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Alexa

LoVe, lOvE this home!

   
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mjkjrobinson

I really love this house, so awesome and tastefully done! Beautiful!

   
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rhazard48

We designed & lived in a south facing home and used the solar gain in winter. Our angled, overhanging roof shielded the home in summer. This house doesn't mention any means of heat mitigation.

   

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