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 town” in Indianapolis with its own government since 1970.
The town and its surrounding area, including Williams Creek Estates, is also considered one of the premier residential areas in the state with stunning green areas, beautiful homes and a tight-knit sense of community.
The intimate area is just north of Meridian Hills. The tree lined streets are embraced by local walkers, joggers, strollers, and neighborhood dogs enjoying the charming oasis. You will be drawn in by the established homes of various sizes – ranches to mansions on the same street. Although there are a few new construction homes, they are built to maintain the integrity of the beautiful architecture of the late 70’s.
Here are some of the many reasons we think you should consider Williams Creek for your next home:
The Dining Is Delicious
If you’re a foodie (or you just love good food), you won’t be disappointed with the selection of restaurants you can enjoy around Williams Creek. Head over to Hollyhock Hill which is a down-home cooking restaurant that’ll hit the spot. Or, head over to Sahm’s Ale House for some craft beer. Williams Creek is a unique location because it’s nearby 86th and College which features others great (but sometimes not great for your waistline) places to eat.
If you enjoy a decent beer now and then, you aren’t far from Daredevil Hall at Ironworks Hotel Indy where culture and community are expressed through an array of incredible dishes and craft brews. Check out the Pommes Frites or order the chops and fries, and pair up with one of the specialty ales or lagers, or a locally made wine.
If exotic fare is more your style, you can head over to the Thai Station Restaurant for some basil fried rice or lemongrass soup. If romance is on your mind, the Sangiovese Ristorante is fine dining at its best, with a delectable menu of Italian dishes you can enjoy while listening to jazz piano music while sitting by the fire or out on the waterfront patio. Or, check out VERDE, Mexican Restaurant in nearby Carmel for authentic dishes drawn from family recipes that were passed down for generations.
The array of nearby school options is vast. The public school Washington Township provides top tier education in a diverse environment. Several parochial and private schools are nearby and provide a long history of education to the area and beyond. Here’s a list of some schools nearby.
- Park Tudor
- St. Luke Catholic School
- The Orchard School
- Hasten Hebrew Academy
- Colonial Christian School
- Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired
There’s No Reason to Wait
Williams Creek offers a secluded family retreat that feels miles away from the hustle and bustle of the city — while still being within reach of all of the convenience and excitement that urban life has to offer. If you’re looking for Williams Creek homes for sale, we’d love to show you what’s available in the area. We don’t think you’ll regret taking a look!
Williams Creek Homes for Sale
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Frequently Asked Questions
Where is Williams Creek located?
Answer: Williams Creek is located between N. Meridian Street and N. College Avenue, just south of 86th Street.
What are the nearby schools of Williams Creek?
Answer: Park Tudor, St. Luke Catholic School, The Orchard School, Hasten Hebrew Academy, Colonial Christian School, Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired, and Washington Township Public Schools.
Why should I choose Williams Creek?
Answer: Williams Creek is a very sought after area and offers a variety of homes including ranches, 2 story homes, and large estates. Most of the homes are 50-70 years old, although some homes are new construction.