If Greta Thunberg had a house in Canada it might look like this
Greta Thunberg posited at the Extinction Rebellion in London, UK back in April 2019 "How do we want the future living conditions for all living species to be like?"
I, for one, would like them to be very much like this home. Designed in collaboration with architect Alain Carle, the waterfront home is a Gold level LEED certified home built to the highest environmental standards and using sustainable energy systems.
According to the listing, "each component and system of the house has been analyzed and chosen to create a healthy, non-toxic and non-carcinogenic living environment."
For example, it has biomass central heating and all the materials are without COV and carcinogenic formaldehyde compounds.
The home is just 75 minutes from Montreal and beautifully integrated into the surrounding area.
The interior is stunning. The home is modern, luxurious but looks relaxed and comfortable as well.
The huge floor-to-ceiling windows offer breathtaking views of the surrounding land and flood the home with natural light.
The home is two floors with all the principal living areas on the main floor and the four bedrooms and bathrooms on the second.
The main floor has an open concept living, dining and kitchen area.
The bedrooms are spacious and have a Scandinavian design.
If the home wasn't impressive enough it sits an a whopping 8.7 acres of land and has access to a pristine lake.
Anyone who's eco-conscious. The home has a plethora of accolades and awards specifically for it's forward thinking green architecture.
You'd like to be in a more urban setting.
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