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1910 Shingled House

Curt and Christine Mann were house hunting for a spot where they could experiment with ways to save energy and water. They thought this property had a nice vibe and the potential for a large veggie garden and space to implement solar power. However, it was in need of a major update. It fell within a historic district, which meant the street-facing facade had to be kept intact.

See how they reconfigured the layout and implemented many eco-friendly materials and resource-saving projects: 100-Year-Old Cottage, 21st Century Remodel
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