172 Briarwood Court | Brownsburg Indiana Home for Sale
Great home just minutes from downtown Brownsburg. Located in Willow Springs neighborhood on a cul-de-sac street and a five minute walk to Williams Park.
Large open floorplan features a spacious family room with stone fireplace, a formal living room ...
Posted by Paula Henry on January 22, 2013 in Homes for Sale | Listings
Fourth of July Fireworks and Activities in Indianapolis - 2011
July 4th Fireworks, Parades and Festivities
Avon Indiana - Enjoy scrumptuous ribs and food at the Annual Hendricks County RibFest. Food, fun, games, rib contest and fireworks at Washington Township Community Park. Festivities begin at 5:00 ...
Posted by Paula Henry on June 28, 2011 in Indianapolis Things to Do
Exploring the Parks in Brownsburg
As the winter months creep on, it’s nice to plan ahead for spring activities. For residents in the city of Brownsburg, the community’s parks and recreation department offers a variety of programs through the Brownsburg Community Center ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 23, 2011 in Parks and Recreation
Brownsburg Real Estate Report - December 2009
Brownsburg Indiana Home Sales
Home Sales in Brownsburg for December 2009 were fairly equal to the number of homes sold in Brownsburg in November, however, the price point was a bit higher.
Last month there were 41 sales for an average of $163,012, ...
Posted by Paula Henry on January 23, 2010 in Market Statistics
Living in Brownsburg – A New School
Bulldogs are ugly dogs! Those were the words my ten year old belted out near the end of her 4th grade year. This was her response to the news that next year she would attend a new school as we were moving to Brownsburg over the summer. I assured her ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 20, 2009 in Community News
Brownsburg Named Best Place to Live
Brownsburg, Indiana gained national attention when CNN Money named it the 33rd best place to live in the country.
Although traffic was named as a a detractor, the advantages of living in Brownsburg far outweigh the negative impact traffic has been ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 9, 2009 in Community News
Brownsburg Indiana Real Estate Market Report - December 2008
For the month of December, there were 40 homes sold and closed in Brownsburg compared to 35 homes sold in November. Of the 40 homes sold in December, 8 were homes which were distressed sales; 7 were bank owned and ...
Posted by Paula Henry on January 26, 2009 in Market Statistics
Brownsburg Home in Branches
Short sale opportunity on this beautiful home in Branches in Brownsburg. Over 4500 square foot of comfortable living. Priced at only $189,900 and featuring 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths is just one reason to love this home.
Upgrades include maple cabinets ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 25, 2008 in Homes for Sale | Listings
Brownsburg Real Estate Market Update - August 2008
For the month of August, there were 58 homes sold and closed in Brownsburg, which is down by two homes from June.
The highest price home was $725,000.
The lowest priced home sold was $62,100.
The average Brownsburg home sold was ...
Posted by Paula Henry on September 16, 2008 in Market Statistics
Brownsburg Real Estate Report - July 2008
For the month of July, there were 56 homes sold and closed in Brownsburg, which is up by six homes over June.
The highest price home was $309,000.
The lowest priced home sold was $59,342.
The average Brownsburg home sold was a three ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 20, 2008 in Market Statistics
Halloween Fun and Hayride in Brownsburg
The Haunts of Hidden River have greased the wagon wheels in preparation of the annual Haunted Hayrides.
The event is hosted at Arbuckle Acres Park in Brownsburg.
For the faint of heart and little ones, the Hardly Haunted Hayride runs from ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 11, 2007 in Community News
Ready, Set, Race!
Just mention the word Indianapolis and it conjures images of auto racing. We now have to add Brownsburg Indiana to the list of major racing cities.
In the April 2007 issue of National DRAGSTER The Indianapolis suberb of Brownsburg was dubbed the New ...
Posted by Paula Henry on August 29, 2007 in Community News