COSTA MESA — The house that was once declared the first in Orange County to receive a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) platinum rating from the U.S. Green Building Council has received an offer.
Although the deal is not yet sealed, an offer was made for $2.19 million, which is down from the almost $3 million asking price, said Steve Blanchard, a real estate investor, who built the 4,900-square-foot house.
The Costa Mesa residence at 1811 Gisler Ave., was built with the environment in every aspect of the mind. Blanchard first built the spacious and breezy house for his family. He even painted one of the rooms pink for his daughter.