white historical multi-family home with warm lights and green trees

Net Zero High Performance Multi-Family Home


This was one of those special projects in which we were able to build not only a incredibly insulated and efficient home, but were also able to incorporate a bunch of custom woodworking, metal work, stone work and historical details into the project. We adhered to “Efficiency Vermont’s’ rigorous High Performance Home standards in the construction of this project. In addition, this was a Duplex and as a result required extra attention to special code requirements surrounding multi-family construction. We also tried to recreate the exterior details to match with the historical period of early Vermont.

picture of the interior kitchen with wooden cabinets picture of the interior kitchen and small woodstove and staircase picture of the living room and kitchen with french doors picture of exterior of them home, historical details and stone wall picture of the small dining room with dark wooden chairs picture of the entry and living room with blue couch picture of the loft area, black railings and reading corner picture of two bathrooms and full glass shower picture of the exterior porch and furniture picture of the back of the home, the entryway and driveway picture of entryway and small dining room picture of staircase and small woodstove picture of a bedroom with custom shelves and dark walls picture of another bedroom and small bathroom with custom shelves picture of white kitchen and hardwood floors picture of the large kitchen and hardwood floors and stainless steel appliances picture of living room and woodstove with natural light