With the help of a Philly-based architect who specialized in LEED-certified (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) building, the couple built a 1,200 square foot home with one main open floor with an upstairs loft, along with a walk-out basement complete with a bouldering wall, ping pong, and plenty of bike storage. The home qualified for LEED Platinum certification–the U.S. Green Building Council’s most stringent certification-with the passive solar design, roof-mounted solar panels, and solar hot water cutting energy bills down to “a couple hundred bucks a year,” according to Justin.
An article in Teton Gravity Research features photographs I took in and around this little place we call home.
Whitefield N H resident born and raised in Lincoln. Also coast to coast bicyclist.Was wondering who built your home? (Contractor)
Hi Art! Small world! Awesome to hear you are a fellow bike tourer! Our home was built by Presby Construction in Franconia, NH.
With a great basement designed by me
For those who may not know who “me” is: Kurt Kline Kitchen & Design