With new homes varying from single-family custom to multifamily infill in communities in Maryland, Virginia and Delaware, Evergreene Homes offers all home styles with curb appeal
By Carina Calhoun
Virginia-based Evergreene Homes is one of the Mid-Atlantic region’s most creative homebuilders. From traditional townhomes with curb appeal to single-family homes with unique architectural style, their homes deliver a blended balance of quality and distinct design.
Robert Cappellini, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of the Evergreene Companies said, “At Evergreene Homes we take great pride in building homes with exceptional curb appeal, high standards for energy efficiency, new floor plans that reflect the way today’s families live, and lasting value achieved through our commitment to great design and quality materials and workmanship.”
According to Cappellini, in 2016, the Evergreene Homes team was involved in dozens of single-family and townhouse projects stretching from the eastern shore of Maryland and Delaware, to Baltimore, Northern Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley as well as two new projects located at Lake Anna, Va. and Lake Gaston, N.C.
“One of the greatest things about being a privately owned regional builder, led by industry veterans with experience in numerous architectural styles and designs, is that we have the freedom and the opportunity to create product that is specific to each new site we build on,” stated Cappellini. A major part of creating great curb appeal for each location depends on the home builder’s ability and flexibility to design and build townhomes that offer the spaces new homeowners desire and a look that appeals to that specific market. “The design process is one of the best parts of our business and we are fortunate to have a tremendously talented Director of Architecture on the team leading that effort,” he said.
When the Evergreene team starts a new project, according to Cappellini, they always study the market conditions, define goals and then hit the drawing board to get their initial ideas on paper. He continued, “Once we define the interior spaces needed to make the project a success, our architecture team refines the floor plans and then integrates exterior detailing to create the curb appeal that will hopefully stop people in their tracks and set us apart from our competition.” As each design is developed, the team also coordinates extensive review with its engineers and trade partners to make sure they are achieving their goals for energy efficiency and value through the application of best building practices to control cost and ultimately, deliver homes that are affordable in that market.