Zionsville, IN 46077
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The Plumrose at Inglenook’s Pocket Neighborhoods is a three-bedroom Cottage-style Home that possesses a feeling of spaciousness driven by beautiful vaulted ceilings, numerous big windows, and smart, flexible design. This Plumrose overlooks community greens & private gardens in Inglenook of Zionsville. The room-sized covered front porch greets friends & passersby. Numerous oversized windows, thoughtful design, & cozy built-ins adorn the home. Open living, dining & kitchen lend way to family dinners & entertaining. Master retreat spills out into a private patio. Upstairs, 2 generous bedrooms each with vaulted ceilings & walk-in closets share a full bath. Complete with a finished basement with egress windows & 9-ft ceilings. 2.5-car garage. Customization options make every Inglenook home unique. Bringing the home’s utility outdoors, the front porch serves as an extension of the main living space. The front porch provides a private yet public space to enjoy the community greens and neighbors. Welcome home! Note: The construction team is working on landscaping. Move-in ready in May 2019.
Vaulted glory meets flexibility.
Inglenook of Zionsville
Inglenook’s Zionsville community is a quiet Pocket Neighborhood tucked away on 17 acres of woodlands just minutes from Zionsville Village. Designed by award-winning architect Ross Chapin, Inglenook of Zionsville is a mix of two, three- and four-bedroom Cottage-style Home designs. The pockets of Cottage Homes will be built on 9 of the 17 acres. The remaining acreage to the south is currently planned to remain woodlands. Community is at the heart of this one-of-a-kind neighborhood. Whether it’s walking your dog along the community greens or simply sipping tea on the front porch, you’ll quickly find that these small daily interactions with your neighbors bring you closer together and build lasting relationships. After all, building a neighborhood is more than just constructing houses and streets; it’s about creating a community of homes and people.Visit the website Free brochure
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