Located in a rural neighborhood in the capital city of Concord, New Hampshire, this multi-generational, aging-in-place house demonstrates how a zero net energy, sustainable residence
can be built within a reasonable budget to
incorporate multiple themes of long life-cycle value. One of the first net zero homes in northern New England, the house occupies a 2.12 acre
buildable-land footprint surrounded by 6.74 acres of conservation easement land.