N2575 Orchard Way, Waupaca, WI 54981

$199,900

  • Property type : Single Family Home

  • beds: 4 bed

  • baths: 2 bath

  • Property size: 2200 sqft

  • Building year: 2006

  • Status: Active

  • Sage Score: 92

  • Walk Score: 7

  • SHAIR Score: 23 (Good)

  • Eco Features: Net Zero (grid-tied), Passive Designed, Air Leakage Test (max ACH1 @ 50), Solar 10kW +, Heating/Cooling (passive solar), Geothermal, Geothermal Heat Pump (EER 15+), Advanced Framing Techniques, Air Sealing (whole house), Storm Water Protections, Weather Stripping for Doors and Windows, HVAC Air Filtration System, Well Water Source, Blown In...

  • The Sage Score is a measure of a home’s overall features.
    92

Single Family Home for sale

ZERO ENERGY carbon neutral with 10,000 watt pv system and passive solar. Live/Work zoned commercial and residential so you can do everything from one location with HWY 10, 22, 49 and 54 exposure & signage. 4 private offices or bedrooms, 2 full baths. 1st floor laundry. 2 car heated and finished attached garage (inc. in sq. ft.) AND 24x28 detached garage with bonus room for additional storage. NFRC rated windows U-.2. Best insulation R-70 attic R-25 walls. 3 zone geothermal heating and air conditioning with desuperheater for free hot water in summer. Timers on water heater, sign and fountain so electrical usage can be off peak 75% off. 100x125 pond with dock and fountain, 50 year GAF shingles. Hickory cabnets, Oak floors downstairs, 6 panel oak doors and oak trim. Seller financing to Qualified buyers. 5% down 6.5% interest.

Overview

Bedrooms:
4
Bathrooms:
2
Living area size:
2200
Lot Size:
1.4 ac
Building year:
2006
Foundation:
Crawl space
Number of Floors:
2
Furnished/Unfurnished:
Unfurnished
Property Features:
Patio, Balcony/deck
Home Energy Rating System (HERS):
HERS - 0 (Energy Positive)
HERS Rated Score:
Energy positive CASH from WPS
Home Energy Score:
Zero energy
Eco Property Type:
Passive Designed, Net Zero (grid-tied)
Interior Finishes:
Low VOC Paint, Green Label Flooring, Little to No Off-Gassing Materials, No Tropical Wood Used, Other Eco Interior Material, Low VOC Sealant & Adhesives, Pre-Finished Flooring
Lighting:
Exterior Energy Efficient Lights, Indoor Energy Efficient Lights, No Exterior Landscaping Lights
Windows, Doors, Roof:
Energy Efficient Windows (whole house), ENERGY STAR Windows, ENERGY STAR Rated Exterior Doors, Roof Warranty (50+ years)
Insulation & Sealing:
Insulation (R25+), Recycled Newsprint Insulation, Spray Foam Insulation, Exterior Ridged Foam Sheathing Insulation (EPS) (ISO), Cellulose Insulation, Attic Insulation (R50+), Air Sealing (whole house), Weather Stripping for Doors and Windows, Exterior Continuous Insulation (R5+), Attic Insulation with Continuous Air Barrier, Blown In Insulation, Insulation in Foundation Areas (R10+)
Construction:
Advanced Framing Techniques
Construction: Other Eco/ Efficient Building Type:
75 x 100 pond with dock and fountain
Garages & Hardscape:
Pervious lot, Detached Garage or Carport
Garages:
2
Landscape & Patio:
Storm Water Protections, Maintained Mature Trees
Energy sources:
Geothermal, Other, Solar 10kW +, Owned Solar System, 100% Electric Powered Home
Solar kW:
10
Other Energy Sources:
Passive
Energy Efficiency:
Air Leakage Test (max ACH1 @ 50)
Water Sources:
Well Water Source
Water Efficiency:
Water efficient bathroom faucets, Water efficient kitchen faucets, Water efficient bathroom shower heads, Water Filter System, Energy efficient electric heat pump water heater, Combination Space/Water Heater
Appliances:
Microwave, Phone, Energy Star Rated Appliances, Electric Stove, Energy Star rated Refrigerator
Smart Technology:
High-Speed Internet
Ventilation & Air Quality:
Combustion Safety Test, Bathrooms Vents, ENERGY STAR rated, Kitchen Vents, Natural Ventilation, Flush Air Prior to Occupancy (new homes), Air Seal (garage), No HVAC Equipment, Returns (garage), Pest Control, HVAC Air Filtration System
ACH (Air Changes per Hour):
1
Heating/Cooling:
Zoned Systems, Radiant Floor Heat, Heating/Cooling (passive solar), Programmable Thermostat, Geothermal Heat Pump (EER 15+), HVAC ENERGY STAR rated, Air Conditioning, HVAC Equipment (not over-sized), Air Conditioning: Efficiency (SEER 15+), Dual Stage Compressor, Air handlers located within conditioned spaces (all units), Enhanced HVAC Duct System
Walk Score Value:
7
SHAIR Score Value:
23
*Average Electric Utility Cost per Month:
10,000 watt solar system produces all energy needed
*Average Gas Utility Cost per Month:
None no gas
*Average Water & Sewer Cost per Month:
None private well and septic
Sage Score:
The Sage Score is a measure of a home’s overall features. 92
Livability Categories:
Cost Savings. Features which reduce the maintenance & utility costs Cost Savings
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Eco-friendly. Has a reduced impact on the environment Eco Friendly
,
Quality. Includes certifications, enhanced building techniques and materials. Quality
,
Comfort. Has features making the overall livability more desirable such as consistent temperatures and improved air quality. Comfort
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Market resale potential. Has features often equated with a premium resale value Market Resale Potential
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Healthy. Reduced contaminants and/or improved ventilation Healthy
Potential Benefits:
Advanced Framing Techniques
- Eco-friendly (optimizes lumber use and improves the energy performance of the building envelope)

