Largest Green Home in the World has $5 Million Price Reduction

The “largest and most opulent certified green home in the world,” called Acqua Liana, recently had a price reduction from $29,000,000 to $24,300,000.



The 15,000 square foot house, created by Frank McKinney, is located in Manalapan Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida, and features a 2,000 gallon arched aquarium wet bar, 10-foot kitchen and dining water wall, a double helix glass staircase, 7 bedrooms, 11 baths, an oceanfront master bedroom, oceanfront glass office, glass wine room, movie theater, 2 glass elevators, 3 laundry rooms, a 2-bedroom 2-bath guesthouse, and much, much more.

The home has received triple “green” certification through the U.S. Green Building Council, the Florida Green Building Coalition and Energy Star for Homes. It has solar panels, insulative characteristics, environmentally conscious lighting, ultra-high efficient appliances and air-conditioning, and utilization of reclaimed and renewable wood.

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