The Pinnacle House is an award-winning, sustainably-designed home which sits on 30-acres of woods and meadows in the charming town of Lyme, New Hampshire. The home was designed and built by architect Don Metz in 1971, a pioneer in green home design and construction, and was extensively remodeled and expanded in 1996 and 2002.
The home is truly in harmony with the surrounding landscape–the north-side of the house is built into the hillside, creating a green roof through the use of earth-sheltered building techniques. The house faces due south, offering passive solar gain and spectacular views from every room.
The Pinnacle House property includes 30 acres of woods, open fields, beautiful gardens, an apple orchard, and spectacular views, all surrounded by conservation land. Just two and a half hours from Boston, the property is situated in Lyme, New Hampshire, high above the Connecticut River Valley. The Pinnacle, a nearby local landmark affords 360-degree views and connects to a network of extensive hiking and cross-country ski trails.
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