Open Friday, October 31 and Saturday, November 1 from 10:00 am-4:00 pm; and Sunday, November 2, from 12:00-4pm, this unique, highly energy efficient, ‘passive house’ is a gem selected by national Home of Distinction for its excellence. Tour the house and enjoy the property’s expansive water views across the marshes to Long Island Sound. Proceeds of the tour will benefit Shoreline Greenway Trail and Hartford’s Camp Courant.
Designed by local Guilford architect Philippe Campus and built by local Madison contractor Bill Freeman of Celebration Contracting, this home, the second passive* house to be built in Guilford, provides ultimate energy efficiency and supreme comfort. See the details and meet the builders.
Tickets will be $10 at the door (payable cash/credit card/check) or $8 in advance at Bishop’s Orchard in Guilford. All proceeds of the tour will benefit both the Shoreline Greenway Trail and Hartford’s Camp Courant.
Parking for the event will be as follows: Friday: Just a few minutes away @ 1575 Boston Post Rd, Guilford (you will see a sign that says ‘Thornwood’ – complimentary shuttle service provided).
Saturday & Sunday, parking will be available across the street of the HOD tour @ 135 Leetes Island Rd., Breakfast Woodworks, Guilford.
If that parking lot is full, there will be a sign directing you to a second nearby location on Leetes Island Rd.