Today, let’s get to know Trent Hancock of Camelot Homes and learn about his favorite Arizona project, what inspires him and his biggest professional accomplishment.
The managing director of Camelot Homes in Scottsdale certainly led an active life in her younger days, competing in triathlons. Keeping up with a career and two young sons these days pushes her activity levels and work-life balance in ways she never imagined.
Camelot Homes, a family-owned homebuilder based in Scottsdale, announced the opening of two new communities in the Valley.
One of the first builders to bring garages, sunken fire pits and Roman columns to metro Phoenix’s housing market recently won several awards at a top industry competition for constructing the best home of the year.
Thanks to Arizona Foothills Magazine for recently naming Lane’s End one of their Best Places to Live!
From its 1959 establishment to this year’s PCBC conference, the Arizona-based builder prides itself on its history and the ability to flex with the market.
The new White Horse community offers unique single-story homes that complement the beautiful desert environment.
Camelot Homes in Scottsdale has appointed Trent Hancock sales and marketing director. Hancock is part of the third generation of family members to lead Camelot Homes, one of the oldest, family-owned home builders in Arizona.
Today’s Spotlight: Cammie Hancock Beckert
Toll Brothers, the nation’s leading builder of luxury homes, has granted more than 165 acres of pristine desert land to the Adero Canyon Community Association in Fountain Hills.
You wouldn’t know it by looking at Az Business magazine’s list of the Most Influential Women in Arizona Business for 2018, but women are underrepresented in business leadership positions.
Third-generation, family-owned and operated Camelot Homes has won Pacific Coast Builders Conference Gold Nugget Awards: Home of the Year, Best Single Family Detached Home, Best Indoor/Outdoor Lifestyle for a Home for its newly-completed White Horse community in Scottsdale.
For 55 years, the Gold Nugget Awards have raised the bar for innovative architecture, planning, and construction concepts that solve fundamental building industry needs through good design. Last night, the program announced its 2018 honorees at an awards ceremony and gala at San Francisco’s Moscone Center during PCBC, the Pacific Coast’s regional conference and trade show for real estate development.
The construction and sale of custom luxury homes is revving up again as population and employment continue to make solid gains in the metro Phoenix area.
Camelot brings something unique to the North Scottsdale community.
Camelot Homes has released a new floorplan at Lane’s End, its “downsized luxury” new community in North Scottsdale with a walking path to Desert Canyon Elementary and Middle Schools, the McDowell Mountain Ranch Park and Aquatic Center and Arabian Library.
Camelot Homes, a third-generation homebuilder in Scottsdale, and Robson Communities, a local active adult builder, were named the 2018 Builders of the Year (Grand Award) at the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona’s recent MAME Awards (Major Achievements in Merchandising Excellence) ceremony at the Westin Kierland Resort.
Camelot Homes, a third-generation homebuilder in Scottsdale, has received several honors in the 22nd Annual “HomeBuyers’ Choice Awards” 2018 from Eliant, ranking it a Top 5 Winner.
Camelot Homes, a third-generation homebuilder in Scottsdale, is increasing its investment in the Arizona market with the grand opening of White Horse, the continuation of sales at Lane’s End, the finalization of its plans at Desert Mountain, and the finalization of plans at Heirloom at Morrison Ranch.
Check out our tour with Scott Pasmore on Channel 3, where we take a look at the beautiful, contemporary Cavallo model!
Check out our tour with Scott Pasmore on Channel 3, where we tour the stunning farmhouse-style Cheval model!
Featuring a true paradigm shift in new-home design, White Horse — an intimate gated community — boasts five new single-story floorplans, each of which enjoys contemporized architecture with an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living spaces.