Blackburn South house

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The '''Blackburn South house''' features a sustainable garden that produces a quantity of food for the family. The target is to become self sufficient for food. The '''Blackburn South house''' features a sustainable garden that produces a quantity of food for the family. The target is to become self sufficient for food.

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The Blackburn South house features a sustainable garden that produces a quantity of food for the family. The target is to become self sufficient for food.

Location <location>
Country Australia
Type Sustainable renovation
House size Medium, 30 squares


Summary of house features

  • Passive solar design in the garden
  • Rainwater tanks
  • Low power appliances, no airconditioner
  • Greywater system
  • Chook shed
  • Hydroponic sheds
  • Fruit trees and vegetable garden


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