There has been much anticipation and excitement about Inglenook’s single-story Cottage Home – the Betty! We are pleased to bring the first Betty to Homesite #18 at Inglenook of Zionsville. The Betty is a beloved two-bedroom Ross Chapin cottage-style home. This ranch Cottage Home makes the most of every inch, accommodating all of your living needs on a single floor.Read More
Phase 1 and Phase 2 Homesites are now nearly 50% SOLD! There are a few remaining homesites along the south end of the neighborhood, but only 1 remaining homesite that overlooks the woods. The Hunter homesites are now SOLD OUT.Read More
Today we are excited to announce a partnership with a local Zionsville interior designer who shares our vision of warm and welcoming cottage living. Inglenook is teaming up with Sassy Green Interiors to bring the classic charm of our cottages to life. Join us Sunday, May 5, 1-4PM for Sassy Green’s debut at Inglenook of Zionsville.Read More
When Loic and Claire relocated their family of six to Carmel, Indiana from North Carolina they were looking for a community they could call home. A community where their kids could safely play, neighborly friendships could be made, and their family could flourish.Read More
Built-ins come hand-in-hand with Inglenook Cottage Homes and architect Ross Chapin. Built-ins provide comfort, charm, and functionality to the basic framework of a home. We often get the question, “Where should we put a built-in?” The answer is quite simply – anywhere you want!Read More
As we build an Inglenook Cottage Home we discuss many things with the homeowners – home designs, homesites, and paint colors to name a few. In the end, each Cottage Home exudes its own personality as expressed through its unique colors, personal gardens, and individual take on the respective floorplans.Read More
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.Read More
Front Porches are an identifying characteristic of Inglenook Pocket Neighborhoods and Cottage-style Homes. Ross Chapin, Inglenook’s architect, describes the front porch as the key element in fostering neighborly relations.Read More
We often get the question – “Who lives in your pocket neighborhoods?” When we set out to build pocket neighborhoods we don’t intend to build them for just one demographic. Our goal is to build a neighborhood for people who are searching for something more than a house; we build for people searching for a community.
Over the past few years we’ve had the joy of building twenty-seven different cottage homes for twenty-seven different families in our Carmel pocket neighborhood. Here we have welcomed young families, old families, new friends and old, dog people, cat people, musicians and artists, and a motorcycle lover too!
These are the faces of the Inglenook Family. These people have moved from nearby cities, across the country, and from overseas to find this type of community.
The people who live at Inglenook are something special, in more ways than one.
If you want to join the Inglenook family at our newest pocket neighborhood in Zionsville please contact us at 317.767.9760 or via email at email@example.com.