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  1. 1154TU

    1154TU

    Square Feet: 1154 Bedrooms: 2
    Full Bathrooms: 1
    Our home owner found a reasonable priced lot with solar exposure and came to us hoping to be able to build an energy-efficient affordably priced home. This two-story open-floor plan fits this home owner well. The sleeping and den/loft area overlooking the living area below creates a spacious feel from above and below. The kitchen is large for a home of this size. There are lots of nooks and indirect lighting features. Passive solar light penetrates through the south and east large windows into the living and dining areas. As with all our plans you receive our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and cost-effective energy-saving features. Learn More
  2. 2619 DB

    2619 DB

    Square Feet: 2619 Bedrooms: 5
    Full Bathrooms: 2
    2006 Tour of Homes Green Award Winner! This unique passive-solar home is oriented with southeast and southwest window areas. The corner stone fire place with the window seats on each side is pointing due south. The foyer’s arched ceiling flows over the open staircase. A true open great room design that is inviting and warm. The master suite utility room and study are on the main level for your convenience. The three guest rooms media room and one bathroom are downstairs. The house is designed to accept radiant floor heating on both levels. The plans come with a mechanical design for air-to-water heat pump forced air cooling energy recovery ventilation and our 102-page Conservation Guide to help you choose and apply the best in building science and energy-saving features to your home. Features as Originally Built: State-of-the-art energy-efficient sustainable home Covered porch High-arched ceiling entry Open-design great room Abundant indirect lighting Built-in serving bars Rock gas fireplace with window seats Large wrap around deck with copper Trex railings adjoining master bedroom Large central recreation room Surround sound and wet bar Built over an unvented crawl space with a 6-foot ceiling Air-to-water heat pump Radiant floor heating Energy recovery ventilation Spray-foam insulation Passive Solar Design Excellent with proper orientation Learn More
  3. 2408TD

    2408TD

    Square Feet: 2408 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 3
    Style: Two Story with Master Bedroom Down Featured on the Central Oregon Tour of Homes The foyer has a high ceiling with an open staircase leading to the very open upper level except for the media room that maintains visual through house by use of glass to stop sound travel. The great room includes a water feature platform and corner fireplace with television above. The master suite was designed with 13’ of storage cabinets plus soaking tub and glass block shower. This passive-solar home gives the owners lots of options with offices and sleeping on both levels. The plans include radiant floor heating tube design for lower level and garage. 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
  4. 2380SL

    2380SL

    Square Feet: 2380 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 2
    Style: Contemporary – 1 Story This passive-solar home was designed for comfort and convenience. The home requires no steps on a flat lot. The entry presents a barrel vault running the full length of the ceiling. The solarium wraps around the living room master suite and nook accentuating the gas fireplace at the far end of the living room area The open design between sleeping areas creates a very spacious feeling. Featured are indirect and recessed lighting throughout the home. The covered patio enhances the outdoor living area. This is a very elegant and comfortable energy-efficient home. The plans include a radiant floor heating tube layout and our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and cost-effective energy-saving features. Learn More
  5. 2952 TD

    2952 TD

    Square Feet: 2952 Bedrooms: 4
    Full Bathrooms: 3
    PLAN 2952TD Style: Modern Contemporary – 2 Story The entry presents a great room with 17’ high ceilings. The south wall glass is two stories high. The upper windows solar gain is controlled by a 3’ roof overhang. The lower set of windows has shades that close from the bottom to top. The propane fireplace warms the great room and family room. The stairs balcony and loft look over the lower level providing a very dramatic open design. The lower level has everything for the owner’s and the upper level welcomes the guests. There is even a bonus room over the garage for what ever you desire. This excellent passive-solar home was built with all the cost-effective energy-saving features including a water-to-water heat pump extracting heat from the well water airtight foam insulation construction with an energy recovery ventilator and more. Plans include a radiant floor heating design for both levels. Our 102-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and cost-effective energy-saving features. Learn More
  6. 2961 TD

    2961 TD

    Square Feet: 2961 Bedrooms: 5
    Full Bathrooms: 3
    PLAN 2961TD Style: Contemporary – 2 Story This passive-solar home greets you through a covered porch into a spacious two-story entry. A 14’ high barreled vault runs from the entry to the covered patio. To one side are 12’ high ceilings over great room and study to the other side are 10’ ceilings over the kitchen and dining area. The main-floor master suite accesses the rear patio area. The master bath is set up nicely with its separate toilet shower area and luxury bath. Check out the good separation of area functions in this home with its five sleeping areas. This home could be a great bed and breakfast. The home was built with a 4-zone radiant floor heating /cooling system on the lower level and a forced-air fan-coil heating/cooling system for the upper level with energy recovery ventilation. Dimensions and Specifications Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 3.5 Office Level 1 1996 SF Level 2 965 SF Total Heated Space 2961 SF Garage 1268 SF Porch and Patio 302 SF Dimension N/S 84' Dimension E/W 58' Site: Flat or modest slope Client Needs: Five bedrooms (a room each for four teenagers) 3.5 bathrooms den family room and sewing room. Plus all the energy efficiency they could get as the husband works for the local electric utility company. Style: Two stories with master bedroom down Passive Solar Design ROOM DIMENSIONS Main Level Study 11’ x 11’ Guest Bedroom 13’ x 11’ Sewing and Utility Room 13’ x 10’ Kitchen 16’ x 14’ Living Room 25’ x 18’ Dining Room 14’ x 11’ Master Bedroom Suite 17’ x 13’ Garage 28’ x 26’ Upper Level All Upstairs Bedrooms 12’ x 10’ All Purpose Room 22’ x 14’ Learn More
  7. 3168DB

