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The Green Lagoon

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From the deck of this waterfront house, the scenery is abuzz with Northern California wildlife–but there's not a utility bill in sight.
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  At the rear of the house, bleacher-style steps mitigate the steep grade down to 
the water; the boathouse tucks in on the right.  Photo by: Matthew Millman
    At the rear of the house, bleacher-style steps mitigate the steep grade down to the water; the boathouse tucks in on the right.

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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  Arriving guests can see straight through the house to the lagoon beyond.  Photo by: Matthew Millman
    Arriving guests can see straight through the house to the lagoon beyond.

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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  Although most radiant-heating systems are gas-powered, these ground-cement floors take the chill off with an electric warming system. Locally harvested cedar ceilings warm up the room and reach out to the matching siding, which was finished with a nontoxic bleaching oil to first speed, then arrest, the natural fading process.  Photo by: Matthew Millman
    Although most radiant-heating systems are gas-powered, these ground-cement floors take the chill off with an electric warming system. Locally harvested cedar ceilings warm up the room and reach out to the matching siding, which was finished with a nontoxic bleaching oil to first speed, then arrest, the natural fading process.

    Photo by: Matthew Millman

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