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OPEN FOR PUBLIC TOURS THIS SPRING!

 

 

 

 

Featuring Industry-Leading Home Design & Construction 

Best Use of Space • Energy Efficiency • Legal In-Law Suite

Designed with the modern family in mind, the 2015 Lifestyle Home is designed to take best advantage of the living space in the home while keeping the family together through multiple generations. Featuring the latest in home construction applications, products and technology, the home also incorporates a full in-law suite, while offering the highest quality and craftsmanship in home design and functionality. Highlights include:

Energy Efficiency & Comfort

 

  • Energy Star rated, Energy Star appliances, LED/CFL lighting, low flow plumbing, drainwater heat recovery 
  • R-26 exterior walls with rigid foam insulation and zero thermal bridging making your home more comfortable and energy efficient
  • High efficiency air-to-air heat pump system for cost effective heating, cooling and dehumidifying
  • Hybrid hot water heater utilizing heat pump technology to reduce hot water heating costs.

 

A Home Designed for Multiple Generations

 

  • Designed with a legal, fully-accessible in-law suite on the lower level with private entrance.
  • Designed to incorporate accessibility features including wider hallways, doorways, lower light fixtures, lever handles, custom zero threshold showers and more.
  • Open concept upstairs offers one-level living with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, plus extra space in the lower level for family room, utility room and storage.

 

Innovative Technology, Construction and Materials

 

  • Whole-home automation for controlling lights, thermostats and other utilities from central location or away via mobile.
  • Multi-room interactive audio system
  • Whole-home interactive alarm system

 

Open for public tours this spring!

 For more information on the Lifestlye Home 2015 project or when public tour are taking place, call the NSHBA at (902) 450-5554, email nshba@nshba.ns.ca or check back on this page for future updates