Green Roof Top Decks with a view in Port Richmond / Harrowgate. These monster homes will definitely take your dollar a long way with approximately 2600 sq ft of living space. Enter the homes into the open concept floor plan which means all rooms on the first floor are open to eachother. This concept is terrific for entertaining and keeping an eye on everyone at the same time. Exit the rear through the glass sliding door to the rear yard where you'll be able to setup your BBQ area and seating for relaxing. The full finished basement is sure to be the place to setup your home theater, additional living room space or game room complete with half bathroom. Take the stairs up to the second floor and check out the two large bedrooms - one in the rear and one in the front of the home. In between the bedrooms you will see the shared full bathroom and we have placed the full sized laundry room on the second floor hallway for easy access and convenience. Head on up to the third floor where you will find the master suite or owner suite complete with large closet system and four piece bathroom (shower stall, dual vanity sinks, soaking tub and toilet) and rounded out with a linen closet for additional storage. Finally, head up to the green roof top deck from the hallway stairs and check out the amazing views of the Philadelphia Skyline. DISCLAIMER: Green Roof Top Decks w Benefits: 1) Reduced heating and cooling costs.German studies show that green roofs help a home retain up to 50 per cent of the heat typically lost to convection. A Canadian study found that a green roof reduces the average daily energy demand for air conditioning by up to 75 per cent in the spring and summer. 2) Extended life of roofing materials by 2-3 times longer. 3) Reduced noise-pollution impact. 4) Beauty and biodiversity. 5) Diminished rainwater runoff. A green roof acts like a sponge during rainstorms, absorbing about 40 per cent of the rainwater. 6) Less carbon dioxide and more oxygen in the air. More plants equal cleaner air because plants actually collect carbon dioxide from the air and, as a byproduct of photosynthesis, replenish the air with oxygen. The plants on a residential green roof produce more oxygen than a typical fmly uses in a year. 7) Diminished "urban heat island effect."
© 2019 TREND, All Rights Reserved. Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed.
The data relating to real estate for sale on this website appears in part through the TREND Internet Data Exchange program, a voluntary cooperative exchange of property listing data between licensed real estate brokerage firms in which Springer Realty Group participates, and is provided by TREND through a licensing agreement.
The information provided by this website is for the personal, non-commercial use of consumers and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.
Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have sold or are no longer being offered for sale.
Listing information last updated on November 20th, 2019 at 9:31am EST.