CARMEL, Ind., March 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Land Development and Building has announced that Inglenook, a pocket neighborhood of cottage style new homes in Carmel, IN, is nearly sold out. A second release of cottage style homes has been announced to keep up with demand.
"Our traffic and sales have doubled at Inglenook in the first quarter of 2012. Buyers are raving about the quality and design of the homes, as well as the pocket neighborhood concept. Inglenook offers home buyers a rare opportunity to own in a pocket neighborhood in the Midwest, and demand is increasing for this type of experience," says Casey Land of Land Development and Building.
One immediate move-in new home in Carmel, IN is still available in the first phase at Inglenook. The Coho plan is a two-bedroom floor plan featuring approximately 1,344 square feet. The home includes many upgraded features such as hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, and more. Land emphasizes that the finishes are only part of what makes the homes at Inglenook an exceptional living experience.
"The homes at Inglenook are built for the priorities of today's buyer. The emphasis is on smaller, well-designed homes that enhance the spaces we use everyday. Each home at Inglenook features a bedroom and a bathroom on the first floor and flexible living spaces including generously sized front porches, lofts, and basements," says Land.
Inglenook has recently announced the opening of their second phase of homes to be completed in the spring. Homes in the second phase include two and three bedroom cottages that range from approximately 1,344 to 2,176 square feet. Interest has already been strong.
"The success at Inglenook proves that the pocket neighborhood concept is viable in the Midwest and is a sustainable trend for other Midwest markets," says Land.