Local artisanal homebuilder, OPaL is set to construct a pair homes on an earlier developed lot in the Village of North Chevy Chase.
The new home community is known as The Village Twins. Few homes will be located just off Connecticut Avenue close to NIH and Rock Creek Park.
Sean Ruppert, OPaL’s President, said that the two new homes included in the company’s Coastal Collection are designed to suit homebuyers who are looking for a home like that of a vacation home.
The Village Twins is designed by Gregory Sparhawk, OPaL's Seattle-based architect from GPS Designs. It will feature stone and hardy plank facades, keeping with the architectural sentiments of Chevy Chase, but anyway it will overshadow the residential architecture present in the DC area when it comes to aesthetics and nature. The floorplans of the new home community are open and more emphasis is given on family living instead of secluded formal spaces.
Sean Ruppert, the owner and veteran builder/developer, operates with a team of the finest craftsmen and artisans in the region to construct homes that outdo local standards. From design and location to construction and accomplishment, all things are hand selected to suit the patterns of custom construction. He said that the Village Twins will have a combination of tradition, grace and character of an upscale coastal facade.
OPaL has recently sold the Cabin John Crossing community.