On Thursday at 11 a.m. the Builders Association of the Twin Cities and the University of Minnesota's Cold Climate Housing program will unveil the Department of Energy Challenge Home, the first of its kind to be built the rigorous green standards set forth in the new DOE Challenge Home program.

The Cold Climate Housing program's Pat Huelman - he was also the Challenge Home facilitator - along with the home's builder, Amaris Custom Homes, will be on hand.

The house is #307 on the Parade of Homes Fall Showcase; it's at 1017 Oak Bluff Circle in St. Paul. Or click here for details about what makes this house special.

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