Cranberry Ridge - LEED Pilot Home, Freeport, Maine

Pine State assisted in the creation of Maine’s first LEED home. We are dedicated to providing our clients with better energy alternatives and are proud to support Wright-Ryan in their environmental efforts. This home is one of the first in the nation to participate in the LEED for Homes pilot program. It is the fourth home in the country to receive Platinum LEED designation and the first in the Northeast.

Benefits of Owning a LEED Home

LEED (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design) is a national measurement system that awards points to high performance buildings that exceed building codes. The Cranberry Ridge home is nestled on 2.62 acres in the woods near Wolf's Neck State Park in Freeport. It features solar, radiant heat flooring and super-insulation.

Tour a LEED home, a platinum-certified Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design pilot home in Freeport. The energy efficient, resource friendly house is decorated by 12 local designers featuring environmentally friendly, occupant healthy products. Attend a lecture series to learn more about ways to go green by experts in the field of energy conservation and environmental choices and shop at the on-site green boutique. The event benefits Freeport Community Services. $15 for tour, and $5 per lecture. For directions and more information, call Kim Knowlen at 865-3985. House open Wednesdays through Sundays, 28 March - 19 April, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Please call our office to learn more about how Pine State can help you reduce your carbon footprint. (207) 883-1200.

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