LAND DEVELOPMENT AND BUILDING, LLC
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Land Development and Building is a privately held small business dedicated to creating well-designed and sustainably built homes and neighborhoods.

We are committed to quality, detail, and responsible stewardship of the environment. We utilize the latest construction techniques and sustainable materials to build a beautiful home for you and the world around you.

While every home is unique as its owner, some things are consistent with all of our projects: professional project management, attentive client services, adherence to strict budgets and timelines.

Services Provided
Custom Homes

Areas Served
Carmel, Castleton, Fishers, Indianapolis, Meridian Hills, Zionsville

Certifications and Awards
Featured in USA Today, Wall Street Journal, AARP, Builder's Magazine, Indianapolis Monthly, and other local media outlets.
Contact: Casey Land
Location: 564 West 77th Street South Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46260
Commented: Where can I purchase the light fixture? Hi Patricia! This light is from Ferguson Bath, Kitchen, & Lighting Company. It's a beautiful fixture and great addition to a room!
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Commented: what's the wall color? Hi @Juneannd the color of this wall in our Betty Sue cottage home is Silvermist by Sherwin Williams! Happy painting!
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Commented: What is the location of this beautiful place? Hi Tsolorzano! This cottage home is nestled in Inglenook of Carmel in Carmel, Indiana. All of the homes in this pocket neighborhood have been sold, but we have a new pocket neighborhood with similar...
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Commented: what are the floors - natural hickory? Hi Jabbmom! These floors are actually Maple. Let us know if you have any other questions! Thank you for your interest.
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Commented: Color Hi @hamelkj! The color of this wall is Sherwin Williams Architectural Grey. Thanks!
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Commented: Paint Color Hi Rita Gronebery! The siding on our Inglenook cottage homes is HardiePlank. The paint color on the Madrona is from the Benjamin Moore Historic Williamsburg collection.
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