Indianapolis Area Home Guide

Little Flower Neighborhood Homes for Sale

Most of the homes in Little Flower, built in the 1930s and 1940s, are bungalows in Arts and Crafts, California and Tudor Revival styles, featuring two or three bedrooms and large front porches ideal for enjoying evenings reading or chatting with neighbors. Mature trees create a picturesque backdrop for this charming neighborhood. In 1953, Father Thomas Scecina Memorial High School, one of the top private schools in Indianapolis, was added to the area.

The Little Flower neighborhood, located on the east side of Indianapolis, is bounded by 16th Street to the north, Emerson Avenue to the east, 10th Street to the south and Sherman Drive to the west.   Read More...

10 Properties proudly displays the most up to date list of historic homes for sale in Indianapolis and the surrounding communities. Our real estate data is uploaded directly from the Indianapolis MLS used by Realtors, so you have the most accurate information about Indianapolis real estate.     Read More...

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