The Largest Green Home in the United States

This 45,760 square foot mega-mansion will be the largest “green plantation” in the United States upon completion. The home is being built on North Hutchinson Island in Vero Beach, FL. The house will contain the 1st roof mounted wind turbines in the U.S , it will be a 100% renewable energy plantation, and it will have a 200+ mile per hour wind rating. The home is owned by Athena Marie Barton, a television host/producer/director and her mother Mary. The mansion will have a home theater, an attached carriage house, an 8,000 square foot west wing, an elevator, a 10-car garage, a rooftop pool, a 6,000 square foot third floor master suite, a library, and numerous other features.

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5 Responses to “The Largest Green Home in the United States”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Something seems counter intuitive to being green with 45,000 square feet.

  2. sperhar Says:

    just my opinion,

    that “thing” looks hideous!

  3. Kieran Says:

    This house is great in the sense that its Green, Well done!
    However, I garantee this person owns more than one home, and their other properties are far from green and they have no intention on making them green. This is just a statement for them

  4. nc Says:

    While I commend her/them for building this sort of green home, I find this house very ugly with no character whatsoever.

  5. Kieran Says:

    I dnt think we can comment on what the house looks like with that picture. I give them the benifit of the doubt it looks alot better in real life/real picture. Surely no one would build a house that hideous. I agree with the first comment 45,000/green dsnt make sense/only in america

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