In addition to seeing that it far exceeded required building standards, a lot of time was spent designing the floor plan to make it as livable as possible. We were grateful to hear several couples call it the “perfect” layout. Of course what’s behind the walls is just as important, and no less effort was expended there; it wasn’t entirely surprising then that the (pre-listing) buyers were both engineers.
These are some articles about the neighborhood when the property was being built:
Robert Linn has always had a passion for building. He started tinkering in the family wood shop as a kid and went on to graduate with a dual degree in Architecture and Engineering from the University of Michigan in 2004. In 2009 he received a scholarship to attend business school at Indiana University, graduating in 2011 with a double major in Finance and Management. He bought his first property in 2001 and formed the company in 2004 while still working full-time. He was written up in BuiltWorlds in 2015 for his early achievements in energy-efficient building, and continues to stay abreast of the latest design and building science innovations; including maintaining his LEED and NAR Green Designee certifications. He brings a practical, technical, and theoretical perspective to every project.