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
Here’s the latest news from around the neighborhood at Inglenook of Zionsville! To summarize - the team is working away on some beautiful Cottage Homes - painting, framing, digging. The Ellis on #14 is Sold! We have one move-in ready home left, and two new available homes going up!Read More
Over the next two weeks we will be putting the finishing touches on the inside of the Plumrose Cottage on Homesite #16. Every detail contributes to creating that special quality of warmth and comfort you feel in Cottage Homes. Here’s a sneak peek at the light and bright finishes we’re bringing to the Plumrose.Read More
This year has been an exciting one at Inglenook of Zionsville – we completed the first of many Cottage Homes in the community, we had our first homeowners move in, followed by another set of homeowners and another and another. Our cozy little neighborhood is growing. We feel very blessed to have such wonderful people to call a part of our Inglenook family.Read More
We are pleased to announce that Homesite #14 will be home to Inglenook of Zionsville’s very first Ellis Cottage Home! The Ellis will be nestled along the greenbelt in the northeast corner of the community.Read More
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!Read More
A distinguishing detail that sets Pocket Neighborhoods, like Inglenook, apart from other suburban communities is the simple fact that Inglenook is designed for people, not cars. This may sound simple, yet so many other neighborhoods are designed the exact opposite.Read More