High Bickington, England

Overview

Bedrooms:
5
Bathrooms:
6
Living area size:
5813
Lot Size:
341510
Building year:
2020
Number of Floors:
3
Lighting:
Skylights
Windows, Doors, Roof:
Energy Efficient Windows (whole house), ENERGY STAR Windows
Insulation & Sealing:
Insulation (R25+)
Landscape & Patio:
Established Garden
Energy sources:
Owned Solar System
Solar kW:
13.2
Heating/Cooling:
Geothermal Heat Pump (EER 15+)
Community:
Natural Parkland/Forested Protected Areas (less than 2 mi)

Sage Features (eco & smart)

Certification:
Other Certification
Other Certification:
EPC rating of ‘A’ (99)
Eco Property Type:
Passive Designed, Net Zero (grid-tied)
Sage Score:
The Sage Score is a measure of a home’s overall features. 100+
Livability Categories:
Commute-friendly. Located near public transportation and/or commuting options Commute Friendly
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Community. Location consists of improved; commute, walkability, schools and/or amenities Community
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Cost Savings. Features which reduce the maintenance & utility costs Cost Savings
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Comfort. Has features making the overall livability more desirable such as consistent temperatures and improved air quality. Comfort
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Eco-friendly. Has a reduced impact on the environment Eco Friendly
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Market resale potential. Has features often equated with a premium resale value Market Resale Potential
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Quality. Includes certifications, enhanced building techniques and materials. Quality
Potential Benefits:
Net Zero (grid-tied)
- Cost Savings of 100% on utilities as it costs $0 for grid-tied energy costs.

Passive Designed
- Cost Savings with reduced heating and cooling loads through energy-efficiency strategies, and then those reduced loads are met, in whole or part, with solar energy.

Energy Efficient Windows (whole house)
- Cost Savings of 12% in energy, or $100-$274/yr.
- Eco Benefits include reduced energy usage which reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

ENERGY STAR Windows
- Cost Savings of up to $583/yr compared to single-pane windows & up to $197/yr compared to double-pane, clear glass windows.
- Eco Benefits include reduced energy usage which reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Insulation (R25+)
- Cost Savings of as much as $300/yr.
- Eco Benefits include reduced significant heat loss through exterior walls.

Geothermal Heat Pump (EER 15+)
- Cost Savings average 20% to 45% in total energy used.
- Eco Benefits of decreased green house gas emissions of up to 44%.

Natural Parkland/Forested Protected Areas (less than 2 mi)
- Eco Benefits include improved air and water quality, increased biodiversity, and habitat protection, and reduced greenhouse gases (GHG), that are all inherent in a strategy that protects and preserves land.

Solar

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Attachments

Sage Score Certificate

41ad471af6.pdf

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Community