Wired with many of the most up-to-date smart home technologies, the structure did everything short of putting up a lawn sign and chatting up potential buyers: blinds, shades, and doors popped open, the audio system played string quartet covers of popular songs, and the televisions even broadcast a drone video of the home’s exterior on loop, pulled from the building’s networked hard drive. After hosting potential buyers, at 5 p.m., the entire home would close down and assume night mode.
The owner believes smart home tech should be responsive, not just flashy. Renovated and redesigned over the last eight years, it showcases his take on cutting-edge technologies, from lighting to security.
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