Eco properties on the market: Thinking about a sea change? Live and grow in this thoughtfully designed, socially connected neighbourhood in the small coastal town of Denmark, Western Australia. This 9-star energy-rated solar passive home is now on the market, with an expected price of $530,000.
Innovative sustainable building practices such as hempcrete walls, north-facing aspect, energy efficient heat pump hot water and connection to an integrated 49kW solar power generation with battery backup keep this building comfortable and powered all year-round, while a rainwater tank and greywater systems make it fully off-grid.
This 130 metre square two-storey home in a duplex is located at 13/20 Wattle Way Denmark WA.
Fully self-contained, it is a two bedroom, two bathroom home with reticulated NBN/phone, TV and ethernet connections, and a garage.
In addition, residents can expect to be welcomed into a close-knit co-housing community with a strong sustainability bent, a 118 square metre community common house, workshop space and kid’s space.
Located in the small coastal town of Denmark, the DecoHousing Denmark Group has constructed 12 sustainable housing units of both two and three to four bedrooms.
Denmark is a 4.5 hour drive south of Perth and located on the southern ocean coast of south west WA. The local community is sustained through tourism, fishing, farming, and the arts.
The Eco Real Estate Team is responsible for the listing, which is being shown by appointment only.
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