2256Sunrise Ridge is an extraordinarily unique property to say the least. Originally built in 2014, Shapiro & Sher Group has now had the pleasure of selling this remarkable home, twice. Once as new construction and most recently as a resale.
After just three weeks on the market with a list price of $3m, this eco-friendly property went under contract before recording as sold at the end of the year. Total days on market from listing to closing was 66. In 2017, 33 homes sold between $2.5m and $3.5m. The average days on market for these homes was approximately 174.
2256 Sunrise Ridge sold in less than half the average time for a home in that price range, an exciting success due primarily to the innovative sustainability that was integrated throughout the build.
Located in Sky Terrace, a small gated community of only 45 lots, this understated yet dazzling New American home pushes the envelope in design, architecture and environmental awareness.
Beyond its trendy interior design, the high-performance materials used within the walls of this home work together to meet the highest levels of the National Green Building Standards.
Its energy-saving techniques have earned it a LEED platinum rating as well as countless other accreditations. From the Zero-VOC paints to the Green label plush carpeting, each element of this home was thoughtfully chosen to minimize its carbon footprint and eliminate the off-gassing of certain materials.
Like its modern architecture, only the latest in design and technology was applied. Some examples include four tankless gas water heaters that were daisy-chained for continuous hot water operation, even if all seven showers were running at the same time.
Low-flow plumbing fixtures minimize the use of water through faucets, showerheads, and toilets. Three air-conditioning systems include filtering, ventilation, heat recovery, ultraviolet lighting for germ dispersal and moisture control. Energy Star appliances minimized the use of water and electricity. Smart home environmental controls are available in every room to control temperature, lighting and window shades.
It makes sense why a home like this didn’t last long on the market. As the green energy movement continues to blossom, the demand for new innovation in home design will continue to increase. We look forward to seeing more homes like this hit the market.