Bridgewater Club

Is Bridgewater Club the Right Place for You? Combine stunning architecture, an active social calendar, a thriving community of all ages and acres of beautiful land to explore, and you get the Bridgewater Club in Carmel, Indiana. Built largely on 27 holes of golf and a five-mile walking trail, Bridgewater Club is a “golf car” …
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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 …
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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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Houses with Pools

A backyard pool can bring so much enjoyment to your home and if you are starting your home search, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve put together a list of homes that have pools – above ground, in-ground, or indoor pools. The homes that are listed below are from all around Central Indiana – …
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Jackson’s Grant

Jackson’s Grant is a relatively new community that has deep roots in the historical past. It derives its name from an 1834 land grant to a local family by President Andrew Jackson himself — but it wasn’t developed with residential housing until recently. Homes in Jackson’s Grant on Williams Creek in Carmel, Indiana Comprised of …
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Meridian Hills

Why Living in Meridian Hills Is Awesome You can find Meridian Hills just a few miles north of downtown Indy. This affluent residential development project started way back in the 1920s but didn’t incorporate until 1937 — and it has been thriving ever since. The local government strictly enforces residential and development standards, making certain …
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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. Meridian Kessler …
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Pet Friendly Areas

Do you hate the look in your dog’s eyes when you head out the door on the weekend? Do you dread having to leave your dog behind when you travel? Well, Indy is a pretty dog-friendly city, so there are plenty of places you can visit with your best buddy in tow. Below is a …
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Tarkington Tower

About Tarkington Tower Should Tarkington Tower Be Your Next Home? Located in the heart of Indianapolis, just north of the Indianapolis Children’s Museum, Tarkington Tower was the city’s first high-rise condo. To this day, the condos in Tarkington Tower remain part of the heart and soul of the Indianapolis community. What’s Special About Tarkington Tower, …
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Village of WestClay

Living in the Village of WestClay The Village of WestClay is a lively neighborhood community inside Hamilton County with historically inspired buildings, charming specialty shops and plenty of open green spaces. Like something out of a Thomas Kinkade or Norman Rockwell painting, the village is middle- America at it’s finest: quaint, picturesque and friendly — …
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Williams Creek

Why Life in Williams Creek, Indiana, Is Worth Talking About Just a few miles north of downtown Indy in Marion County, there’s a lovely planned community known as Williams Creek. The town of Williams Creek has been called home by affluent families since it first began, way back in 1925 and has been an “included …
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