From salvaged railroad ties for fencing to a hidden bookshelf door as the master bedroom entry, the 2019 NAHB the New American Remodel Home was remarkable to tour.
While the house itself is stunning, the story behind it is a bit more interesting.
To start, the lot came with a 60 ft. Wide by 100 ft. Long and 10 ft. Deep pit; all of which was had been used as a neighborhood dumping ground over the years.
The previous owner’s original intentions were to build an in-ground target range, but that idea was eventually scrapped and never picked up again. And so, the trash pile came to life.
Beyond the tons of trash removed from the build site, I heard the remodel home itself was barely salvageable. They weren’t able to save much at all from the original house, yet, Luxus Design Build LLC still managed to put together a stunning home in the end.
When it came to touring the finished 2019 NAHB the New American Remodel Home there was everything from a massive dual-purpose RV garage, walk-in shower with double glass door entrances, a well being used as the home’s primary water source, and a huge pool right in the center of the home, and much more.
I found the layout to be exceptionally well planned out, but the location and proximity of neighbors didn’t seem right. In the middle of neighborhood after neighborhood of traditionally designed homes, this one stood out like a sore thumb with its ultra-modern design Sure, the salvaged railroad ties in the front yard, gravel driveway, etc. toned down the modern look, but it still felt out of place.
While riding the transport bus I overhead the same remarks from the rest of those on the tour.
Regardless of the above, I found the 2019 NAHB the New American Remodel Home had an incredible interior design. From the modern baseboard to the floating vanities, wood door selection, cladding details, kitchen cabinets, and so on, it was all executed brilliantly.
Virtually everywhere I looked I managed to find details I loved everywhere. Take for the instance the finer details like recessed pull handle tabs on the kitchen cabinet doors; they enhanced an already stunning kitchen with an ultra-clean look.
Some other things I found interesting where the wood plank boards found in the master bathroom shower’s floor. While a brilliant idea, I did find the boards to be rather noisy as they moved up and down from people stepping across them. Another highlight was the hidden butler’s pantry door which blended into the kitchen cabinets seamlessly.
Speaking of the butler’s pantry, I found it plus the mudroom and kitchen which all interconnected, to have the perfect layout. In other words, it all made sense.
At the center of the home, you’ll find a huge swimming pool and covered patio. I found the area made the home feel significantly larger and cozy. Rather than put the two in an open backyard where any neighbor can see, the enclosed area offers plenty of much-needed privacy.
Other highlights included the net-zero energy consumption and sustainable building techniques. Alongside those two comes a whole boatload of technology packed into the home.
Overall, I had a blast touring the 2019 NAHB the New American Remodel Home in Las Vegas. From the well-throughout layout to the beautiful interior architecture, and so on, the remodel home left me incredibly impressed at the end of the tour.