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Tree house built for children
Tree house built for children (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Being environmentally friendly is quickly becoming a necessary factor in many people’s lives, from the food that they eat to the clothes that they buy to the brands that they love. But what about your home? Could it be just as eco-friendly?

“A hand-built Coromandel commercial eco-lodge, famous for hosting a New Year’s music and lifestyle festival that draws thousands of people, is for sale on top of its own hill with stunning 360 degree views.

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