Willis Allen real estate agents Rande Turner and Jill Wheeler list San Diego’s first Leed Home for sale

Willis Allen Real Estate recently announced that Del Mar agents Rande Turner and Jill Wheeler have listed San Diego’s first LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Platinum Certified home for sale.

Described as cutting-edge and sustainable by Wheeler, this three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home was completed in 2010 and boasts gorgeous ocean views and stunning modern architecture.

When asked why, beyond first glance, this home is so special, Turner explained, “Neptune is one of the healthiest coastal homes available. When you’re in this home you can feel the difference. 1491 Neptune is the only LEED Platinum home on the market and furthermore only the second “LEED for Homes” single-family residence in the entire country.”

Listed at $3,393,000, 1491 Neptune was built by Rich Williams at ArtHaushome.com. For more information on the property, contact Rande Turner (858-945-8896/randeturner@gmail.com) or Jill Wheeler (858-353-2639/jill@willisallen.com).

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