Tarkington Tower

Tarkington Tower is located in the heart of Indianapolis, just north of the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. Tarkington Tower was the cities first high-rise condo and remains a staple in the Indianapolis community. If you would like to schedule a showing for any of the homes below, please let me know and I would be happy …
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Plainfield

Plainfield, Indiana, has had steady growth for many years, and is a significant commercial center for Hendricks County. People looking for homes for sale in the Plainfield area are drawn by its close proximity to Indianapolis — only about a half hour away — and by its classic small midwestern town values. Plainfield had a …
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Westfield

CNN Money Magazine named the City of Westfield as one of the top 50 “Best Places to Live” in 2013 and was the only Indiana community included which focuses on “America’s Best Small Towns.” Overall, Westfield ranks fifth in the Midwest and 18th in the nation. Grand Park is a 400 acre campus for youth and adult …
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Noblesville

The mayor of Noblesville has referred to his city as Hipstoric which is “an initiative to connect and share all things that mesh modern with historic.” As a truly All-American community, just north of Indianapolis, Noblesville has been home to all walks of life for over 180 years. Among the award winning parks, Forest Park has over …
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Meridian Kessler

An intimately friendly area of business, homes, schools, and cultural areas. You will see neighbors walking and enjoying their friends. Locally owned businesses are usually an easy walk and well supported by the neighborhood. The homes have wonderful architecture and, although many have been updated, most have maintained the integrity of the design.

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Indianapolis

In 1976, the Indianapolis Mayor William Hudnut III dedicated himself to put Indianapolis on the map by creating an “IndiaSHOWplace,” encouraging economic development, business, construction, and ultimately creating the Amateur Sports Capital of the world which developed into Indianapolis hosting one of the most successful Super Bowl events in 2012. As the city continues to grow from …
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Fountain Square / Irvington

An eclectic area that is appealing to young professionals and artsy people alike. The restaurant and bar atmosphere is vibrant and growing. Historic Irvington and Ellenberger Park provide history and revitalized greenspace. The home styles are vast with an historical flair with new construction and renovation occurring daily. Easy commute to downtown.

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Fishers

In recent years, Fishers has been named one of the friendliest towns, safest cities in the nation, number one city for families, and most affordable suburb. In the last 50 years, Fishers has grown over 200% and continues to expand, creating friendly neighborhoods with a population of over 75,000, encouraging businesses to head to Fishers including Sun …
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Carmel

Carmel – Carmel ranked #1 Best Place to Live in American by CNN Money Magazine in 2012 for cities with a population between 50,000 and 300,000. In a mere 48 square miles, Carmel packs over 125 miles of bike trails and over 50 national corporate headquarters. Mayor Jim Brainard has led Carmel in tremendous growth and …
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Avon

Avon, Indiana is one of the Indianapolis area’s fastest growing communities. Residents of this city enjoy an outstanding school system, a wide range of businesses and services, and a blend of modern city opportunities and natural beauty. A family oriented city of approximately 35,000 residents, Avon is conveniently located 20 minutes west of downtown Indianapolis …
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Broad Ripple / SoBro

Quaint shops, restaurants, night life, parks, art galleries, and cafes enhance the ambiance of Broad Ripple. Entertain your pooch at the bark park at Broad Ripple Park. Indiana Fire Station #32 is the oldest station in use. As you walk through town, stop by to say hi! Broad Ripple has expanded south into the Meridian Kessler …
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