A modest little home residential architecture project built on a shoe-string budget on Mount Hope in Bangor Maine. The young couple wanted a split-level ranch that was energy efficient and roomy, with plenty of natural light and a dash of higher-end finishes without breaking the bank. This house, with a roof R value of more that 50, and a wall R value of over 40, will provide an excellent return on their heating bill this winter. It’s features include a living room with a dramatic cathedral ceiling, an in-law apartment on the lower level, a two car garage, three bedrooms, and a walk-out deck overlooking the backyard.
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