332 Iona Street
Listing ID: 1240466
Ottawa | $595,000
Beautiful semi-detached home constructed in western red cedar in highly sought-after Westboro! Proudly built by Sunwrights & designed in compliance with R-2000 specifications to promote sustainable living by using smart passive solar design elements to heat & cool the home.
Cheery covered front porch & welcoming foyer lead to spacious main level with hardwood floors. Open concept floorplan includes living room centered by cozy pellet stove, large sunroom with wall-to-wall soaring two-story windows & kitchen with solid wood cabinetry, dark counters, tile flooring & eat-in space. Second floor boasts bedrooms & full bathroom, many with impressive sloped ceilings. Primary bedroom offers relaxing private balcony overlooking sunroom. Expansive finished basement offers recreation room, sauna, separate office space & full bathroom. Private yard complete with deck, wooden shed & low maintenance landscaping.
Home designed for optimal air flow & self-cooling. There is a sunroom at back of home with a floor that allows heat to pass through to a stone cache in basement which then gathers heat and distributes it to the home. The home also has pellet stove for heating + baseboard electric heating for added comfort. A rarely required air conditioner unit has been installed for added comfort. Home’s design features high levels of insulation, 1” thick exterior walls and a continuous fully sealed air barrier in order to greatly minimize hot/cold air leakage. It boasts efficient heating and cooling equipment including a ventilation system that exchanges the air in the home every hour. Architectural features of the home, including windows and roof were meticulously designed in consideration of winds & the sun’s position throughout the year to offer the highest level of passive energy efficiency!
No conveyance of offers prior to 2pm May 17, 2021.
- Neighbourhood:Wellington Village
- Style:Semi Detached / 2 Storey
- Year Built:1985
- Builder:The Sunwrights
- Lot Size:56.63 ' x 51.41 '