This project started as a speculative home until we had some enthusiastic clients move forward with the purchase early on in the process. They saw our vision for the home and were eager to collaborate on a home that maximized downtown McLean’s beautiful setting. This home’s modern exterior blends neutral colors of stone and stucco with contrasting trim and wood paneling. We chose to utilize the dramatic view in the home’s rear with walls of glass spanning from floor to ceiling. The enthusiasm and joy of our client’s reaction to the finished home were gratifying!
- Open floor plan with large gathering spaces.
- Unique, modern kitchen design with ceiling detail.
- Clean, timeless flooring, and hardware design selections.
- Large-format tiles and slabs create a dramatic fireplace and primary bath surround.
- Completed in 11 months
”We started the daunting task of searching for a home in McLean. After many months looking at the same types of homes, we reached out to TriCrest because we wanted something different. After meeting with Chris and his team, we decided to move forward with the build. We had heard many negative things about other builders and the process, but were so pleased with the TriCrest team and how they made us feel at ease. They built an amazing home and we are so grateful to them for their hard work.Homeowner
TriCrest Homes takes to task the challenge of creating unique designs within budgetary constraints. Our ability to create particular design elements from a concept delights our clients by exceeding their expectations. One example of this was the kitchen backsplash. Our clients wanted a tile that was beautiful but also unreasonably priced. We ended up creating a similar look while reducing the cost by five times the original price! Our commitment to meet our clients’ needs is rewarded by the joy of our clients when they realize their desires come to life and advocate so graciously for our firm. TriCrest loves working with people who want something truly different and appreciate the process of creating something that has not nor will not be built again.