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Gibson Farmhouse



OVERVIEW

OVERVIEW

Marketable-Home

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11%

21%

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11%

(This house reported 28 resource efficient features.
Percentages above indicate the distribution of features and total 100%)

GOALS

  • To provide an energy efficient home that is a pleasing, enjoyable and healthy place to live.
Gibson Farmhouse

HOME DETAILS

  • Location: Siler City, North Carolina
  • Climate Zone: Mixed-Humid
  • Type of Project: New Construction
  • Home Completed: 2004
  • Setting: urban
  • Energy Source: - grid electric
  • Layout: Single-Family; 3 bedroom; No garage
  • Lot Size: 1 acre
  • Square Footage: 1511
  • Sales Market: Middle-income
  • Cost/Square Foot: $ 90.00

PRIMARY CONTACT

Judy Sharman, Marketing Director
Earth Renewal Shelter/Walk Softly
- Developer - Designer

Website:
Phone: (336) 580-2460

Note
Ecologically friendly land development specializing in green building and energy efficient homes.

HOME AWARDS/CERTIFICATIONS

SPECIAL INFORMATION

The Gibson Farmhouse is a 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 bath Energy Star certified home located in the ecologically friendly development of Greentree. Energy efficient appliances, green products, conscientious design and construction support the airtight building envelope to create a comfortable home. For more information on the community and developer visit http://www.earthrenewalshelter.com/.

Kitchen with custom wood cabinets

Sealed crawlspace with Thermax insulated sheathing

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