Luxury properties around the United States are getting energy-efficient upgrades.
Any potential homebuyer seeking a luxury home will say that comfort and style are key characteristics to consider before selecting a property.
Potential homebuyers searching the New York City real estate market for a lavish, green property are in luck.
Business owner Paul Hickman gives one home the chance to be filled with laughter and love once more.
The Colgate Mansion in Sharon, Connecticut, has more than a few people drooling over the thought of its sparkling floors, exquisite architecture and massive size.
While every building can benefit from the use of an energy-efficient warmth solution like radiant floor heating, not all structures are the same.
Some people dream of living on the ocean, in the mountains or surrounded by the dessert. Donna and Jerry Walsh are lake people.
Preston and Lynn Simms aren't average homeowners. The two engineers took on the project of renovating their home to make it significantly more energy efficient in the Mount Rose area of King George, Virginia.
Potential homebuyers looking in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area for a green property are in luck â there are plenty of houses outfitted with the latest in energy efficient technology available.
More luxury homes than ever are featuring energy-efficient technologies as affluent homebuyers seek to find properties that offer sustainable amenities without hindering comfort.