Brookfield Residential PureBlue Home

The PureBlue Home in Bristow, Va., is designed to be ultra energy- and water-efficient.

A drip irrigation system significantly decreases outdoor water use.

An extensive solar array provides much of the home's power.

Graywater recycling and rainwater collection systems feed into water storage tanks are located under the deck, which connect to the irrigation system.

The house also features a modern open floor plan.

The first floor includes spacious living and dining spaces connected to the kitchen.

The kitchen uses all high-performance fixtures and appliances.

Faucets throughout the home were picked for their ability to save water while delivering premium performance.

Like the rest of the appliances, the washer and dryer in the house use less water and energy than standard models.

All of the home's bathrooms use water-saving faucets and toilets.

The home features a generous and elegant master suite.

The home's master bath proves that saving water doesn't need to mean sacrificing style.

The home makes use of abundant natural light without losing performance with triple-glazed, low-e windows.

Many bathrooms in the home use touchless toilets, which are more sanitary in addition to saving water.

The basement of the home includes a bedroom, bathroom, and a large rec room with wet bar.

A crucial component of the home's water conservation efforts is the graywater recycling system, which triple-filters water from laundry, bathroom sinks, and showers.

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