Fully Furnished pH Living Sanctuary™ Test Unit for Sale ~ $150K


pH Living Sanctuary™ Exterior View

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Living Room View of Kitchenette Area Bathroom Floor Plan






Quakertown, PA 18951 Fully Furnished PhLiving Sanctuary Test Unit for Sale ~ $150,000* plus cost to dismantle and relocate structure

Description: The temporary permit is up on pH Living’s first Sanctuary™ test unit in Quakertown, Pennsylvania and it is being offered for SALE at below development cost. It will be sold with all interior furnishings and supplies. This home is environmentally safe, healthy and low in EMFs.

Imagine having a clean space that provides, fresh clean air, state-of-the-art chemical free materials and peace of mind allowing your body to detox naturally. pH Living provides the leading knowledge and service available for healthy housing. Only the finest materials and workmanship along with the expertise, vetting, and testing developed, over the past two years, were incorporated into this Sanctuary™.

Proceeds from the sale will go toward installing the next test unit in California at some time in the future. Stay tuned to re|shelter for updates.

Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Square footage: 405
Website: Visit pHLiving.us for more details.

Price: $150,000*
*The sale price is for the Sanctuary™ only. Land, disassembly, and the moving of the unit is at the Buyer’s expense.

Contact info: Feel free to call or e-mail us for more information about the Sanctuary and all fees to be incurred in purchasing. debbie@pHLiving.us or 310.457.5477

Materials & Components Inside
Wall Board: Aldehydes sequestering.
Barrier Material: Scrim reinforced dual aluminum foil.
Flooring: NOx absorbing ceramic tile.
Paint: AFM SafeCoat zero VOC.
Electrical Controls: All electric is incased in metal shielding conduit. Bedroom kill switch.
Communications Wiring: Telephone, cable and Cat 6e.
HVAC System: Electric, 25 SEER split HVAC.
Air Exchange System: Fresh air exchange, MERV 12 particulate filter & activated coconut charcoal filter.
Kitchen: Stainless cabinets with stainless counter and sink.
Bathroom: Stainless Vanity Sink and Dual-Flush, Low-Flow Porcelain Toilet.
Alarm System: Whole house alarm system and fire.

Materials & Components Outside
Insulation: Formaldehyde free R-21 fiberglass walls, R-38 in roof and floor.
Roof: Standing seam aluminum roofing.
Siding: Corten steel seam with RainGuard™ under.
Water Heater: Electric tankless.
Water Filters: Carbon based whole house filter plus Reverse Osmosis for kitchen water.
Furnishings: Organic cotton, bed linens, blanket, towels, silverware, cookware, Non-allergenic bed, living room furniture.

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posted February 14, 2012

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  • paula alexander

    February 16, 2012 at 5:43 pm

    I have a friend who hasn’t left her unit for 3 years because of her allergies.
    We are trying to rehouse her. Do you ship to Australia?

  • unit tester

    December 4, 2012 at 1:18 pm

    Hi. I want to let you all know that I was the first one to test this unit in Oct. 2011. The odor from the shower wall and floor material was overwhelming (to a non sensitive person). The product used is not on the above list – it is “pvc membrane zero voc” – info from the above manufacturer. It may be off-gassed by now. Also, the cleaning lady and host at the time used a perfumed product (it was on the bedding). There were other issues, like a non-off-gassed new hot plate for cooking that smoked when turned on. Just to say – you must test any unit first.

  • Is unit still in Quakertown?

    December 22, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Hi Unit Tester, Did you find other housing? We are searching for something that would be Healthy! Do you know of any builders in Pa?Thank you

  • lynn

    June 10, 2015 at 7:39 pm

    That is so expensive- one can buy an older home – already out-gassed, non toxic materials. Amazing! (father in real estate).

    Search Realtor.com, ebay, Craigslist so on,

  • Jenn Cohen

    July 19, 2017 at 8:47 am

    Is there a bathtub, or only a shower?

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