Modern homes have sold for high prices on the market recently, as the value of these houses is often increased by their sustainable design and the technology that is featured, such as radiant heating systems.
Many people would not consider the monthly heating costs as an important matter when building a $5 million castle to celebrate a lifetime of hard work.
Many families throughout the country are making the switch to a radiant heating system in an effort to capitalize on the eco-friendly and practical nature of the technology.
Products that can enhance the value, both aesthetic and practical, of a kitchen are coveted by designers, as the area where food is prepared can often be a centerpiece for any home.
Many families that are looking for a new residence may not consider the long-term benefits of choosing an eco-friendly model for their house.
The use of newer products against the backdrop of antique and retro designs helps to add value to a residence, as homeowners and realtors both know that these houses represent the best of both worlds.
Some people dream of living on the ocean, in the mountains or surrounded by the dessert. Donna and Jerry Walsh are lake people.
An updated city townhouse in Vancouver attracted many potential homebuyers but only one could own the property.
An Arts-and-Crafts styled home built in 1984 has recently been renovated with the latest in modern technology and convenience in mind. The Westport News reports that the current owners of the house at 3 Greenbrier Road, Westport, Connecticut, tore up carpets, installed new floors, moved walls and installed reclaimed wood throughout home.
In Wellesley, Massachusetts, a home that was designed for entertaining has recently been listed for sale.