If you’ve visited the new home sales office of a production builder, you may think you know a thing or two about the building process. Well, think again. Graystone’s building process is unique! No pushy sales people. No low “ballpark price” for a home that would require costly upgrades to become truly livable. And our “standard” products are what most builders would consider “upgrades.” For more information on Graystone’s unique building process, click here. Be sure to see what makes us green.
We are proud to provide truly custom homes of superior quality, craftsmanship and design. We use only the finest materials and products in our homes to ensure enduring quality for our customers.
Anthony Clatterbuck is a 4th generation carpenter. His lifelong career in the construction industry started when he was just 13 years old working with his father, Guy Clatterbuck, Sr. Anthony worked his way through the ranks for various homebuilders until realizing his dream of becoming a homebuilder.
He founded Ace Carpentry, Inc, a residential frame and trim carpentry subcontractor, in 1983 with two of his lifelong friends, Kenneth Shifflett and Gary Long. His wife, Linda, was instrumental in the success of the company – running payroll, purchasing, and many other duties. By 2004, Ace Carpentry had become one of the largest trim and frame subcontractors in the Washington Metropolitan area.
After being approached by customers with the request that Ace build homes for them, he formed Graystone Homes, Inc. in 1989. Graystone became a custom homebuilding company known for their attention to detail, superior craftsmanship and flexibility.
As Graystone Homes continued to grow and develop they were perceived as a custom homebuilder catering only to the higher end market. Anthony knew that he was capable of building in the moderately priced market, but misconception of Graystone Homes was keeping potential customers from contacting him. In 1995, Westwood Homes, LLC was formed in order to satisfy the demand for high-quality construction at a lower cost. Though they are the same company, the public perception is different.