First permitted 3D-printed house listed for sale

January 29, 2021 // By Rich Pell
First permitted 3D printed house listed for sale
3D printing construction technology company SQ4D says it has listed for sale the first 3D printed home in the United States.

The residential property in Riverhead, NY was printed on site using the company's Autonomous Robotic Construction System (ARCS). According to the company, it is the first 3D printed home slated to receive a certificate of occupancy and is listed on Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for sale as new construction for $299,999.

The 3D printed home features over 1,400 square feet of living space, plus a 750 square foot two-and-a-half car garage on a quarter acre. The home includes three bedrooms, two full bathrooms, and features an open floor plan.

Built with concrete, the home will deliver strength and durability that conventional wood-frame construction cannot match, says the company. The company will be including a 50-year limited warranty on their 3D printed structures.

The company developed its patent pending ARCS technology to robotically build the footings, foundations, interior and exterior walls on site of their homes. Its proprietary hardware and software enables the construction site to be safer while creating eco-friendly concrete homes compared to traditional wood-frame construction at a fraction of the cost.

Its 3D printing technology, says the company, can drive a lasting solution to affordable housing by drastically reducing the cost of new home construction.

Stephen King of Realty Connect, the Zillow Premier agent who has the listing, says, "At $299,999, this home is priced 50% below the cost of comparable newly-constructed homes in Riverhead, NY and represents a major step towards addressing the affordable housing crisis plaguing long island."

The company says it currently has building plans being reviewed from New York to California.

SQ4D

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