At first glance, this residence in Clinton, Maryland, looks like any other two-story colonial-style house, with its red-brick facade and elegant white pillars supporting the balcony.
A few steps away, however, you can see the true secret of the building. The eco-friendly house is buried under a thick layer of earth.
Due to the natural thermal insulation a significant saving of energy resources is achieved. On average, owners pay $150 per month for public utilities.
The total area of the house, which was built in 2006, is 3230 sq. ft. Despite its quaint exterior, the residence has all the ameniyies of modern life: three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a detached two-car garage, a fireplace, and a gourmet kitchen with a separate dining room.
The eco-home currently sells for $425,000. A humorous note in the ad states that the homeowner will be safe during a zombie apocalypse.
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