Luxury homes are often criticized for being ostentatious, wasteful, and having too large of a carbon footprint. Throughout the years in many new constructions, LEED certifications and “eco-friendly” features are becoming commonplace.
A LEED certification stands for Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design and is only giving to those constructions that comply with certain eco- friendly standards. Here is a list of the top eco-friendly homes on the market.
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Eddie Veljovic | Elite.
$5 Million in Vashon Washington
$5.8 Million in Tiburon, California
$6.2 Million in Austin, Texas
$7.7 Million in Mallorca, Spain
$10.5 Million in New Canaan Connecticut
$11 Million in Kiawah Island, South Carolina
$18.8 Million Mansion in Italy
$19 Million in New Jersey
$30.7 Million in Taipei City, China
$35.8 Million in Belvedere, California