The Eleven River Luxury Townhomes
STARTING AT $789,000
ONLY TWO RESIDENCES REMAIN
Eleven Residences. One Opportunity. Nestled within the exposed shale cliffs of the Rocky River watershed sits one of North America's most significant architectural statements. Eleven custom-designed private residences cantilever out over the water featuring rooftop kitchens with outdoor fireplaces, living greeroofs and state-of-the-art Control 4® home automation technology. To schedule a private tour or to receive more information: 216-360-8313 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Cleveland’s west side, The Eleven River Luxury Townhomes are located in a completely private enclave just south of Detroit Road, overlooking Rocky River and the Cleveland Metroparks. The Eleven River Luxury homes hold the Gold Standard for green building and offer the most advanced in sustainable and eco-friendly technology featuring innovations from geothermal heating and cooling to Nichiha eco-conscious exteriors while also offering proximity to the Cleveland Metroparks, fine dining, and luxurious boutiques. Eleven River has geothermal heating and cooling, eco-conscious bamboo flooring, state of the art Control4 SmartHome Technology, and an optional Living Green Roof with Green outdoor spaces. Eleven River melds into its natural surroundings and is unapologetically modern” with clean stucco and wood panel facades, to accentuate the curve of the river. The split-level floor arrangement and interior sitelines provide unique views from each townhome and residents who are interested have the option of an elevator, dock and plunge pool. Sustainable materials and geothermal heating and cooling, “unheard of in a townhome project,” elevate the design to a “gold-star” eco-standard from the National Association of Home Builders. Expanses of glass framed by eco-sensitive woods, stainless steel and Nichiha welcome natural light into the bright, open interiors. Additionally, each townhome will be equipped with Control 4 Smart Technology, complete with an advanced security and fire monitoring/sprinkler system.
The Eleven River homes make accessing Lake Erie as easy as walking down backyard steps onto a private boat dock and taking off. Each home can easily reach not only the river and the lake but also the award winning Cleveland Yachting club famous for its sailing and yachting excursion. Our townhomes’ design evolved in response to the special characteristics of the waterfront site—the dramatic slope down to the river’s edge, the exceptional views of the Rocky River and Metro parks, and the grand backdrop of the Detroit Avenue Bridge. Building the last two projects on infill sites that were previously deemed non-buildable is completely in concert with the partners’ underlying theme of social responsibility. From community gardens to beautification committees, Rocky River does its utmost to keep its residents aware and alive in the brainstorming of creative ideas to make it healthier. It is the belief and practice of the team to follow the city’s lead and become involved with each community on all levels and to seek to improve and enhance these areas for all residents both current and future.
ARCHITECT: Dimit Architects
FILM COMPANY: Herman-Scheer, Los Angeles, California
FEATURING: GEOTHERMAL HEATING + COOLING
Safe—Flammable fossil fuels are not used to operate geothermal units. Because there is no combustion, there is no chance of explosion, hazardous fumes or risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Lower Operational Costs—Geothermal systems have efficiency ratings of 400 to 500 percent. An efficiency rating is the ratio of heat actually generated versus the amount of energy used to produce the heat. A rating of less than 100 percent means you are losing heat that you are paying for. This loss is typically caused by energy consumption required for the combustion process of a fossil fuel furnace. The most efficient natural gas furnaces cannot compete at a rating of only 95 percent.
Green—Geothermal systems have a positive impact on the environment since they burn no fossil fuels and operate on a modest amount of electricity. According to the United States Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency, geothermal systems are the most environmentally friendly way to heat and cool your home. They do not emit greenhouse gasses, which are known to contribute to environmental air pollution.
Peacefully Quiet—Conventional air conditioners and heat pumps require noisy outdoor equipment. Geothermal systems do not. In fact, GeoComfort Compass SeriesTM units feature a patent-pending cabinet design that isolates the units compressor, all but eliminating any rattling or vibration caused by system operation.
Bonus Hot Water—Geothermal systems have the capability of capturing reclaimed heat during heating and cooling modes and using it to heat domestic water. This application can reduce the water heating cost of a four-person household by 50 to 60 percent.
Flexibility—A geothermal installation is an excellent heating and cooling solution for nearly any situation. Geothermal systems perform well in cool northern climates as well as warm southern conditions, in homes small, large, new, existing and every home in between.
Unmatched Comfort—Geothermal systems provide superior air comfort. They demonstrate increased air purification and dehumidification versus conventional systems. In addition to improved air quality, geothermal systems keep indoor air temperatures at consistent levels, eliminating hot and cold spots that are typical of all conventional systems. For ultimate comfort, zoning allows for distinctive temperature adjustments in different areas of your home.
Longer Life Cycle—You can expect your geothermal system to provide an average of 20 to 24 years of reliable comfort and savings. In comparison, the average life cycle of a conventional system is 13 to 15 years.