Fuller Sotheby’s Lists Rare LEED Inspired Home In Evergreen

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Fuller Sotheby’s Lists Rare LEED Inspired Home In Evergreen

2116 Wieler Road Offers Sustainable Green Design, Energy Efficiency, & Low Operating Costs

Jennifer Davenport and Emily Henderson of Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty have just co-listed a rare LEED inspired sustainable home in the Kerr Gulch area of Evergreen, Colorado for $2.55 million. Completed in 2006 by Dr. William Yearsley and wife Claudia, 2116 Wieler Road is a product of the couple’s passion for sustainable, environmental design.


“In this age where energy costs and usage are more of a concern than ever, and all of us are trying to find ways to help the environment, it is exciting to offer a high-end home that incorporates multiple ideas for energy savings and sustainability.  In 25 years of selling in the Evergreen area, I have not encountered a home that has been built in a manner so sensitive to these issues,” said Davenport.


Four core criteria at the foundation of a sustainable green home include long life cycle, ease of maintenance, sustainable green design and building practices, and compatibility with the local mountain environment. The exquisite design and attention to such criteria in this home make it highly desirable for buyers seeking a sustainable lifestyle, coupled with turnkey luxury in an unmatched location.


Positioned to maximize 360-degree views of Mt. Evans and surrounding vistas, the home spans 5,645 sq. ft. on 11.6 acres, with 5 bedrooms and 4 ½ baths. The home is fortified with in-floor radiant heat, triple pane Pella windows, active/passive solar, wind power and a super-insulated staggered stud wall design with 8-10” thick walls. The slate foyer opens to a stunning great room and dining area with reclaimed chestnut floors, exposed beams, stone fireplace, built-in bookshelves and access to covered deck with outdoor fireplace. Gorgeous slab granite counters throughout. The central kitchen has a Sub-Zero fridge, Wolf range, Sub-Zero wine refrigerator and copper bar. Lovely master suite includes spa-quality travertine bath with jetted tub and steam shower. Four-stall barn, heated workshop, and expansive greenhouse allow for year-round projects and activities.


The Ensar Group and Winegard and Associates were tasked to perform architectural duties for the home, joined by Summit Structural Engineers and Douglas Engineering, who collectively brought the Yearsley’s vision to fruition. The outcome is a one-of-a-kind property that offers an abundance of green features including unique passive and active energy efficiencies resulting in low home operating costs. The average monthly electricity cost ranges from $105-$127 dollars, while the natural gas expense is approximately $110 to $132. Depending on a buyer’s individual lifestyle, the home also has the potential to operate without purchasing any electricity off the grid.


To set up a private tour or for more information, call Emily Henderson at 303.717.3418 or Jennifer Davenport at 303.919.4891. Energy and atmosphere reports available upon request for qualified buyers.

Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty has multiple office locations in the Denver metro area, including DowntownCherry CreekGreenwood VillageBoulderEvergreenCastle PinesBreckenridge and the Vail Valley. Search properties or find a broker at www.fullersothebysrealty.com.

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