Eco-friendly home sells in
Kiawah Island’s Indigo Park
The five-bedroom home at 127 Halona Lane has sold.
Notable for the green building techniques used to craft it and the other homes available in Kiawah’s Indigo Park community, developer Candace Dyal believes the home is at the vanguard of a long-term trend.
“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,” says Dyal, a green building visionary and owner of New York-based Dyal Compass LLC.
“This is a trend that has spread across America and Europe. We are very excited to be gaining momentum on Kiawah.”
This is the second house sold in Indigo Park. The first closed in December 2014; that home also had stunning views of Bass Pond and the marsh.
Dyal Compass takes pride in developing LEED-inspired residential options it calls “luxury living with a conscience.” The firm’s goal is to design, develop, and deliver properties for clients who value green building practices, environmental awareness, and conservation.
All Indigo Park homes boast maintenance-free design and long-term durability, tucked into a community bordering a marsh rich with beauty and wildlife.
Kiawah Island Real Estate represented the buyer of 127 Halona Lane.