Back in December, we asked readers to vote on a new color for an unusually-bespotted house on Latona at NE 40th St. The home, now in a deep “Segovia Red”, is now for sale.

Fremont-based Green Canopy Homes wrote to tell us they’ve transformed the house into a “Studs-out Builtgreen” home with high-efficient systems, sustainable finishes, energy efficient lighting and appliances, and planted an edible landscape full of veggies and blueberries. According to the company, “this home went from consuming 43,000 kW/h of energy per year to only 15,000! That is a 65% reduction in energy consumption! ”

Keaton House Before

Keaton House After

  • kathy

    And how much have they listed it for…?

  • Heather

    I toured this house before the remodel. This is an amazing transformation!

  • http://blog.protectedstatic.com/ protected static

    @kathy: $750K

  • http://www.sustainableworks.com Kellie

    SustainableWorks, a non-profit general contractor, does all the test-in and test-out energy efficiency audits on Green Canopy project. For those of you who aren’t looking to buy a new home, but would like to make your current home more efficient we’d love to help you. We can also access all available incentives from Seattle City Light, PSE and the City of Seattle’s Community Power Works program. You can find out more or sign-up for an energy audit at http://www.sustainableworks.com or by calling 206-575-2252.

  • sunshine

    Can Green Canopy buy a few other homes in the hood?! Well done.

  • Rob C

    I wonder how many kW/h (or the equivalent) it took to do the remodel?

  • Rob C

    (Actually, the unit is kWh – kilowatt hours, not kilowatts per hour; both the quote in the original article and I made that mistake)

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