At $175,000, this extremely energy-efficient house, built by Habitat for Humanity and designed by Building Science Corporation, may be the most affordable LEED Platinum home in the country.

In this video Architect Betsy Pettit gives an overview of the important features that make this home durable, healthy, and economical: Habitat for Humanity Builds A LEED Platinum Home

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