A $32 Million Malibu Mansion Is Making History Becoming California's First House to Have Zero Carbon Emissions
MALIBU, CA — A $32 million Malibu mansion, built with sustainable materials and decked out with energy-efficient systems, just hit the market as California's potential first carbon-zero home, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The massive six-bedroom, nine-bathroom estate, located on a 2.48-acre plot in MariSol Malibu, has plenty of amenities includes a home theater, fitness center, saltwater pool, wine cellar, bocce ball and basketball courts, a putting green, and an electric car charging station. The property is situated on a 2.48-acre lot with a fruit orchard, a vegetable and herb garden, and a beehive with two years of beekeeping services included with the purchase.
The developer, Crown Pointe Estates, is working on three additional zero-carbon homes in MariSol Malibu. The developments take a more comprehensive sustainability approach than usual, paying attention to the gas emissions at every stage of development, rather than focusing solely on energy use in the home.
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