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United Way of Long Island has partnered with the Suffolk County Landbank to transform a formerly abandoned structure into a state-of-the-art, healthy Smart Home for sale to the public.

Located at 23 Furman Avenue in East Patchogue (map below), this project leverages advanced technology for superior energy efficiency and performance. The house is just one of United Way’s state-of-the-art homes that generates little to no energy bills, and even has an electrical vehicle charging station in the driveway.

This 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom house is Energy Star, Indoor airPLUS and WaterSense certified by the EPA. The house provides a continuous flow of purified air, includes superior insulation and windows, uses non-toxic materials and utilizes the principles of Universal Design, which allows residents to age in place safely.

The electricity, heating and cooling systems are run entirely from solar energy and are controlled with SmartTechnology resulting in the lowest possible operating costs. Occupants living in a Zero Energy Ready Home could save up to $9,000 annually in electric and heating utility costs, as compared to a home that uses traditional energy sources.

23 Furman Avenue is on the market with a list price of $375,000 to first-time homeowners who have the ability to qualify for a mortgage and meet income qualifications. The future homeowner should expect minimal to zero utility bills beginning on move-in date. Interested buyers should contact United Way of Long Island at (848) 221-9653.

Click here for the full listing and purchase requirements. Or for more information, contact Melissa Luckman at United Way at MLuckman@unitedwayli.org or (848) 221-9653.

Click here for prior coverage of the project at 23 Furman Avenue.