This Multi-Family in Montague, MA recently sold for $175,000.
This property features 11 total rooms, 5 bedrooms, 0.06 acres, and was sold by
Sawicki Real Estate
Wonderful 19 th century farmhouse located on State road in Whately. Zoned commercial. this property has lots of possibilities. There is a large open barn attached to the back of the house where you can park your car. Also located on the property is a 33 x 35 foot 2 story barn and a separate office building 24 x 34 with multiple offices. The house consists of 4 bedrooms 2 full bathrooms, kitchen, living room, dining room, laundry room ,study and office. Lots of recent improvements. The home sits on 1.4 acres . There is an additional lot to the north of the home which can also be purchased. MLS # 72702693.
This is a Farmhouse style home and features 10 total rooms, 2 full baths, 4 bedrooms, 1.40 Acres, and is currently available for $369,900.
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What is natural ventilation? It’s utilizing wind with the “chimney effect” to draw warm air out of the home and replacing it with cooler air from outside. As the wind blows against your home, it forces air into open windows on one side of the house while a vacuum effect draws the air out of the windows on the other side. The vacuum effect relies on convection. As cool fresh air is pulled into the home it absorbs heat from the room, the warm air rises and exits through rooftop vents or skylights on the upper floors. As the warm air moves out of the space, cooler fresh air is pulled in behind it. When mechanized to operate by a thermostat, natural ventilation systems modulate the temperature in your home efficiently. Countless benefits come with natural ventilation. Here are a few:
One of the primary advantages of using a natural ventilation system is the decrease in your energy bills. Natural ventilation and hybrid ventilation consume much less energy (or no energy at all) compare to these mechanical systems. To save more on energy consumption, perhaps going for a natural hybrid ventilation system that cuts down on your energy use would be best.
Natural ventilation systems have a low energy consumption level. This makes them the best choice when looking to increase efficiency in a building or home. You can save up to 70 percent of your emissions, much more than the traditional mechanical ventilation.
The overall cost of maintaining HVAC ventilation is high, compared to natural ventilation systems. Natural systems generally come with fewer, more affordable parts.
A natural ventilation system takes very little space, especially as compared to an automated system. If you don’t want bulky components, a natural system is the better option.
Natural ventilation systems work best in areas where the days are warm and the nights are cool. If you live in an area that is very humid or where day and night temperatures are similar, natural ventilation systems are less effective.