There is much to say about this property located ad litteram at the foot of the Cindrel Mountains, whose forest begins 30m away but, of all the features, the autonomy given by the carefully chosen technologies puts it in a special category - that of sustainable houses, friendly to the nature in the middle of which they are located (also, we do not ignore the fact that independence from public grid comes with financial benefits). The main option for energy independence is the installation of photovoltaic solar panels on the roof of the house - the owner has already filed for the “Green House” program for a 5 kW-installation. Erected in 2015, the building has an area of 203 square meters, with the first level made of monolithic reinforced concrete for the safety of the building, and the second level having walls made of wooden beams (the thermal system is made of basalt mineral wool of 20 cm for a maximum thermal comfort). The building is designed to withstand earthquakes with a magnitude of over 7.5 degrees on the Richter scale; the foundation depth is 2.5 meters, and the roof has profiled sheet metal and a gutter defrosting system. The water for domestic consumption comes from the local groundwater and is captured through two wells equipped with home supply systems, but there is also an alternative source - a rainwater collection system that supplies two tanks with a total capacity of 12,000 liters. Wastewater is collected in a 2-compartment drainable septic tank. Drinking water will be brought in the spring - the project is underway. There is a three-phase power supply, the installed power being of 12 kw. The entire system is protected by a voltage stabilizer and a 4.5 kW diesel generator automated for the entire property. Thermal comfort is provided by a gas-fired boiler plus a Viessmann wood-fired boiler with a 1000l buffer (the bathrooms have underfloor heating). A pressurized solar panel and a 200l electric boiler provide hot water separately from the plant. A Daikin system is responsible for the air conditioning of the house; there is high speed fiber optic internet. The security of the property is ensured by the video surveillance and burglar alarm system, and the fire protection with a DSC system. Privacy is guaranteed by windows with double-glazed windows and Spiegel foil. All these impressive facilities are spread on 4000 sq m of land (with a street front of about 60 m) on which there are a house with 4 rooms, a gazebo, annexes, carport and a private road and swimming pool. On the ground floor, the focal point is the fireplace, the work of the famous Mihai Iancovescu, restorer of the Brukenthal National Museum; it makes the relaxation area have sleek accents for quiet and comforable living. The adjacent cooking & dining area is flooded at dusk by a golden light; evening is also a good time to sit on the terrace and gaze far away to the Făgăraș Mountains. As a reliable help for the living space, the basement houses a summer kitchen, the laundry room, a wine cellar and one technical room (the pantry is attached to the kitchen on the ground floor). The sleeping area means three bedrooms (the master bedroom comes with a dressing room), two bathrooms, a hall and a technical room. Two of the bedrooms have access to the rustic terrace facing east. Outside, in the courtyard lined with trees that bear delicious fruits, there is a gazebo that is perfectly equipped for outdoor dining having a pizza oven, grill, heater and foil closure plus bathroom and storage. In addition to this pavilion on the property there are seven outbuildings, with metal doors, carport and a cellar with access from the outside. The area is quiet and green, and the fact that it is surrounded by large private properties guarantees a peaceful future, without construction sites (in addition, the road is private and has a low traffic of less than three cars/ day).