Indigo Park is a groundbreaking new development on Kiawah Island with 16 LEED certified homes with luxury amenities, pools, and marsh views. The sustainably built enclave is the brain child of groundbreaking developer Dyal Compass, a long-time home owner on the Island. The 9 acre parcel was divided into 16 homesites wit the goal of having the first development in a luxury resort with all LEED Certified Homes.
Dyal has transformed a property from an undeveloped parcel originally slated for a condo project, into a luxury enclave of 16 luxury homes built using the most environmentally sensitive materials available. The efforts to maintain the highest standard in building and design have not gone unnoticed and the development is receiving a lot of attention and “buzz” on the island.
The first sale in Indigo Park closed recently, with the buyers purchasing 113 Halona Lane at the full asking price of $2,515,000. 113 Halona Lane is a Palmetto Model, which offers 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms on a two level open layout. Other plans range from 3 to 5 bedroom designs, some with detached guest house options.
LEED certification is not a designation which is easily achieved. LEED (Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design) is a difficult certification to achieve, and involves sourcing environmentally sensitive building materials and eco-friendly, low impact systems. The homes at Indigo Park boast UV reflective roofs which save on cooling costs, Energy Star appliances, pervious driveways and indigenous landscaping, as well as Geo-Thermal heating and cooling systems which harness the power of the earth’s core to control interior temperatures.
Truly a remarkable opportunity exists at Indigo Park to live in harmony with nature in a luxury environment. The location is one of the best on the island, centrally located just behind the second gate within walking distance to the River Course and luxurious Sasanqua Spa. Furthermore, the small enclave has a 3 acre park which was donated to the Kiawah Island Conservancy for the purpose of maintaining a natural habitat and place where residents can commune with nature. All Indigo Park homes come with Kiawah Island Club Membership opportunities for buyers, which adds to the lock-and-leave lifestyle so desirable on this island.