13 WTHR Indianapolis Demand for smaller homes fuels new trend in central Indiana CARMEL, IN – There is a growing trend and demand for smaller homes. While condominiums have filled a void for empty nesters and first-time home buyers, one north side developer is using a decades-old idea to build neighborhoods, not subdivisions. View the video interview and… Read More »Demand for smaller homes fuels new trend in central Indiana
AARP Bulletin Share Common Ground Rosemary Fowler calls them “the parade of gawkers.” Every night after dinner, as she sits in the white wicker chaise on her front porch, she sees them stream by to check out her cozy neighborhood-in-the-making. The Carmel, Ind., nurse, 56, is not surprised that her sunny yellow house, and the seven… Read More »Share Common Ground
Buying Your First Indianapolis New Home: Is Now the Time? The market for Indianapolis new homes is on the rise, which has many first time buyers wondering if now is the time to lock in low housing prices and rates for a new home purchase. So what’s right for you? Buying Smart in a Buyer’s… Read More »First Home Buyers in Indianapolis Find Home Sweet Home at Inglenook
We’re excited to have the Inglenook community recently featured in AARP magazine as smart alternative for Baby Boomers looking for smaller retirement homes that are community oriented, well-designed, eco-friendly, and closeness to shops, restaurants, and entertainment. The Perfect Solution Opting out of the hustle and bustle of most suburban neighborhoods, many Baby Boomers have discovered… Read More »Baby Boomers Retire Smart in Pocket Neighborhoods
Most people don’t think about how thick their house walls are when buying a home. In an effort to provide the lowest possible cost of a home to the buyer, most builders construct houses with perimeter walls using 2×4 wood studs. We use 2×6 wood studs in our perimeter house walls. They cost more, but they… Read More »Why we do what we do – Wall Construction that saves you money
Inglenook, a pocket neighborhood of new cottage style homes in Carmel, IN is offering a $7,000 savings on basement upgrades.
Inglenook, a pocket neighborhood of 27 cottage style homes in Carmel, IN, is redefining the small home by offering exceptional quality homes with prices that start in the high $200,000’s.
Inglenook, a pocket neighborhood of 27 cottage style new homes for sale in Carmel, IN, offers buyers an alternative to Indianapolis condos.