Elm Avenue, Beeston

Tours begin at 2:30pm, 3:30pm and 5:30pm. Booking essential (see below)



A detached Edwardian home (with a 1950's extension) in a conservation area, with some internally insulated solid walls. The owners have installed a number of both low and high tech measures, including both cheap and more expensive measures: 

solar panels; h

eat-saving measures including double-glazing, internal insulation of outside walls of some rooms and some floors, loft insulation (plus several more minor measures such as blackout blinds and self closing hinges on some doors to keep heat in rooms); and r

ainwater harvesting for flushing toilets and for garden use.



Tours begin at 2:30pm, 3:30pm and 5:30pm. Tours are free but booking is essential: http://bit.ly/1FNULrm 

Exact location details will be forwarded to those who book.


Travel tips: 

The house is not far from Beeston Bus Station (36, Y36, Indigo, Y5, 18).  Some buses also stop in Chilwell Road. Cars can be parked in the road on Sundays. At present cars cannot go from Middle Street/Chilwell Road into Devonshire Avenue due to tram works, but bicycles and pedestrians can. Bicycles can be parked beside the house (safer at back of house).

Elm Ave
United Kingdom
Date / Time: 
Sunday, May 10, 2015 -
14:30 to 17:30

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