This gorgeous, one-of-a-kind, internationally reported, nationally awarded eco-friendly residence was designed to yield unheard-of energy savings. The home, located at 6N558 Kim Lane in St. Charles, IL, contains 4 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and 11,000 square feet of living space. It was first listed at $3,898,000 and has since been reduced to just $3,000,000. The exceptional French Provincial style residence contains extensive crown molding , coffered ceilings, unique built-ins, a gourmet kitchen, a family room with wooden beams, a wet bar w/ butler’s pantry, a media room, a swimming pool, and much much more.

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  • Tony

    don’t care about the eco hugging but that interior is gorgeous.




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    • admin

      haha I agree. What homeowner would care that they are saving money when they are living in a $3 million home.




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      • Tony

        rich people love smothering the environment. once most people make $$, they feel they need another purpose in life. makes no sense to me. i’d completely content with complete overindulgence of every form of materialistic spoil out there. that’s what the Romans did….and they flourished for thousands of years.




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        • stetson

          First of all, even if you included the kingdom and republic periods, Rome did not flourish for “thousands of years” 🙂

          The Romans also regularly drank water laced with lead and mercury, kept slaves, invaded countries without provocation, publicly executed christian “heretics” for amusement purposes, and gave fathers the right to rape, kill or sell their wives and children if they felt like it. But hey… they flourished for a thousand of years, so maybe we should consider doing those things as well 😉

          And then there’s that thing about them not relying on fossil fuels or manufacturing processes that produce siginificant (or even any) amounts of greenhouse gas emissions for pretty much anything they did. Technology restrictions made it more or less impossible to seriously damage the environment back then.




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          • tony

            so….where’s the problem?




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  • Venom

    The home is nice and seems to be worth the money.
    The agent is a little ambitious.
    She states in the listing that the property overlooks a 15 acre lake or something like that.
    When you look at the map, the lake is like a half mile away from the house and blocked by trees.
    I had to laugh.




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    • Tony

      haha!! yeah 25 pics and not one of this view. but, gee thanks for that great shot of the washer and dryer cause i was a little worried i may hafta go to the laundromat!




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  • potomac resident

    the house is nice and 3 million sounds fair, but what makes it eco-friendly. my house right now is 11,000 sq ft and it is a nightmare in heating/cooling/electricity costs alone. it is probably fair to assume that pool is heated as a pool in illinois would be useless otherwise. my heated pool alone takes almost more gas than my entire old house per month!




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  • Nick

    The interior could’ve been much better…




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