October 15, 2010-- This is what happens when luxury meets sustainability.
Having come from a strong, award-winning traditional construction background, owners Vic and Rachel Puri wanted to make a little change in the way things are done in the not-so-typical new home.
October 4, 2010 - SEED of Bethesda, MD, scion of award winning Classic Homes of Maryland, will be completing construction of one of McLean’s first LEED homes this month. Fairfax County has only seen one of the coveted LEED certified homes, and Virginia has only had 15 LEED homes certified through their program to-date, making this house an icon of quality construction.
Located at 6606 Chesterfield in McLean, the quality of this home is not only measured by the US Green Building Council’s (USGBC) LEED home program, but also incorporates the EPA’s Indoor AirPLUS and the ENERGY STAR Home builder program certification.
At 6606 Chesterfield Ave in McLean, SEED Homes is nearing completion of one of their flagship models, the Forester. With the construction of the home, SEED will showcase a new, environmentally responsible approach to luxury building, focusing on sustainability in design, quality and durability in materials, and emphasis on energy efficiency and home health.
JUNE 7, 2010—SEED’s high performance home is under construction in McLean, Virginia.
Vic Puri is no stranger to the builder’s life. He grew up locally as the son and nephew of custom home builders. Something just did not stand out to him immediately about...
Bringing Green to Luxury
Our mission for the Forester is to showcase a new standard in luxury building, focusing on sustainability in construction, energy efficiency in design, home health in indoor air quality, and crafting a well-appointed dream home for any family.
SEED (Sustainable Energy-Efficient Design) homes are built throughout Washington DC, Maryland, and Northern Virginia.