First LEED Platinum House in Virginia

First LEED Platinum House in Virginia

Rachael Grad
Jun 12, 2009

This stunning Arlington, Virginia house is the first Virginia home to gain LEED Platinum certification. Although it has 3,825 square feet, annual heating and cooling costs are $180 and $125 respectively. The house also has a green roof and water catchment tanks to retain rainwater.

Designed by Kaplan Thompson Architects, the house is located in Arlington and was built by Metro Green.

Read the full Jetson Green story: First LEED Platinum Home in Virginia.

(Images: Parker Daniell)

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