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$730K for NoLibs "Passive House," Factor in Cost for Goat

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This three-story town house in The Stables - the relatively new, super eco-friendly development in Northern Liberties, boasts 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths all tightly sealed inside "super-insulated exterior envelopes, [which] will significantly reduce the need for heating and cooling and thus decrease the overall operating costs" of the home. The 2,500 square-foot "Passive-House" certified home features covered parking, a large deck, a roof deck with 360 degree views, a custom kitchen (pictured kitchen is of the model unit - Unit 231), and a steel/wood/glass floating staircase. For an additional $20,000, the developers will finish the basement and add raised planking to the roof deck that will support a hot tub (hot tub to be purchased separately by new owner). It's also up to you to make sure that pesky grass sprouting up between the pavers out back doesn't get too unruly. The logical solution is to buy a goat, clearly. · 225 W George Street [Redfin]
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