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This 2600-sq.-ft. house in Margate, N.J., is similar in many respects to the average American home being built today, and the methods used to construct it are within the reach of most builders. However, its tight envelope, careful siting, water-conservation methods, finish materials, mechanicals, and low vulnerability to damage from storms and coastal flooding make it anything but average.
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