23 Evergreen Lane, New Paltz
This Zero Energy Ready home provides the ultimate experience in Health, Comfort and Energy Efficiency. Starting with super insulated concrete forms, triple pane glass, a state-of-the-art heat recovery ventilation system and using photovoltaic solar panels and geo thermal heating/cooling system, this home can consume less energy than it produces; thus achieving Net Zero Energy use. This home has a comprehensive system which minimizes air pollutants and allergens while providing continuous fresh air flow and effectively filters the air you breathe. A Zero Energy Ready home provides an ultra-comfortable, healthy, quiet, and sustainable home that is affordable to live in. All this in addition to a wonderful floor plan consisting of an open concept living/dining/kitchen area, a separate family room with small office right next to it, wonderful storage and a powder room on the first floor. The second floor has a spacious master suite with three closets, a large subway tiled bathroom with double vanity, two additional large bedrooms, a guest bathroom with double vanities, and upstairs laundry. The walkout basement consists of a very large finished space with a large window for extra light (currently being used as a workshop, but can easily be converted into additional living space), and a separate room currently used as a gym. There is an oversized composite deck in the back with stairs down to the beautiful wooded backyard with tons of privacy, a newer 3 person hot-tub, and a removable durable fabric awning for the warm summer months. No expense has been spared on the decorating and functionality of this home. Located on a quiet cul-de-sac of other similar homes, this New Paltz gem is worth seeing.
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