This House Is Nearly Buried Under a Hill
There’s a lot homeowners will do to save a buck, from washing clothes in cold water to trading bulbs for daylight whenever possible. But this house takes eco-friendly money-saving to new heights (or, err, lows?). Since the house is partially underground, it is naturally insulated in such a way that reduces the home’s utility costs to only $150 per month, reports Fox DC.
On the other hand, the unique design means that this Maryland home tends to be the talk of the neighborhood. But one look inside might help you forget that it’s buried under layers of dirt.
First of all, at 3,300 square feet, the home is much larger than it appears from the outside. The interior, while a bit cavernous, boasts awfully high ceilings and surprisingly, tons of light. If you’re intrigued, the house is on the market for $425,000. We suggest you go in with a strategy for keeping punk kids off your roof, though.
Take a look around, and watch the video for a closer peek inside:
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