Next Century Seattle Homes

by | Mar 1, 2017

Our newest project is almost complete! These homes were designed to be sustainable without compromising the luxury one expects in high-end building. Located in central Columbia City, the homes are just two blocks from the the core shopping and restaurant area and just three blocks from the light rail station, earning a Walk Score in the 90s. The homes’ many windows offer views of Mt. Rainier and the Cascades. 

Featured Home

  • 2,250 square feet
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3.5 bathrooms
  • Recreational spaces
  • Living room
  • Dining room
  • Kitchen
  • Mudroom
  • Laundry
  • Driveway/parking

Amenities

  • All heated floors
  • Triple Pane Windows
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Induction Range
  • In-House Air Filtration System
  • Solar Panels
  • Electric Car Charging
  • 9 Foot Ceilings
  • Exposed Beams
  • Fenced Yard
  • Outside Patio

Positive Energy

These positive-energy homes use non-carbon-based sources of energy to produce 100% of energy needs for appliances, heating, and lighting. Additionally, the homes generate enough energy to power an electric car. This means no utility bills or additional charges to operate your electric car. And, most importantly, a positive-energy home does not produce carbon emissions, which are responsible for global warming. Living in a positive-energy home is one way of “doing your part” to ensure continued habitability of our planet.

Learn More

Visit the links below to follow the building process and learn more about how these custom-designed homes incorporate the latest technology to ensure the highest levels of energy efficiency and quality. 

https://nextcenturyseattlehomes.com
https://www.facebook.com/nextcenturyseattlehomes/

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