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Affordable Green Modular Homes

Affordable Green Homes Brought to you by New World Home!

Who says green homes have to be expensive? Contrary to popular belief, green homes can be built for a reasonable price. New World Home believes there’s a New Old Green Modular (NOGM) home for everyone.

Click to download floorplans, elevations and features for each of these homes:

Carson

Hudson
Smithfield
Emerson
Franklin

The above pricing is based on New World Home’s standard option package* For more information please visit our website or call a New World Home housing specialist today!

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New World Home's 2010 House of the Year, awarded by Country Living magazine, moves to Crystal Springs Resort

Northjersey.com reports on the Country Living’s 2010 House of the Year, an excerpt:

Following a highly publicized display at the World Financial Center in New York City, Country Living magazine’s 2010 House of the Year has moved to Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston.

The home has been reassembled at 3621 NJ Route 94 — its new and permanent “country” location — and has just re-opened as the Country Living Green Modular Home Design Center. Surrounded by thousands of acres of preserved woodlands and lakes, the design center will be open to the public daily, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

New World Home is currently building green homes around the U.S., with the Country Living design center currently on target to earn the U.S. Green Building Council’s LEED for Homes Platinum certification, the first of its kind in New Jersey.

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The Country Living 2010 House of the Year now at Crystal Springs Resort

COME TOUR THE GREENEST HOMES IN THE COUNTRY™

The Country Living 2010 House of the Year will be opening this weekend at Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston, NJ. The Country Living Green Modular Home Collection, designed by New World Home and Country Living magazine, incorporates the greenest products and practices from around the country and reflects the comfortable, warm and inviting style found in the pages of the magazine. The 1,600 square foot “Hudson” cottage, currently on target to receive LEED® for Homes Platinum certification, will be featured in the November issue of the magazine.

There has never been a better time to build a green home at Crystal Springs Resort, surrounded by thousands of acres of preserved woodlands and lakes. Print this email and you will be eligible for a Complimentary Suite Upgrade plus Late 2pm Check-Out at Grand Cascades Lodge!

Attendees will also have the opportunity to enter to win a Weekend Getaway at The Grand Cascades Lodge at Crystal Springs located in Hardyston, New Jersey.

All overnight stays at 4-star Grand Cascades Lodge in Hardyston, NJ include:

– Complimentary access to the one-of-a-kind Biosphere Pool Complex with freeform indoor/outdoor heated pools, water slide, grotto-like Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room

– Complimentary use of the 18-hole natural grass putting course

– Complimentary access to Minerals Sports Club at nearby Minerals Resort including indoor/outdoor heated pools, hot tub, steam room, sauna, 45+ weekly fitness classes, yoga and more!

To learn more about Crystal Springs Resort click here.

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New World Home builds first factory-built LEED® Platinum home in Long Island

There is change in the air. Hamptons.com picks up on an important shift in the market for new homes:

New World Home, a rapidly growing and award-winning producer of sustainable housing, has earned Platinum certification under the U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) LEED® for Homes program for a home built in East Hampton, representing the first factory-built home in Long Island to earn this designation. Additionally, the Hamptons project is the first home of any type in Long Island to earn a Platinum rating without requiring the use of any renewable energy sources, such as solar panels, wind turbines or geothermal systems. In 2009, New World Home produced the first factory-built LEED® Platinum homes in New York and Georgia.

The financial benefits to building a New World Home are particularly relevant to the Long Island housing market, specifically the Hamptons, where it is extremely expensive to build a new home. “Taking into account the high cost of land and labor, many would perceive building one of the greenest homes in the country in this setting to be cost-prohibitive” says Tyler Schmetterer, CMO and Founder of New World Home. “It is a fundamental objective for New World Home to develop a housing solution with minimal up-front premium for green products and features. Currently, we’re able to build at a cost competitive range of $180 to $250 per square foot versus $400 to $500 for a comparable quality site-built home in the Hamptons.”

LEED Platinum Home for Sale

September 1, 2010

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The First USGBC LEED Platinum Factory-Built Home in New York State now for Sale

Now Available for Purchase:
The First USGBC LEED Platinum Factory-Built Home in New York State

Asking price : $375,000
5+ acre building lot
Additional 15 acres with 3 approved building lots available
4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths
2 Story with unfinished basement
2400 + sq ft + 1200 + sq ft basement
Wrap around porches

Start living in your dream green home today!

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2010 House of the Year Virtual Tour

Take a tour of the Country Living 2010 House of the Year while it was on display at the World Financial Center in New York City.

Click here to download the Country Living 2010 House of the Year tour [PDF]

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New World Home was created to transform the housing industry and we believe we are doing that one home at a time. Watch a recap of the Country Living 2010 House of the Year from Factory to Finish with one of the founders of New World Home. The Country Living Green Modular Home Design Center will be opening in September 2010. Homeowners will now have the opportunity to build a New World Home within the world class Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston, NJ, a growing community that’s dedicated to the conservation of the natural environment.

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Green home moves from NY to Hardyston

Photo by Phillip Molnar/New Jersey Herald

HARDYSTON, NJ — New Jersey developer Andy Mulvihill says this is “the greenest house in New Jersey.” Read more in the New Jersey Herald:

The average Manhattan tourist might bring home an “I love NY” shirt or a clever pair of sunglasses. But for the developers of Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston, their last trip to the Big Apple brought an entire house.

The New World Homea modular “green” home built in a factory — spent two weeks on display in Battery Park, impressing visitors such as Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

“I’m happy to applaud New World Home for its strides in promoting sustainable and affordable housing,” Bloomberg wrote in an official statement.

Now, the home has been rebuilt, piece by piece, in the Crystal Springs development in Hardyston.

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Watch the foundation being set for the Country Living 2010 House of the Year’s permanent location at Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston, NJ. Scheduled to open in late summer, the Hudson Cottage will become a Country Living Green Modular Homes Design Center.

The Village at Crystal Springs is an inviting residential resort set amidst thousands of acres of preserved woodlands and Serene Lakes. The Resort boasts several championship golf courses, restaurants, spas and a world class wine cellar.

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The Country Living 2010 House of the Year, Dismantle from June 21st-June 22nd. Currently, the Hudson Cottage is being transported to its permanent location at Crystal Springs Resort in Hardyston, NJ where it will become a Country Living Green Modular home design center. Opening August 2010!