Higher sustainability Hillside Home style
Crowned as the first LEED for Houses Platinum licensed house in Marin County, this four-story hillside house obviously cannot categoried as usual properties. Situated in the hills of Mill Valley- California, this custom modern home was designed by Scott Lee, majority partner at San Francisco-based SB Architects, and built by well-liked green builder McDonald Construction & Improvement. This home is a statement of what is feasible combining “high style with higher sustainability”, offers for a very vertical style with living and private zones situated on numerous separate floors, with several outside and covered terraces and balconies that is capitalize on stunning views of the bay and the San Francisco skyline beyond. The interior function a cool mixture in between a assortment of wood-craftsmanship furnishings. This higher-sustainability hillside house maybe one of only a handful in the state of California.
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