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Green house hunting

Greenhome3The election's settled, interest rates might even go down and green issues are de rigeur - if now isn't the time to buy an eco house, my name's AM Ateur Analyst. Anyway. The rather lovely-looking 2-bed house on the left is going for a cool £365k and comes with solar-heated water, organic paint finish, super-insulated triple glazing and a splendid timber frame. I found it on the website for Green Moves, which functions as a listings directory for green, energy-efficient homes in south and west England. In addition to plush full houses like this Shropshire one, the site features more modest (in the current market, at least) properties such as this £195k one-bed flat in the Greenwich Millennium Village.

May 22, 2005 in Energy saving | Permalink

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