What You Need to Know Before Purchasing a Historic Home
It's easy to fall in love with a historic home or with a home in a historic district. However, these charmers come with certain restrictions and expenses that you will want to think about before signing on the dotted line.
You might run into ...
Posted by Paula Henry on December 28, 2014 in Buyer Resources
Historic Single Level Homes in Indianapolis
The great, wise Winston Churchill once said; "We shape our buildings; thereafter, our buildings shape us." The notion of choosing a historic home, which can shape us with it's history and character can be a very alluring.
However, 'historic home' ...
Posted by Paula Henry on January 30, 2014 in Lifestyle Communities
510 N Campbell | Irvington Home for Sale
Stunning,elegant meticulously updated and scrupulously maintained bungalow in the heart of Historic Irvington is ready for you.
Expansive windows bring light and warmth into this vintage Irvington home. Gleaming hardwoods, gorgeous hearth ...
Posted by Paula Henry on March 9, 2013 in Homes for Sale | Listings
Lockerbie Square Victorian Home
Although it's been almost four years since I took these pictures, this home is still as beautiful today and one of my favorites.
Tonight I am meeting some friends for dinner at Amici’s in the Lockerbie Square area of downtown. While ...
Posted by Paula Henry on April 21, 2011 in Community News
Danville Indiana Historic Homes
Danville Indiana is the county seat for Hendricks County. Driving through the city you can envision the life of the original owners of the historic homes built here. Just imagine them riding their horse and carriage through streets to gather at the ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 25, 2011 in Community News
Indianapolis Historical Homes and Landmarks
I can imagine this late 19th – 20th century Revival home was an icon of wealth and prosperity in the early 1900’s.
Originally designed and built for Henry F Campbell in 1916, the home was not completed until 1928, after World War I. Mr ...
Posted by Paula Henry on July 1, 2008 in Community News