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ADAM AND AMBRE CROCKETT get a lot of questions about their modern, eco-friendly home. “Is that a house?” wins the popularity contest. “It’s the question I get more than anything else,” says Adam. “Delivery drivers, the UPS guy—they all say they’ve never seen a house like this in Indiana.” True, the linear, flat-roofed home north of Williams Creek stands out from its gabled, shingled neighbors, and in more ways than meet the eye. The space beneath the green roof intentionally reflects Ambre and Adam’s clean lifestyle.

If Ambre’s name sounds familiar, it might be because she and Adam own and run Ambre Blends, selling oils and

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