City Cabins at Indian Wall are a welcome respite from the dense urban landscape
The new high-performance City Cabins™ homes at Indian Wall in Seattle’s Licton Springs neighborhood. The “softscape” of the homes will be made up of drought tolerant native plantings around the two homes and on the green-roofs over the garages that have been designed and built to offer the home owners a planting and outdoor living area.
The high-performance green homes built by Martha Rose are truly next-gen housing being built with today’s homeowner in mind. Rose is including a long list of features that are perfect solutions to enhance the occupant’s creature comforts and reduce yearly utility costs. The super-insulated well sealed homes our partnered with a high-efficient heat-recovery ventilator (HRV) that supplies the homes with fresh -air into the living areas and bedrooms 24/7 while simultaneously exhausting the stale air. New to the City Cabin™ lineup is the Enerjoy high efficient infrared radiant heating panel system.
The Enerjoy heating system has a unique heating management system. Every bedroom and dayrooms of the new City Cabin™ homes have an individual thermostat that lets you manage heat in each room just like you manage lighting in each room.
The City Cabins™ concept was trademarked by homebuilder Martha Rose, president of Martha Rose Construction; City Cabins™ are super energy efficient homes that are targeting Built Green’s 5-Star certification. The City Cabins™ trademark was first used in Washington in February 2011.