The site’s soils composition included an ooletic limestone, which was excavated to construct the foundations of the house. Ooletic limestone was also used to form a landscape retaining wall along the front of the property.
Integrated into the façade of the home are 28 three-foot by three-foot by one-foot deep square windows, that are floor to ceiling.
The Big Ass Fan, LED lights, and motorized shades all contribute to energy conservation.
All appliances are Energy-Star-rated and floor material throughout the house use rectified porcelain tile which requires no chemical sealants and does not absorb liquids. The Control4 panel located near the door serves as a central point of fixed mounted controls for the whole home automation.
The electronic fireplace provides the feel of a true log fireplace, but avoids the issues of indoor air pollutants or risk of fire damage.