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  1. 1958SE

    1958SE

    Square Feet: 1958 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 2
    When you enter this home from the large covered porch you pause to take in the expanse of grandeur. A very open design with ceiling transitions that define space and slope up to the balcony and loft above. A modest size home that appears much larger with a large master suite on the main floor. This home was built on a sloped site over a crawl space and large decks on the east and south for the perfect outdoor living location. An excellent passive solar design with radiant floor heating and cooling on the first floor and forced air heating and cooling on the second floor using an air-to-water heat pump. Plan includes a radiant-floor heating-tube layout a heat recovery ventilation design and an upper-level forced-air system design. Our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and proven cost-effective energy-saving features that you may incorporate in the construction of your new home is also included. Learn More
  2. 2495RL

    2495RL

    Square Feet: 2495 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 2
    Featured on the State of Oregon Green and Solar Tour This commanding passive-solar home was designed to conform to the slope of the lot with a garage for a truck with camper on the lowest level 1 and a garage entering from the side seven feet higher on the lot at level 3. You enter this home past planting areas to a covered porch at level 2. There is direct access to a large home office as well as the foyer with a 21 foot high arched ceiling. This level also includes the guest room bath and utility room. Up the next half flight of stairs takes you to the exercise room on level 4. Continue up another half flight of stairs turn left and experience a large open master suite with south glass and view on level 5. Go back to the bridge crossing the entry and you are in a true great room with 10’ ceilings indirect lighting fireplace entertainment center and a wrap around deck that takes you back to the sitting area of the master suite. This is a very fun unique home for adventurous homeowners. This home was built with 4 zones of radiant floor heat. The house was heated and cooled with an air-to-water heat pump. The energy recovery ventilation system was expanded to include a hydronic coil for forced-air cooling to the upper level. The home includes the heating cooling and ventilation design layout and our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and cost-effective energy-saving features information. Learn More

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