Looking for something different? Unique perhaps? How about a straw bale house? By now you will have seen the pictures, so let me tell you a bit more about it. This house was built by the owners in 2010. It has stucco siding and a metal roof. Flooring is ceramic tile, as there is in-floor heating throughout the house, including the attached double car garage. It has a new hot water tank (electrical) and has a gas boiler. Walking into the house, you will notice a good sized entry way, and den. The living room is L-shaped, and has a pellet stove. Main bathroom has a jetted tub. The master bedroom has good closet space, as well as a three-piece ensuite bathroom. There is a second bedroom too. Both bedrooms have ceiling fans to help circulate the air. There also other ceiling fans throughout the house. There is a bright kitchen with dining nook. The spiral staircase leads you up to a den, which is currently used as a crafts room, giving you a bird's eye view of the environment around you. This house has not been smoked in, and has had no pets. There is not basement, as it is slab on grade. The lot is 100 feet by 120 feet in size. A green house is attached to the north part of the garage. By the way, there is a toilet room in the garage. The yard is landscaped with a small private patio, gazebo, and garden shed. Five appliances are included in the sale, as well as the mirror above the front door, wall plaque in living room, kitchen tv, and the tv in the living room. One electric garage door opener is hooked up, while the other is still in a box, which the seller will include in the sale. This house is insulated with straw bales. According to a 2003 report by Canada Mortgage and Housing, straw bale houses do not have a long history in North America. How energy efficient is this house? This past winter, the seller's combined electrical and natural gas bills were around $200 per month. Interested? Better make an appointment to come have a look today!