Energy Efficient Windows (whole house)
- Eco-friendly (reduce energy usage and associated greenhouse gas emissions)
- With more efficient windows, you also use less energy, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and homes. 1,006–6,205 pounds of CO2/yr when replacing single-pane windows, 246–2,001 pounds of CO2/yr when replacing double-pane clear glass windows

ENERGY STAR Windows
- Eco-friendly (reduce energy use and energy associated greenhouse gas emissions)
- With more efficient windows, you also use less energy, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and homes. 1,006–6,205 pounds of CO2/yr when replacing single-pane windows, 246–2,001 pounds of CO2/yr when replacing double-pane clear glass windows

Detached Garage or Carport
- Health benefits (reduce noise and hazardous fumes away from the residence)

Flush Air Prior to Occupancy (new homes)
- Improved indoor air quality (force the polluted air out).
- After renovation is complete, allow your home to air out prior to use. Again, this is as easy as opening windows and doors and placing fans in windows to force the polluted air out. If possible, try doing this for at least two days, but any amount of time is better than no time!

Owned Solar System
- You can save between 40 percent and 70 percent on electricity costs over the lifetime of your solar panel system, depending on your property and the incentives in your state.

Solar 10kW +
- Eco-friendly (reduces greenhouse gas emissions)
- Average 10%-30% leased & between 40%-70% owned less grid energy use. Going solar reduces greenhouse gas emissions, which contribute to climate change, and also results in fewer air pollutants like sulfur dioxide and particulate matter, which can cause health problems.

Geothermal
- Eco-friendly (considered renewable energy because at the end of each process, excess water vapor is condensed and returned to the ground)
- Given that the excess water vapour at the end of each process is condensed and returned to the ground, where it is reheated for later use, geothermal power is considered a form of renewable energy.

No Exterior Landscaping Lights
- No landscape lighting enhance dark skies which aid nocturnal wildlife habitats
- Argument that light in the wrong place and at the wrong time can disturb the lives of organisms, potentially with adverse ecological effects. Inappropriate lighting causes unnecessary stress to people, to plants and to animals. Considered alongside the indisputable loss of the visual amenity of the night sky.

Water Filter System
- Health benefits (filters out unsafe chlorine and other unsafe chemicals)
- Eco-friendly (reduce water bottles in the landfill and oceans)
- There were 50 Billion plastic water bottles bought in the U.S last year. However, only 38% were recycled, with the remainder ending up in landfills. With a home water filtration system, you will not be adding more rubbish into landfills. On the average, it will take 450 years for plastic bottles to disintegrate. We're now at a million plastic bottles/minute - 91% of which are not recycled. Excessive chlorine levels can be highly dangerous, and even safe levels of chlorine can have unhealthy side effects such as drying out the skin. it will remove most of the chlorine, what’s left of the sediment, any volatile organic compounds (VOCs), along with the foul smells and tastes from the water. Some manufacturers impregnate a small amount of silver in the carbon filter to give it an antibacterial capacity. filter will remove what’s left of the chlorine, heavy metals, and it also has a good effect on bacteria and other microorganisms usually found in the water. The filter also does a pretty good job at diminishing the scale in the water.

Water efficient bathroom faucets
- Eco-friendly (saves approximately 20% water. WaterSense bathroom sink faucets save 30%+ water)
- Saves approximately 2700 gallons of water/yr avg family WaterSense showerheads, 700 gallons of water/yr avg family WaterSense faucets. If every home in the United States replaced existing faucets and aerators with WaterSense labeled models, we could save nearly $1.2 billion in water and energy costs and 64 billion gallons of water across the country annually—equivalent to the annual household water needs of more than 680,000 American homes.

Energy efficient electric heat pump water heater
- -
- 33%-50%+ energy saved. If all residential electric water heaters less than 55 gallons sold in the United States were ENERGY STAR certified HPWHs, the energy cost savings would grow to $8.2 billion each year, and 98 billion pounds of annual greenhouse gas emissions would be prevented, equivalent to the emissions from 9 million vehicles.

