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Fall Creek Place contains a unique blend of residential architecture. Victorian homes from the late 19th century are the most prevalent style of homes in Fall Creek Place. Other styles include Queen Anne, Colonial Revival and Arts and Crafts. Many new homes have been built in period design, to keep continuity with the historic feel of the neighborhood. Homes in Fall Creek Place have sold for as low as $94,000 and as high as nearly $400,000, a price range unlikely to be found in any other neighborhood in the Midwest. The unique view of bright and colorful cottages and custom homes sprinkle the narrow tree-lined streets with life.
The Fall Creek Place neighborhood stretches from 22nd Street on the South to Fall Creek on the north, just east of College Avenue on the east to the properties on the west side of Pennsylvania Street. This neighborhood is a combination of entities, including Fall Creek Place HOA homes (renovated and new construction), the Fall Creek Proper neighborhood, 30 duplexes known as Unity Park and many additional residential and business properties. Located just two short miles north of downtown Indianapolis, Fall Creek Place offers residents a unique living experience.
History of Fall Creek Place can be traced back to the early 1800’s. The area played an important role at the time Indianapolis was founded as the state capital in 1821. This area’s close proximity to the heart of downtown made it a hotspot for early developers, residents and travelers making their way through the state. Like most of the country the 1950’s through the 1980’s saw the deterioration of this now urban locale. However, the 1990’s breathed new life into Fall Creek Place and brought forth major revitalization efforts which led to an acceleration of growth in and around the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area. During the start of the new millennium, Fall Creek Place began winning numerous awards for redevelopment planning, growth and excellence. Fall Creek Place has also been featured in eight national magazines. With time, planning, funding, caring residents and hard work, this award-winning neighborhood now stands as a beacon of light in what was once diminishing area.
Fall Creek Place today is a close-knit community of families and neighbors who enjoy the diverse surroundings that downtown has to offer. The neighborhood is served by Indianapolis Public Schools as well as numerous private and parochial schools, including the Oaks Academy, located in the neighborhood, and nationally ranked Herron High School, located a few blocks south. Herron High was named by Newsweek as the 26th best high school in the nation.
Fall Creek Place hosts many social events for residents, like block parties and kids events, throughout the year and rallies the help of caring neighbors to keep the area looking so beautiful. With one of the most complete investments of public gardens in the city, these green spaces are coveted and well-maintained. Gateway monuments, public parks, unique foliage landscaping and decorative brick paving make an afternoon stroll a welcome sight.
Coming home to Fall Creek Place is a warm and welcoming feeling. Amid colorful homes and the sounds of the city, this uniquely different neighborhood truly makes Indy proud.
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