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The Ilford home is meant to be the first of a series of green-certified infill homes.

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The living room, with chocolate-coloured Canadian maple floors.

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The open-concept kitchen features a vanilla-toned Cesarstone island.

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Panels hide the mechanicals in the finished basement.

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The master bedroom.

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The main bathroom.

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The glass, steel and wood staircase has a remote-controlled skylight at the top of the tower to let hot air escape.

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Permeable landscaping allows water and air to penetrate the soil.

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The back yard.

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The rooftop patio.

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A bank of solar panels on the roof.

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