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Discover the lifestyles, neighborhoods and homes for sale in Indianapolis. We invite you to learn more about living in Indianapolis! From downtown to the suburbs, you'll find the perfect place to call home in one of these Central Indiana communities.
Downtown Homes and Condos in Indianapolis
Indianapolis was voted as one of America's Best Downtowns. The city of Indianapolis offers a wonderful contemporary urban lifestyle of a downtown condo or loft, alongside some of the most beautifully restored historic homes in Downtown Indianapolis. Neighborhoods like Lockerbie Square and Chatham Arch border the wonderful Mass Ave District in Downtown; a popular area, noted for its walkable lifestyle. Other walkable neighborhoods just north of downtown include Broad Ripple and Butler Tarkington.
Indianapolis Waterfront Homes
Is lakefront or on the water more your style? Whether you enjoy boating, sailing, fishing or just looking out over the water from your deck, you'll find numerous lakefront or waterfront homes in Indianapolis and the neighborhing cities of Fishers, Noblesville, McCordsville or Lawrence.
Homes in Geist, Eagle Creek or Indian Lake will certainly fill the need to be by the water. A little farther north in Hamilton County, is Morse Reservoir in Noblesville.
Indianapolis Golf Course Homes and Living
Most people are surprised to discover Indianapolis offers numerous homes on golf courses and golf course communities, with over 60 public courses and about 25 private courses.
If hitting the tees is your favorite morning or weekend activity, you'll find a good selection of golf course homes and condos to choose from throughout the Indianapolis Metro area, from Greenwood to Carmel.
Indianapolis Real Estate in the Suburbs
Metro Indianapolis offers buyers a diverse choice of lifestyles. The suburbs of Indianapolis include many fantastic communties for first time home buyers to move up buyers and some of the finest luxury homes on wooded lots. Looking to downsize? There are many maintenance free home communities in the Indianapolis area, including Britton Falls, the exclusive 55+ Del Webb neighborhood in Fishers, Indiana.
You'll also find a great selection of neighborhoods and homes along on our fanatstic greenway and trail system. The Monon Trail is our most notable greenway, with over 16 miles of trails, starting in Indianapolis, just north of downtown, running north through Carmel and ending in Westfield. Most every suburban city has a wonderful selection of community parks.
In fact, the hardest choice might be in which great community to buy your Indianapolis home!
Whether you're seeking the fast pace of the big city or the quiet solitude of a Midwestern Town, Metropolitan Indianapolis has exactly what you are looking for. Indianapolis is a wonderful city and Indianapolis real estate is considered to be the most affordable in the nation.
The cities and towns of Central Indiana have been nominated for many national awards.
- Indianapolis and Fishers for the best place to retire by US News
- Noblesville as the Cheapest Place to Retire by Sperlings Best
- Noblesville was also nominated as an All American City
- Indianapolis-Carmel as Best Cities to Relocate to by Sperlings
- Brownsburg, Fishers and Carmel have all been recognized as the best place to live in America by CNN Money
- Hamilton County was voted as one of the best places to raise a family by Forbes.
- Zionsville and Fishers have both been named as most affordable Suburbs in America by Newsweek
- Westfield and Noblesville in Hamilton County, as well as Brownsburg and Plainfield in Hendricks County - 2011 Best Places to Live by CNN - Americas Small Towns
We have to admit , we love it here! And you will, too! Our Indianapolis Realtors look forward to showing you the homes, neighborhoods, cities, towns and communities that make up the greatest city in the Midwest.
We'll help you find an Indianapolis home and neighborhood that's just right for you. Contact us to begin searching for your next home, schedule a showing or find out more about the Indianapolis real estate market.
Steeped in a rich rural history, Traders Point includes established neighborhoods surrounded by wooded areas, creeks and streams, and newer communities such as West 86th and The Preserve at Eagle Creek. This upscale area hosts homes with an average price in the mid $300,000's, as well as some modestly priced neighborhoods and condos. Traders Point offers serene living within reach of shopping, dining and city amenities.. Learn More
This area of natural beauty, located on the far west side of Indianapolis, surrounds Eagle Creek Park and Reservoir. Homes on wooded lots and waterfront views offer privacy and a peaceful retreat at day's end The park and reservoir at Eagle Creek provide an abundance of outdoor activities including hiking, fishing, sailing and walking trails for nature enthusiasts. Learn More
The 15 historic districts in Indianapolis represent some of the finest revitalized neighborhoods in the country. From beautifully restored Victorian homes in Lockerbie Square to small bungalows in Ransom Place or a charming Tudor in Butler-Tarkington, each area provides a vibrant sense of community with ready access to cultural activities, sporting events, shopping areas, dining and green spaces. Learn More
Located on Indy's west side, Speedway maintains its own town council, school system, police and fire departments. Incorporated in 1926, the town is home to the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as well as beautifully established neighborhoods of large Foursquare homes, bungalows, Tudor- and Craftsman-style houses, and brick ranches. Main Street features local shops, businesses and restaurants. Learn More
Northeast of Indianapolis and south of Geist Reservoir, Lawrence is a bustling, growing community and is home to the beautiful Fort Benjamin Harris State Park. Located in Marion County, the city maintains its own government and school system. From smaller neighborhoods in established communities to newer subdivisions and homes on Indian Lake, Lawrence offers a variety of living options. Learn More
Washington Township, one of the most popular areas of Indianapolis, includes many beautiful neighborhoods and communities, including Kessler-Meridian, Forest Hills, Wynnedale, Arden, Butler-Tarkington and Broad Ripple. For urbanites who love older homes in established neighborhoods, and want to remain close to the city, the perfect fit can be found in North Indianapolis. Learn More
Broad Ripple is one of six cultural districts in Indianapolis, well known for its eclectic mix of shopping boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and nightlife in the Village. Broad Ripple showcases a neighborhood of classic bungalow-style homes, each as unique as the area. Residents here enjoy the open greenways surrounding the Monon Trail and the laid-back, friendly atmosphere. Learn More
Unique topography and the Geist Reservoir define this area northeast of the city. Extending from just north and east of the reservoir around to the south and west, the neighborhoods in Geist feature custom and waterfront homes, as well as homes on wooded lots. The natural beauty of this area, combined with the exquisitely breathtaking waterfront views, provide a welcome respite from the hustle of daily living. Learn More