Whisper Valley – Learn More About Austin’s First “Energy Neutral” Community

Posted by Kent Redding on Wednesday, May 17th, 2017 at 4:29pm

 

By the Kent Redding Group

AUSTIN, TX. – Planning on buying a home this summer? If so, you may want to consider moving to Whisper Valley, Austin’s first “energy neutral” community that’s now under construction with 30 homes slated to be finished by mid-summer.

About Whisper Valley

There’s no doubt that most Austin Texas residents are eco-conscious and ready to do more than other homeowners across the United States when it comes to lowering their carbon footprints.

Thankfully, Whisper Valley will be one of the biggest “net zero ready” housing communities in the United States, this means that each home will only produce enough renewable energy to meet the demands of the homeowners.

What’s even better about homes in this Austin Texas new home development is that prices will range from the $190,000’s to the $300,000’s and this presents a real opportunity for anyone to purchase their own energy neutral home at a price they can afford.

The First Community for Energy Savvy Home Buyers

Austin Texas homeowners typically have been among the first in the nation to turn their homes into smart, zero energy homes thanks to devices like the NEST Thermostat, solar and Bosch kitchen appliances, thankfully Avi Homes and Pacesetter Homes recognized this and is not building the first community with these homeowners in mind.

The first phase of the 2,063-acre, master-planned community features 237 single-family homes and townhomes. Once completed, Whisper Valley will comprise more than 7,500 homes and apartments, over 2 million square feet of retail and commercial space, and 700 acres of parkland.

Learn More

To learn more about Whisper Valley or to view homes for sale in Austin Texas contact the Kent Redding Group at (512) 306-1001 or click here to connect with us online.

 

 

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