First time homebuyers will be pleasantly surprised with the low-pricing of Inglenook’s cottage style homes that include many features of higher-priced homes.
Online PR News – 29-February-2012 – – Inglenook, a pocket neighborhood in Carmel, IN offers new homes starting from $225,000. Homes include many design and energy efficiency upgrades to provide added value for first time buyers who are looking for Indianapolis real estate.
Carmel, IN – Inglenook, a pocket neighborhood of 27 cottage style homes designed by award-winning architect Ross Chapin, in Carmel, IN, offers homes starting at just $225,000. Each home at Inglenook includes additional upgrades, energy efficiency features, and low property taxes, providing exceptional value for first time buyers in the Indianapolis real estate market.
“First-time homebuyers were definitely on our minds while planning Inglenook. We thoughtfully designed each cottage to include many features that are typically costly additional upgrades at other builders. This provides first time buyers with a tremendous value. Buyers are able to get more in their first home than they expected,” says Casey Land of Land Development and Building, the company that is building the cottages at Inglenook.
Upgraded features in each Carmel, IN new home at Inglenook include: maple wood flooring, built-ins, a 2-car garage, granite counters in the kitchen and bath, and flexible living spaces including lofts, mud rooms, and optional finished basements.
Inglenook is currently offering limited-time incentives for additional savings. Homebuyers who purchase on or before March 31, 2012 can select a finished basement for just $5,000, representing a $7,000 savings. The finished basement incentive adds between 891 and 990 square feet of flexible living space to the home that can be used for a home office, home theater, hobby room, play room, or many other uses.
“We wanted to provide an exciting option in the Indianapolis real estate market for homebuyers. Our pocket neighborhood and cottages are not only practical in the planning and pricing, but also beautiful and unique with built-ins, front porches and the feel of an old fashioned neighborhood with a modern twist,” says Land.
Inglenook’s value for first-time homebuyers goes beyond the price. All of the cottages were built for energy-efficiency: new energy efficient appliances, wood Anderson windows, 6 inch thick exterior walls, hard plank siding, lots of natural light and more. Another money saving feature that first-time homebuyers will appreciate are Clay Township taxes – the lowest property tax rate in Hamilton County and one of the lowest in Indiana.
For more information about the homes at Inglenook including photo gallery, video tour, and floor plan downloads, visit www.inglenookcarmel.com. You can also come to our open houses Wednesday through Sunday from 1 - 4 pm or schedule a showing by contacting Sam Hawkins at (317) 580-7854 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Inglenook in Carmel, IN is a pocket neighborhood of 27 cottage style homes designed by award-winning architect Ross Chapin.