This deceptively large house features two bedroom suites on the main level, along with a nice kitchen and a living/dining room combination. There is also a half bath, a laundry room, a sun room, a screened porch, and a den/office that could be used a guest bedroom on this level. The walk-out basement is an efficiency apartment with a kitchen, full bath, and a sauna. There is also a room without a window that we are calling a bonus room. All the exterior walls of this house are framed with 2X6 lumber for thermal efficiency and soundproofing. The detached garage features a +/- 8000 lb capacity hydraulic lift, something that you don't see everyday. There is a carport for additional storage, a shed and an outbuilding with a block workshop (lathe and drill press are negotiable) with solar heating installed on the side. The gutters drain into a 3, 500 gallon cistern which is a gravity fed watering system for the garden. There is very efficient Atmos wood furnace in the basement that is connected to heat exchangers in both the hot water heater and the air handler; also hooked into both these exchangers is a tankless gas hot water heater. The goal here was to get partially off the grid. With almost an acre of fairly flat, unrestricted land this place could be a micro farm; chickens. goats, a much more extensive garden and some fruit tees are a possibility here. Most of the furnishings stay as do most of the tools and equipment; some would be negotiable.