There are very few chances to buy a home which has already undergone a substantial renovation, this home will use 72% less energy than similar homes in the area- that’s not just saving on carbon emissions, but saving on fuel bills too.
Having made all the improvements we had planned to undertake and more it is time for us to move on after enjoying our comfortable home in a great position for 8 years.
We are looking for another renovation project with possibly an additional SuperHome at the end of that road.
SuperHome 111 in Shropshire is up for sale with a fantastic energy bill of £100 per annum due to the RHI payment of £432 for the solar thermal panels and combined gas + electric costs of £535.
Hay Tor is a 3-bed detached bungalow with a converted garage to guest accommodation/studio with en-suite shower room. Good sized front and back gardens with a rural outlook on the edge of a village 3 miles south of Shrewsbury with great views over to the Welsh Hills and to Shrewsbury.
We dealt with a major retrofit project after we bought the bungalow including: triple glazing, external insulation, air-tight membrane, MVHR, solar panels, a very efficient gas boiler, etc.
The water supply is metered and the rain water that isn’t collected in water barrels goes to a soak away, saving the surface water charge. Our water costs have been between £160 and £200 per annum.
Details of property: http://www.superhomes.org.uk/111
The property is on the market for £315,000.
Anyone interested please contact Claus Best on 07410 549781 or email email@example.com
This post was written by Camille