81 Eastward was built on speculation in a waterfront condominium community. It allowed me to explore my interest in building an energy efficient, low maintenance home for the active-retiree market, though hallways, doorways and bathrooms are sized to accommodate a wheelchair bound person. The floor plan is open and the master suite is on the first floor. There is a generous screened porch for easy summer living. The second floor has two bedrooms, a study and a bath. Finishes include wood ceilings and natural wood trim. High efficiency, propane-fired boilers supply radiant heating systems on the first floor and baseboard heat on the second. A heat recovery fresh air ventilation system guarantees good air quality. Most lighting uses CFL bulbs; materials used are all low VOC. Large overhangs control heat gain from summer sun without blocking winter sun.
Realtor: Ed Glover 207-504-7606
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