The New American Remodel 2018 is located on a beautiful, tree-lined street in Rose Isle near historic downtown Orlando. The 2-story traditional home was built in the 1930’s, and designed by Harold Hair, a noted architect of this time. Mr. Hair was important, having designed buildings for Rollins College, All Saints Episcopalian Church and other distinguished private residences in Winter Park and downtown Orlando. The home is located on a large lot advantageous to a full-scale renovation.
With the original home and structure remaining mostly intact, renovations will include the opening of existing rooms and interior spaces, reconfigured closets and baths, enlarged dining room, a luxurious master suite addition, a new gourmet kitchen and family room addition, large covered porch/outdoor living, summer kitchen, relocated resort style pool/spa, breezeway and a 3-car garage with bonus room. The current architectural style will be transformed into a new traditional estate design- elegant and current.
This home will be featured in The International Builders’ Show which is organized by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and is the largest building industry tradeshow in the US. The only event of its kind to focus on the needs, concerns, and opportunities that face builders.
The New American Remodel 2018, Honoring tradition, built for the future.