Kermit says it isn't easy being green. But the design-savvy eco powerhouse at 520 Clipper begs to differ. Once dubbed "the greenest home in San Francisco," this baby's all about living sustainably. With style.
Details include the city's first rainwater catchment system, solar-heated water and power, recycled blue jean denim insulation, reclaimed wood floors, and enough green goodies to make sure you never feel bad about refusing to switch to fluorescent bulbs ever again. And she's easy to look at, too. Just check out the hooded range and modern appliances in the kitchen or the sexy rooftop patio. Yow.
Mega bonus: The house is on the market for $2,075,000--that's $75,000 less than it was five years ago. Call your broker.
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