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!” 

Read More

6 Ways Inglenook Residents Personalize Their Cottage Home

6 Ways Inglenook Residents Personalize Their Cottage Home

When you build at Inglenook we’ll discuss many things - home designs, homesites, floor plans, flooring, built-ins, colors, and more.  Each Cottage Home at Inglenook is unique and a direct reflection of the homeowners – inside and out.

Here are 6 ways Inglenook residents have put their personal touch on their Inglenook Cottage Homes:

Read More

Finding the Perfect Spot In A Pocket Neighborhood

Cottage LivingPocket Neighborhood living is intimate and connected.  Pedestrian-friendly walkways wind around grassy, green knolls inviting neighbors and friends to interact on a daily basis.

There are a variety of different options for living in Inglenook’s close-knit community – quiet tree-lined homesites, corner lots with wrap-around porches, and homesites nestled along the heart of the community greens.

Here are a few charming homesites still available in Phase 1 to whet your appetite:

Homesite #10 –  This homesite is quietly tucked away along the outside of the neighborhood in a beautiful, large, corner lot.  Located in the Northeast corner of the Pocket Neighborhood homesite #10 is one of the most private homesites in the neighborhood, and will be among the first set of homes to be completed.  This homesite can accommodate a Plumrose, Madison, Ellis, or Iris design.

Homesite #2 – With a large wrapping lot, this homesite offers the unique opportunity for a wraparound porch on one of Inglenook’s newest Ross Chapin design – the Spruce. Located near the front of Inglenook’s pocket neighborhood, this home will serve as a warm welcome into the community.

Homesites #4 & #7 -  Overlooking a common greens, homesites #4 and #7 have the best of both worlds – a quiet outside lot and the action of living on a community green space.  These homesites can accommodate a Plumrose, Madison, Ellis, or Iris cottage home design.

View Inglenook of Zionsville's Neighborhood Plan>

Interested in finding your perfect spot?  Join us for a private neighborhood tour!  For more information please contact us at 317-767-9760 or at info@landdevelopbuild.com.

Hello Winter, we missed you.

Inglenook of Carmel

Brrr…here come the snow and freezing temps. At Inglenook, you can enjoy the beauty and fun of a winter wonderland without the pain of snow removal and heating bills piling high.

Unless you’re headed to build a snowman, there’s no need to break out your heavy winter coats, snow boots, and shovels. Inglenook’s snow removal is covered under the monthly Home Owners’ Association fee. We’ll plow the drive and shovel the walks helping make the endless snowfall seem like a breeze!

Inside your cozy abode warm up fireside knowing your heating bill is staying cool. With the highest quality insulation, a single-stage heating gas furnace, and insulated windows and doors Inglenook’s homes are built to withstand the coldest of cold.  In fact, the gas budget payment for a Betty was a cool $38.00 per month last winter. Now that’s refreshing.

So enjoy sitting fireside, we’ve got the snow covered!

To schedule a meeting to review Inglenook home designs or the neighborhood plan please contact us at 317.767.9760 or via email at info@landdevelopbuild.com.