Fairfieldista reports on The Pure House In Westport

On March 24, 2015, Ann Quasarano of reported on an open house event at the brand new Pure House in Westport, Connecticut.

“Westport’s The Pure House gives new meaning to the term, “clean living.” The roughly 6,000 square foot house off Coleytown Road appears to be a classic Connecticut colonial on the outside, but step inside its trademark front door, and you’ll find an environmentally sound, modern masterpiece. Built using the latest clean technology developed in Germany, the home contains zero toxic chemicals, is completely soundproof, is energy efficient (costs less than $1,000 per year to heat AND cool), and is thoughtfully designed by architect, Douglas McDonald for today’s contemporary family. And we thought German engineering was limited to cars…silly us.”


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