Radiant in Residential

Luxury residential property earns recognition

Thu, 02/14/2013 - 11:58

A Wellesley, Massachusetts, home is currently on the MLS listing for sale. The colonial is at 37 Beechwood Road and offers potential homebuyers the ability to own their own inviting, traditional New England home. Wicked Local reports that the house features a wide farmer's porch, columns and decorative molding on the exterior. 
The house was built in 2007 and features many custom details, an open floor plan and modern amenities. The nine-room structure has 4,018 square feet of living space on a 0.3 acre piece of land. The expansive, homey atmosphere created by the interior and exterior design of the structure is attracting a lot of attention from potential homebuyers. 
Luxury appliances in a 14-by-20 kitchen attract those with all levels of culinary abilities and the strategically placed organization or storage areas placed throughout the home will help a family keep rooms free and clear of clutter. However, according to the news source, what may really attract homebuyers is the radiant floor heating system. The eco-friendly heating solution is located throughout the home - on the second and first floor. 
The cold winters of New England make radiant floor heating an exceptional utility option. Instead of constantly keeping the system running, boilers or other heating technology only need to run on a more infrequent schedule. The high levels of insulation in a radiant floor heating system keeps a space warm and toasty for extended periods of time. 
So, if an individual who often finds himself or herself cold is looking for a new home, he or she may want to consider checking out this property or others that feature radiant floor heating.