The Low Energy House at £100 per year
Having made all the improvements we had planned to undertake and more it is time for us to move on after enjoying our comfortable home in a great position for 8 years. We are planning to down-size and spend more time travelling – so we need a smaller house and have already got a good campervan.
Superhome 111 in Shropshire is up for sale with a fantastic energy bill of £100 per annum due to the RHI payment of £432 for the solar thermal panels and combined annual gas + electric bills for £535. The RHI payment will continue for another 3 years and will stay with the house.
Hay Tor is a 3-bed detached bungalow with a converted garage to guest accommodation/studio with en-suite shower room. Good sized front and back gardens with a rural outlook on the edge of a village 3 miles south of Shrewsbury with great views over to the Welsh Hills and to Shrewsbury.
We dealt with a major retrofit project after we bought the bungalow in 2009 including: triple glazing, external insulation, air-tight membrane, MVHR, solar panels, a very efficient gas boiler, etc.
The water supply is metered and the rain water that isn’t collected in water barrels goes to a soak away, saving the surface water charge. Our water costs have been between £160 and £200 per annum.
Details of property: http://www.superhomes.org.uk/superhomes/shrewsbury-bayston-hill-pulley-lane-hay-tor/
The property is on the market for £315,000.
Anyone interested please contact Claus Best on 07410 549781 or email firstname.lastname@example.org