I feel weird saying “green home” and “concrete home” in the same sentence because it seems like such an oxymoron. But indeed, that is what this house is touted as being:
Exquisitely finished, award winning green home architecturally designed by Hugh Bitz. Enjoy this LEED Platinum certified concrete home free from utility costs! Geothermal & solar systems work together with clay painted walls to maintain the perfect environment.
Currently for sale for $649,000, this Vernon, British Columbia home has 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms in over 2500 square feet.
Come on inside…
I love the eggs in the corner (above).
The listing description of the kitchen is so fancy, it is almost a foreign language to me… something about induction cooktop, high speed oven, fully integrated Bosch dishwasher, FSC certified wood.
Below is a “sundrenched patio with hard wired sound system” – wow.
Clearly, no expense has been spared in this house.
An ultra-modern dining banquette…
…with ultra-modern doggie dishes (above).
Another nifty feature of this home is the Maintenance free SYNLawn… (a.k.a fake grass).
I would love to have a perfect, maintenance-free lawn like that! (Imagine the money you would save from not having to water!) On the other hand… I wonder how it stands up to doggie business?
The bathrooms are sleek and serene:
The bedrooms are minimalistic and clean:
And the home theatre is “accoustically enginered“. Wow.
Did I mention the home has “soy based insulation“?
For many more exquisite photos and impressive ammenities in this home, see here.
I’m still preplexed by that fake lawn… do you think it would have to be steamed cleaned like a carpet? How else would you get the doggie doo/pee smell out of it?
Yes, I lay awake at night and think about things like that.