    3168DB

    Square Feet: 3168 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 3
    Our homeowner for this plan a vivacious single lady who moved from Florida with a plan she liked asked us to adapt it to our cold climate and make it an energy-efficient Sunterra home. As you enter from the covered porch you see an arched ceiling termination to indirect lighting past the living area. This home has 10’ ceilings above the living and kitchen area coffered ceiling over the dining room area and 9’ ceilings for the other rooms. Notice the open floor design with radius wall giving a very large feel to this home. The large master bath has a soaking tub and glass-block walk-in shower. The lower level has lots of room for family and guests with its recreation room two guest bedrooms two bath rooms wet bar and patio area. Learn More
  8. 2127TU

    2127TU

    Square Feet: 2127 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 3
    This Modern Contemporary – Two Story with Master Bedroom Up home was featured in Central Oregon’s Tour of Homes and received the once per year custom-home National Silver Value Housing Award from the National Association of Home Builders in partnership with the United States Department of Energy The owners of this great passive-solar home watch the fish jump in the Little Deschutes River as you recline on the second story deck or relax in shade on the lower patio. This home conforms to its natural environment and helps preserve the same by saving 70% of a typical home’s energy use. The open floor plan loft and balcony create a large home feel in a modest space. You will be amazed at the style and affordability of this scenic home. The upper level includes a media room a small library built-in reading bench guest room and the master suite with a soaking tub and shower. 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. Features as originally built: Qualifies to Midstate Electric Conservation Program Built to and certified by PGE Earth Advantage Program Radius stairwell with oak caps Window seats with built-in bookcase Radius granite fireplace hearth Oak built-in entertainment center R-30 double strapped-wall construction Kitchen nook overlooking river Observation deck with Trex decking and copper railing Water-source heat pump with radiant floor heating and chilled water air-conditioning Passive solar incorporated in structure Indirect lighting throughout Faux brick sidewalks Hardi-plank 50-year cement lap siding Learn More
  9. 2081SL

    2081SL

    Square Feet: 2081 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 2
    Combine comfortable year-round living and instant mobility. This home includes a radiant floor heated recreational vehicle garage – an extension of the home. Enter this passive-solar home under a barrel-vault foyer that flows into the great room. Notice the high ceilings fireplace entertainment center indirect lighting and arch accents. A great space to gather the family. The plan includes a 3-zone radiant floor heating-tube layout. 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
  10. L201-05

    L201-05

    Square Feet: 2052 Bedrooms: 2
    Full Bathrooms: 3
    "Citadel" Learn More
  11. 1997SL

    1997SL

    Square Feet: 1997 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 3
    Enter this great passive solar home through the covered porch. The high-arched ceiling of the foyer runs through the great room separating the dining area and conversation areas to the rear covered patio. There is great separation of sleeping areas for privacy. The plan is designed for an east or west view if reversed. Check out the large commanding kitchen and the true utility room. With its bonus room built into the truss roof over the garage this single level home uses space efficiently and openly. This plan also comes with a two-zone radiant floor heating tube layout. 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
  12. 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
  13. 1906TD

    1906TD

    Square Feet: 1906 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
  14. 1798TD

    1798TD

    Square Feet: 1798 Bedrooms: 3
    Full Bathrooms: 2
    Enter this passive solar home from the south through the warm sun space to the living room area. The ceiling is vaulted up to the loft and balcony above. Continue through the two-story dining room area into a large kitchen with two pantries. The master suite is on the radiant-heated main-level floor. Above the open stairs is the all purpose loft with adjoining deck. The open balcony takes you to the other two bedrooms and bathroom. Lots of home in under 1800 square feet and don’t over look the optional shop. Plan includes radiant floor heating tube layout and energy recovery ventilation 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
  15. 1688RL

    1688RL

    Square Feet: 1688 Bedrooms: 2
    Full Bathrooms: 2
    This home is an efficient passive solar design both in use of space and energy. You enter this home through the south-facing covered porch into a foyer that says warmth of solar and expanse of space. You are in the solarium entry that flows through the lower loving area and up the open staircase to the lofted living space above. This is a reverse living plan putting you above the norm. This great room concept flows horizontal and vertical. There are two upper decks north off the dining area and south off the master suite. Radiant floor heating with air-to-water heat pump and ventilation design drawings are included. 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

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