Geothermal Heat Pump (EER 15+)
- Eco-friendly (decreases up to 44% of greenhouse gas emissions)
- Because geothermal pump heating systems do not burn fossil fuels for heat production, they generate far fewer greenhouse gas emissions than a conventional furnace & provide higher air quality because there are no emissions of CO. In general, a 3-ton residential geothermal heat pump system produces an average of about one pound less CO2/hr compared to a conventional system. Over an average 20-yr lifespan, installation of 100,000 units of residential geothermal systems can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by almost 1.1 million metric tons of carbon equivalents [3]--the equivalent of removing 58,700 cars from our highways or planting more than 120,000 acres of trees.

Radiant Floor Heat
- Health benefits (does not distribute allergens)

Zoned Systems
- Zoning the heating system can save homeowners up to 30 percent on a typical heating and cooling bill, according to the U.S. Department of Energy. Because heating and cooling accounts for more than 40 percent of an average household's utility costs, the savings from a zoned system can really add up.

Bathrooms Vents, ENERGY STAR rated
- ENERGY STAR certified ventilation fans use 50% less energy than standard models.

No Tropical Wood Used
- Eco-friendly (Not using tropical woods for finishes prevents the decline of the rainforest, the extinction of animal species, reduces climate change impacts)
- The decline of the rainforest has already driven many animal and plant species to extinction. There are countries, where as much as 70% of the felled wood originates from illegal sources. Efficient protection of rainforests would be one of the most important tools to curb climate change. (IPCC) estimates that 20% of the world's carbon dioxide emissions result from logging in the rainforest.

Little to No Off-Gassing Materials
- Health benefits (materials with little to no off-gassing deter associated health issues such as sore throat, headaches, allergy symptoms, respiratory problems, heart disease and cancer)

Low VOC Sealant & Adhesives
- Health benefits ( low VOC sealants & adhesives reduce potential harm to the kidneys, liver and nervous system)
- Each of the following solvents commonly found in caulks, sealants and adhesives are respiratory irritants, but some present additional health hazards: Mineral spirits and petroleum distillates can be carcinogenic and harm the nervous system; Ethylene glycol is potentially harmful to the kidneys, the liver and the nervous system; Methyl ethyl ketone, or MEK, can harm the nervous system; Toluene can cause reproductive harm; Xylene can harm the nervous system; Acetone at high doses may cause nausea, headaches or lightheadedness.

Low VOC Paint
- Healthy benefits (reduces hazardous chemicals emissions)
- Eco-friendly (mitigates the 16% of VOC emissions coming from the paint industry and increase in urban smog).

Green Label Flooring
- Health benefits (ensure low emitting toxins)

Other Eco Interior Material
- Health benefits of urea-formaldehyde free (reduce carcinogenic exposure)

Energy Star rated Refrigerator
- Eco-friendly (reduces greenhouse gas emissions, equivalent to 870,000 vehicles)
- If all refrigerators sold in the United States were ENERGY STAR certified, the energy cost savings would grow to nearly $700 million each year and 9 billion pounds of annual greenhouse gas emissions would be prevented, equivalent to the emissions from more than 870,000 vehicles.

Pervious lot
- Eco-friendly (supplement ground water and reduce stormwater runoff, pollutant concentrations, urban heat island affect and the need for de-icing salt).
- Permeable pavements help reestablish a more natural hydrologic balance and reduce runoff volume by trapping and slowly releasing precipitation into the ground instead of allowing it to flow into storm drains and out to receiving waters as effluent, preventing large, fast pulses of precipitation through the stormwater system. can reduce the concentration of some pollutants either physically (by trapping it in the pavement or soil), chemically (bacteria and other microbes can break down and utilize some pollutants), or biologically (plants that grow in-between some types of pavers can trap and store pollutants). can cool down the temperature of urban runoff, reducing the stress and impact on the stream or lake environment. the reduced need to apply road salt for deicing in the winter time.

Maintained Mature Trees
- All trees are sensitive to root disturbance caused by construction, landscaping, sprinkler installation, and grade changes. The effects of these changes on existing trees can be quite devastating and can take five to ten years to become fully visible.

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Listing updated:
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VGH ID #9618

$199,900

  • Property type : Single Family Home

  • beds: 4 bed

  • baths: 2 bath

  • Property size: 2200 sqft

  • Building year: 2006

  • Status: Active

  • Sage Score: 92

  • Walk Score: 7

  • SHAIR Score: 23 (Good)

  • Eco Features: Net Zero (grid-tied), Passive Designed, Air Leakage Test (max ACH1 @ 50), Solar 10kW +, Heating/Cooling (passive solar), Geothermal, Geothermal Heat Pump (EER 15+), Advanced Framing Techniques, Air Sealing (whole house), Storm Water Protections, Weather Stripping for Doors and Windows, HVAC Air Filtration System, Well Water Source, Blown In...

  • Cost Savings. Features which reduce the maintenance & utility costs
    Eco-friendly. Has a reduced impact on the environment
    Quality. Includes certifications, enhanced building techniques and materials.
    Comfort. Has features making the overall livability more desirable such as consistent temperatures and improved air quality.
    Market resale potential. Has features often equated with a premium resale value
    Healthy. Reduced contaminants and/or improved ventilation
  • The Sage Score is a measure of a home’s overall features.
    92

Listing provided by

Jeff Knutson

Listing updated:
Last checked:

VGH ID #9618


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