The new i-House: Can you put it on shuffle?

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Quick: how much do you spend a month on utilities? Monthly bills in the newly unveiled i-House clock in at less than $70.

It's not a new gadget. It's a house full of them -- a project designed by Clayton Homes as an affordable means of living green. Clayton says these manufactured houses are 30 percent more energy-efficient than standard construction.

The i-House comes in two versions: a $74,900, 723-square-foot model and the $93,300, 1,023-square-foot model. Both have these standard features: R-21 wall insulation, R-30 floor insulation, R-30 roof insulation, low-e windows, dual-flush toilets, galvanized metal roofing, corrugated steel siding, butterfly roof with rainwater collection, and no-VOC paints. Add-ons include 2 kW of solar, a tankless water heater, low-flow faucets and Energy Star stackable washer-and-dryer.

Want to say i-do? Take a tour here.

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