http://tesanaliving.com

I visited the site mentioned below in the comments (and above in the title of this post). Thank you for the comment.

The website looks nice. It navigates cleanly. The images clearly describe the architecture and surroundings. There is not much mentioned about the greenness of the architecture. The only "green" information is in reference to the preservation of a particular species of tree. While preserving old trees on a site is commendable, a developer can describe other things they do as well.

What other amenities are available to residents?
Is the stone on the houses from a local quarry?
Will the residents have higher or lower utility bills compared to the national average?
How are storm drainage issues handled?
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