This is an impossible question to really answer. The electric bill is dependent on so many things--what temperature do you keep the house at, how many square feet is it, what sort of insulation does it have, does it have cathedral ceilings (which cost more because heat rises), how many people are in the family (more hot water, hair dryers, laundry, etc). I would recommend calling the local electric company and find out how much they charge per kilowatt hour and then compare that to where you are now living. That might be the most accurate way to do a guestimate!!