Henley-In-Arden - Eco-Home, Double Garage, Stunning Views B95 6AS, UK
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A stunning Eco-Home with panoramic views over meadows and countryside.
Purchasing "off-plan "could be your opportunity to work with the builder to virtually conduct your very own self-build property. Your own choice of fixtures, fittings and potentially the layout can be incorporated at this early stage to really design the perfect home you always dreamt of.
The home is located in a semi-rural location close to the popular towns of Henley in Arden and Warwick.
Measuring over 2,000 sq ft plus a double garage, the footprint is based on a spacious, four bedroom detached home with a giant kitchen, a spacious living room, study, four bedrooms, en-suites and bathrooms,
The residential sector accounted for 20.8% of all U.K. Carbon dioxide emissions in 2020, according to data published earlier this year, and making domestic heating greener is key to meeting the government’s climate goals.
As a small volume, high quality home builder, Ward Burges are able to embrace these issues at the forefront of their thinking and aim to build low energy, low carbon output, beautiful homes.
Oak View in Wootton Wawen is being built using Insulated Concrete Formwork (icf). Icf homes increase your home's comfort, reduce your monthly energy bills, and, most importantly, reduce your environmental footprint.
Icf homes are considered high-performing due to their higher thermal resistance and thermal mass, and the performance far exceeds requirements under current UK building regulations. Ward Burgess will also be using an amazing development in cement production, Cemex’s Vertua - the UK’s first ready mix Low Carbon Concrete launched this year.
The buildings will still require some heating during the winter, for which we will be installing Mitsubishi Ecodan Air Source Heat Pumps (ashp) - a low carbon heat pump system which transfers around three to four times more energy into a property as heat then it uses to extract it. As a result, heat pumps are incredibly efficient.