First Steel, one of the first projects by local eco-friendly developer Postgreen Homes, has hit the market for $425,000.
The home, which is clad in blue steel, was built in 2012 and touted for its energy-efficient features and use of local materials. There are, for example, triple pane windows and an accent wall in the living room made using repurposed barn wood from Lancaster. There are many more nice wood accents found throughout the home, including shiplap in some bedrooms and bathrooms.
In addition to the energy-efficient features and finishes, the 2,100-square-foot home’s landscaped backyard is a nice touch. It’s pretty big, measuring in at 22 by 26 square feet, with a cherry tree and built-in sitting walls.
In total, there are three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and one half bath.
- 1703 N. Howard Street [Courtney Ludeman, Keller Williams]