Port Melbourne house

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The Port Melbourne house is a good example of a 6 star sustainable building. The Port Melbourne house is a good example of a 6 star sustainable building.
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The Port Melbourne house is a good example of a 6 star sustainable building.

Port Melbourne, Victoria (not exact location)


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Owners <name>.
Location <location>
Country Australia
Type New construcion
House size Medium, 21 squares
Owner contact <contact details>


Summary of house features

  • Passive solar design
  • Solar panels, grid interactive
  • Solar hot water
  • Rainwater tanks
  • Low power appliances, no airconditioner
  • Double glazing


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