1250 Reser Road

3,000 square feet, 5 bedroom, 3 bath, $1,250,000

Steel light posts from the original McNary Dam, wooden beams from a 100-year-old saw mill, textured girders from a railroad trestle bridge, and columnar basalt from a 6 million-year-old lava flow, all have been reborn, original form serving new function. A ground source heat pump, radiant tubing, motorized windows, 10” thick Durisol block and earth-bermed walls, and a “green” roof are just some of this home’s energy-efficient features, and it is oriented and conduit-ready for grid tie PV solar. Located in the heart of eastern Washington’s wine country, this living, breathing house is just waiting to become your dream home.

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