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Welcome to Net-Zero living in Cape Coral! This beautifully updated turnkey home was designed to power the house and one electric car 100% from its efficiency and solar array (owned by seller), saving $1,000's per year on utility bills. Renovated in 2020, the energy-saving features include PGT Energy Star impact-rated doors and windows, LED lighting, Google Nest energy-saving thermostat, Level 2 electric vehicle charger, and a new heat-pump water heater that heats water while cooling the garage, air and gap sealing, and much more. NO FLOOD ZONE and no flooding or significant damage from Hurricane Ian. The roof is 2019, new exterior paint, new PVC fence, and new wifi-enabled irrigation system. The open-concept, split floorplan home has a sleek kitchen featuring Carrera quartz countertops w/ bar seating, marble backsplash, soft-close cabinetry with 42” upper cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and under-cabinet lighting. The flooring is tile and luxury vinyl, no carpet here. There's an updated guest bath and renovated master bath w/ dual sinks and walk-in rain shower. Too many upgrades and smart features to mention; ask for the complete list. Home was a successful short term rental.

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Listed by Peter Davis - John R. Wood Properties

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