SE 2857TD

Bedrooms
4
Garages
2
Price
0
Bathrooms
3
Area
2,857 SF

Great Room Open Concept
Passive Solar
Roof Designed for Future Solar
SunTerra Energy Block Thermal Mass Design

SunTerra EnergyBlockTM provides an interior decorative masonry wall surface utilizing the principle of thermal mass to create an even temperature throughout a home year-round. The thermal mass absorbs heat energy when the surroundings are higher in temperature than the mass and gives thermal energy back when the surroundings are cooler. This produces the most efficient and comfortable living environment available for the homeowners.

The pinnacle of energy conservation
Constructed with SunTerra EnergyBlock wall system
Improved comfort with high-thermal-mass storage
29% advantage over wood framing per Oregon State Cascades research
85% annual heating reduction/savings
Eliminates the need for mechanical air conditioning
Improves passive solar contribution with heat storage
Triple glazed, heat mirror, fiberglass efficient windows
Walls of concrete, steel, and insulation provide a strong, quiet house
No moisture, mold, rot, or pest problems in this home
Air quality assured with the energy recovery ventilation system
Low maintenance exterior with standing seam metal roof
Open, modern, multi-level floor plan with high ceilings
Covered entry, covered patio deck and sun deck with hot tub
Experience the beauty of decorative masonry in every room

Built in Bend, Oregon 2015

Cost per Square foot $160.49

Includes all cost from bare ground to move in except: Lot cost, financing expense, low voltage wiring, active solar system, and landscaping

Additional Details

PLAN #: 2857TD

•  LEVELS:  2

•  MAIN LEVEL:  1748 SQ FT

•  UPPER LEVEL: 1109 SQ FT

•  OTHER LEVELS:

•  GARAGE:  867 SQ FT

•  COVERED PORCH:  105 SQ FT

•  DECKS: 371 SQ FT

•  SHOP:  Yes

•  STORAGE – BONUS:  Shop Area

•  N to S DIMENSIONS:  42′

•  E to W DIMENSIONS:  74′

•  HEIGHT:  28′

•  ROOF PITCH:  3:12

•  PARKING:  2 Car Garage

Includes a PDF of our 122-page Conservation Guide providing the latest in building science and proven cost-effective, energy-saving features that you may incorporate in to the construction of your new home.

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