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1920's Mining Shack becomes LEED Gold Certified Efficient Custom Home

Some might say this is a home with a split personality. Originally built in the 1920s as a mining shack, it manages to stay true to its roots. With its original wood floors, siding, roofing and turn-of-the-century fireplace, the old part of the house retains its funky style. The addition blends the latest in design, comfort and technology with design, comfort and technology with energy-efficient construction. Its clean lines, metal railings, walnut floor and beautiful tile countertops are a delight to the senses. Tall Pines Construction built this home to the latest NAHB Green Building Standards. Designed by Park City architect Bill Mammen and interior designer Kay Mammen.

1920's Mining Shack becomes LEED Gold Certified Efficient Custom Home

1920's Mining Shack becomes LEED Gold Certified Efficient Custom Home

1920's Mining Shack becomes LEED Gold Certified Efficient Custom Home