Price Reduced on Net Zero Energy Home Near DU

Murals    This 2008 home at 1960 S. Gilpin Street, near Denver University, was built to Passive House standards. It is super-insulated and solar-powered, generating more electricity than it consumes. It is grid-connected but with battery back-up so that it can function off-grid. The seller’s monthly bill from Xcel Energy is $5.89.  There is no gas meter and no furnace or air conditioner, because they are not needed. A solar thermal panel provides the home’s domestic hot water. You’ll like the main-floor master suite! And the location is great — four blocks to the light rail station, and four blocks to DU and the Ritchie Center. Wash Park is a short bike ride away, too! There are so many sustainable features to this house that you really need to watch the video tour at www.DenverPassiveHouse.com.  The price has just been reduced to $885,000. Come to our open house this Saturday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Here’s a video of a recent 80-minute class on “Getting to Net Zero & Beyond” taught in the living room of this net zero home:

 

 

Author: Golden Real Estate, Inc.

Golden Real Estate is a prominent member of the Denver/Jefferson County real estate scene. Based in Golden, we service both Denver and Jeffco, representing both buyers and sellers. We're well known for Broker Jim Smith's weekly "Real Estate Today" column published in the Denver and Jeffco editions of the Denver Post's YourHub section each Thursday. The column also appears in several weekly newspapers and is archived at www.JimSmithColumns.com. We have nine agents, all of whom are Realtors and EcoBrokers. Our office is solar powered and several of us drive electrics cars. Known for our sustainable practices, we accept polystyrene (aka "Styrofoam") for recycling, keeping 200 cubic yards per year out of area landfills.

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