Inside and Out – Inglenook Cottage Home Features

Inside and Out – Inglenook Cottage Home Features

At Inglenook Cottage Homes we believe the quality of product is important in every aspect of your home. From the inside out, here’s a full list of base features included in Inglenook Cottage Homes.

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New Year, New Homes Building Up

New Year, New Homes Building Up

Phase 1 construction continues at Inglenook of Zionsville!  The team is bundled up and working away on the Spruce (SOLD), Madison (SOLD), and Plumrose (AVAILABLE).  We have also begun construction on a second Spruce (AVAILABLE) on Homesite #1.  The Plumrose on Homesite #10 and the Spruce on Homesite #1 are early in the build process so there is still time for customization.  This Plumrose will be complete and move in ready for Spring 2018.  The available Spruce on Homesite #1 will follow close behind with a completion date also in Spring 2018.

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Inglenook of Zionsville Debuts a Little Free Library

Inglenook of Zionsville Debuts a Little Free Library

We are very excited to debut Inglenook of Zionsville’s Little Free Library! Little Free Libraries are a wonderful example of community connection and a perfect fit for our vibrant Pocket Neighborhood.

As of November 2016, there were over 50,000 registered Little Free Library book exchanges in all 50 U.S. states and over 70 countries around the world.  We are proud that Inglenook of Zionsville has joined the ranks.

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A Move-In-Ready Plumrose is Coming Spring 2018!

A Move-In-Ready Plumrose is Coming Spring 2018!

Construction is ramping up on the first pocket of homes at Inglenook of Zionsville.  We are painting the custom Madison a lovely shade of green on Homesite #11, adding a wraparound porch to the custom Spruce on Homesite #12, and framing the Plumrose on Homesite #10. 

The Plumrose on Homesite #10 will be the first finished home at Inglenook of Zionsville to hit the market in Spring 2018!

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Pocket Neighborhood Design Detail - Eyes on the Commons

Pocket Neighborhood Design Detail - Eyes on the Commons

At the heart of Inglenook’s Pocket Neighborhood living is the unique community design.  Each home is tucked into a pocket of 4-12 homes.  This pocket of homes becomes a neighborhood within a neighborhood. Neighbors know each other’s names, their children’s names, and their pets.  The community is an extended family looking out for one another.  As a current Inglenook homeowner put it, “helping hands, shared resources, a watchful eye out for and on you, a shared cup of coffee or glass of wine.  If you're on your front porch, you can count on sharing a moment with whomever's out!” 

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Frequently Asked Questions at Inglenook Pocket Neighborhoods

Frequently Asked Questions at Inglenook Pocket Neighborhoods

Frequently Asked Questions:

 

We’ve had a steady stream of folks come through to say hello, ask questions, and walk through the first homes at Inglenook of Zionsville.  Along the way we’ve had some great questions arise that we would like to share.  After all, when it comes to finding the right home it starts with asking questions. J

 

Q: Will Inglenook of Zionsville connect to the Village?

A:  Yes!  The city of Zionsville plans to add a connecting pedestrian pathway along Zionsville road.  We couldn’t be more excited!

 

Q: What’s to the south of the neighborhood? 

A: Inglenook of Zionsville is located on 17 acres.  The pockets of Cottage Homes will only be built on 9 of the 17 acres.  The remaining wooded acreage to the south is currently planned to remain woods.  The neighborhood plan showcases only the planned building portion of the community.

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Pricing Update

Pricing Update

For a variety of reasons lumber prices are expected to increase in the coming months.  Home pricing will likely follow suit and reflect this increase as well.  We anticipate the new pricing to take effect in November.  If you would like to lock down on Inglenook of Zionsville’s current pricing please reach out soon.

To answer any questions or schedule a neighborhood tour please contact us at 317.767.9760 or via email at info@landdevelopbuild.com.

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Calling Pocket Neighborhoods Home

Calling Pocket Neighborhoods Home

People who come to call Pocket Neighborhoods, like Inglenook of Zionsville, home have one key thing in common - their love and longing for community, a real neighborhood.

Community is a big part of neighborhood living, particularly at Inglenook.  Our architect, Ross Chapin, describes pocket neighborhoods as “a cohesive cluster of homes gathered around some kind of common ground within a larger surrounding neighborhood – a neighborhood within a neighborhood.”

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