Property of the Week: $749,900 Eco Home in Rocky Ridge

It has solar panels and a rainwater capture system.

The main level has bamboo floors.

Where it is

89 Rockhaven Green N.W.

The history

Built in 2011, 89 Rockhaven Green is located in the environmentally-friendly development of EcoHaven. Homes in this neighbourhood have solar panels and collect rainwater. They are also built on 25-foot lots orientated around a shared green space with an aspen forest and three ponds.

What to love

This three-bedroom is packed with thoughtful features like triple glazed windows that help keep the home warm in winter and cool in summer, bamboo flooring, ceramic tile and non-toxic paint. It has a high-efficiency furnace as well as solar thermal panels on the roof to keep heating costs low. Rainwater is captured and re-purposed for use in toilets and lawn maintenance. It backs onto a sprawling green space with views of the Rocky Mountains.

What to consider

EcoHaven is structured like a bareland condo, which means residents own their lot as well as 1/25 of the shared greenspace. The shared space includes a greenhouse, outdoor gardens and amenities building. Residents pay $90 a month for maintenance.

The stats

2,185 square feet
3 bedrooms
3 bathrooms
Walkout basement
Quartz countertops
Stainless steel appliances
Solar thermal panels and solar electric system

Listed for $749,900 with the realtor team Lamb-Gogol

The main level has bamboo floors.

The open concept living/dining room has views of the Rocky Mountains.

The kitchen has quartz countertops and stainless steel appliances.

Triple-glazed windows help regulate the temperature of the home including in the upstairs bedrooms.

The five-piece master bath has dual vanities and a low-flow toilet.

The upper deck looks over an aspen forest.

The walkout basement opens onto a lower patio and landscaped yard.

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