Visionaries at Hubbell & Hubbell, Architects Ready to Build Green Home Near California Coast

Posted by Peyton Cabano — April 16, 2007

Point Loma, Calif. (April 17, 2007) – Willis Allen Real Estate Associates, Diane Medina and Eliza beth Courtiér, have recently taken a listing for a fabulous ocean view lot with approved plans and permits for an innovative green home by visionaries Hubbell & Hubbell, Architects.Located at 2448 Poinsettia Drive in Point Loma, the proposed 3,300-square-foot home will celebrate nature with: ocean views from most every room, dramatic two-story entry with a serene water feature, open plan living/dining/kitchen area and an ingenious curved metal roof system designed to function as a cascading waterfall during heavy rains. This healthy home will feature bamboo flooring, cellulose insulation, solar powered instant water heaters, radiant heat flooring, a rain water collection system/cistern and dramatic drought-resistant landscaping.“This is a rare opportunity to build a home that harmonizes and respects nature,” says Medina. “Why spend the next two or three years researching, drawing plans and pulling permits when you can start to build immediately?”Hubbell and Hubbell have an international reputation for integrating art and architecture to create serene places for the soul. For more information on this distinctive listing contact Medina at 858.922.2115 or Courtiér at 619.813.6686.

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