Welcome to New Homes, a biweekly column highlighting the new construction real estate market, written by Conor Sullivan and Dave Moya of Three Stones Residential at Keller Williams Realty. We are here to share our experience and expertise in lot acquisition, financing and construction of custom homes.
First, we need to understand who the top builders and influencers are that are reshaping our communities. Meet the builder: Rob Zimmermann of Zimmermann Homes.
What differentiates you from other builders?
Good quality and green building. All of our homes are held to a high quality control standard for both materials used and workmanship which I think shows when you tour one of our completed homes. We also provide many energy efficient features as a standard including Nest Stats, Tankless Water Heaters, Radiant Reflective Roof Sheathing, Power for 2 electric cars and Anderson 400 series windows.
How many homes have you completed in the last 12 months?
We completed 6 custom homes in the last year.
How long have you been building homes and how many people work on your team?
Zimmermann Homes has been in business for 12 years, we have 3 full time employees and some of the best subcontractors in the business.
What counties have you built in?
Arlington, Fairfax County and the City of Falls Church.
What is the most popular model you build?
The Jackson model which we’ve built multiple times. You can view the completed home here.
Here are some other new homes now on the market in Arlington:
- 2354 N. Quebec Street, Arlington — $1,699,995 — 5,153 sq. ft.
- 4345 26th Street N., Arlington — $1,749,990 — 5,174 sq. ft.
- 4912 34th Road N., Arlington — $1,899,999 — 5,400 sq. ft.
- 2322 N. Fillmore Street, Arlington — $1,925,000 — 4,833 sq. ft.
- 3036 N. Pollard Street N., Arlington — $2,449,000 — 7,146 sq. ft.
Three Stones Residential specializes in matching home owners with the right builder and lot location. If you have any questions about new homes or builders that you’d like us to highlight please email us at [email protected].
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