May 27, 2022

This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M

Is it possible to build a mansion among Central Florida's many lakes that doesn't harm the environment? The builders of this Lake Nona megahome sure tried.

The house at 10379 Woodward Winds Drive sits mere steps from the lake that gives the neighborhood its name. To try and strike a balance with nearby nature, the 6700 square foot home was built using all renewable materials and gets almost all of its power from the sun.

The home won praise for its novel techniques and was the official showcase home of the National Association of Builders in 2008. The house has old money touches like a great room, a formal dining room and wine cellar, but nouveau additions like a saltwater infinity pool and a rainforest shower.

The sellers are asking for $2.75M. The listing is represented by Melissa M. Parry of Coastal Properties Group.
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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This eco-friendly mansion in Lake Nona just hit the market for $2.7M
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