As more consumers understand and appreciate the philosophy of environmentally sensitive building, communities will benefit from projects like Indigo Park where patience and commitment to sustainable, high quality design principles are paramount.
Kiawah Island, SC (PRWEB) February 17, 2015
Dyal Compass, LLC, the real estate development group led by longtime Kiawah property owner and green building visionary Candace Dyal, set the trend of building environmental LEED (Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design) homes on Kiawah Island with the first luxury home sold in January 2015.
Her group has transformed a property from an undeveloped parcel, to a luxury enclave of 16 homes built to exceptional design standards using the most environmentally-sensitive materials. This innovative thinking, coupled with a real estate partnership with Kiawah Island Real Estate and Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty, has proven successful. The five bedroom, five and one half bath home which sits along the marshes of the Kiawah River sold for full asking price of $2.515 million.
“As more consumers understand and appreciate the philosophy of environmentally sensitive building, communities will benefit from projects like Indigo Park where patience and commitment to sustainable, high quality design principles are paramount. This is a trend that has spread across America and Europe.” Said Candace Dyal, President of Dyal Compass LLC.
An important strategy for Indigo Park was to lead by example. Dyal Compass built several homes that show the quality and innovation of green building materials and technique in a variety of floor plan designs. Currently, Indigo Park has four completed homes ranging from 3-5 bedroom designs and all certified LEED. The home currently under construction is steps from the community park, and is a “Palmetto” floor plan - featuring five bedrooms and boasting a 20 by 40 foot geothermal pool on the oversized deck. Memories will be created entertaining with these amazing views. A Camellia Model is due for construction next, and will anchor the Indigo Park Community with its cutting edge four bedroom design.
Since the inception of Indigo Park, Kiawah’s only LEED-certified neighborhood, Dyal Compass has remained committed to its design principles of sustainable, green building initiatives that require less impact on the environment. The savings on utilities is just an added bonus. The proof is clear in Indigo Park, Dyal Compass is a trendsetter in the growing green building movement on Kiawah.
Dyal Compass, LLC is a real estate development company who, in collaboration with a world-class team of architects and builders, creates high-end luxury properties with a focus on LEED and Passive Home certified accreditation. Dyal Compass takes pride in its approach to developing responsible living practices with a conscience. Its goal is to design, develop and deliver properties for those clients who value green building practices with environmental awareness and conservation. Dyal Compass’ offices are located at 54 W 40th Street, New York, NY 10018
Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty has been serving the Lowcountry for over 30 years, having closed well over $1.5 billion in real estate sales during this time. Joining the Sotheby’s International Realty brand in 2007, the company has taken its local market expertise and expanded into the international arena through a close partnership with the Sotheby’s Auction House and a powerful referral network across affiliate offices worldwide. Daniel Ravenel Sotheby’s International Realty is located at 33 Broad Street in Downtown Charleston, and their local web address is DanielRavenelSIR.com. The Sotheby’s International Realty network currently has more than 15,000 independent sales associates located in approximately 720 offices in 52 countries and territories worldwide. Each office is independently owned and operated.
Kiawah Island Real Estate has more than 350 years of combined experience offering Kiawah Island real estate, they are usually one of the first to know about plans for new developments and intimate details about every property on the Island. They can introduce buyers to the Island neighborhoods and the many advantages of property ownership on Kiawah.