Sustainability Victoria collaborated with Henley Homes to deliver the 2022 Good Friday Appeal Charity Home, a modern double-story house that is cheaper to run, more comfortable to live in and kinder to the environment.
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Sustainability Victoria recently collaborated with Henley Homes to deliver the 2022 Good Friday Appeal Charity Home. By adhering to sustainable design principles, this modern double-story family home is 78% cheaper to run, more comfortable to live in and kinder to the environment.
Source: When compared to the same home modelled as a standard mixed-fuel 6-star NatHERS rated home using Sustainability Victoria’s Pilot Whole-of-Home Tool.
House design: Henley Vogue 34 with Northampton Facade
NatHERS energy rating: 7.1 stars
Energy efficiency achievement: High – Net Zero Emissions
Other features: Fully electric; heat recovery ventilation, 6kW solar PV system with 13.5kWh battery
Size: 257.3m2 – 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 4 living spaces.
Energy-efficient homes are more than just better for the environment. By including energy efficiency features in your home, you can significantly reduce running costs, improve the quality of your home and ensure it more comfortable to live in all year round.
To learn more about the home and view the floor plan, visit Henley Homes and Villawood Properties Charity Home
Annual energy, utility and carbon emissions savings of 2022 Good Friday Appeal Charity House when compared to the same home if it were mixed fuel and built to the minimum standards. This assessment was conducted using Sustainability Victoria’s Whole-of-Home Pilot Tool.