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Hattiesburg realtors tour new green home

By Jeff Daley, jdaley@wdam.com

HATTIESBURG, MS. (WDAM) - Fifty top Hattiesburg realtors were invited to tour a newly built green home in the Timberton Subdivision Thursday afternoon.

The home is located in the Lakeview section of Timberton on Gleneagles Road.  It is the first certified green home built for sale in the city and second overall.

The other home was the Extreme Makeover built last December by AAA Homes of Mississippi.  The home on Gleneagles Road is also a AAA build.

The realtors toured the home Thursday and got some insight on what it takes to get the home certified as green.

The home is a four bedroom and has three and a half baths.  It overlooks a lake and the tenth green of the Timberton Golf course.

It will be put on the market in the next few days and more green homes are planned for the future.

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