Indianapolis Homes For Sale
Thank you for visiting our site today to view homes for sale in Indianapolis! Here you will discover all of the Indianapolis houses currently for sale on the BLC, along with property information, Google street views, and so much more. We work hard to provide you with everything you will need not only to find the perfect home, but also to make an informed decision on areas and neighborhoods, based on schools and other amenities.
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Do You Need A Realtor To Purchase An Indianapolis Home?
Have you ever thought that perhaps you don't need the services of a Realtor? Today, most Buyers are now relying on the Internet to begin their home search, and some do not necessarily engage a local real estate agent until they have made their selection and are ready to draft a contract. Many home Buyers think that perhaps they can save money by working with the Seller's REALTOR and not need the services of an agent of their own.
We can say unequivocally that this is NOT a good way to shop for what may be the most expensive asset you will own! Our real estate brokers are intimately familiar with the areas in which they work, and can be a great resource when it comes to what the market is doing, as well as the quality of the neighborhood and its schools. Secondly, it is imperative that have your own representation in a transaction. You wouldn't ask a prosecutor to represent you as a defendant in a legal trial, would you? Writing the purchase agreement is the easy part, but what happens if there are concerns about the inspection report that require more rigorous negotiations, or if there are issues with your home loan that require an extension of the closing date? There are many moving components in a real estate deal, and having someone who represents only your concerns is a must.
Our agents put their clients' needs and interests first, and can be that "champion" you need when difficulties arise...and they almost always arise at some point in a real estate transaction! Contact us today and let us get connect you to one of our Cascade Team Realtors.
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Learn More About Indianapolis' Downtown Neighborhoods
Downtown Indianapolis living offers a mix of residential options: charming, historic neighborhoods with brick-paved streets and classic architecture, as well as luxury condominiums, urban lofts and modern apartments.
16 Tech: 16 Tech is Downtown's technology district and a long-anticipated addition to the landscape of the Riverside Neighborhood. It is designed to meet the specific needs of those in life sciences and information technology sectors. Stadium Lofts, located within the original confines of the old Bush Stadium, offers a one-of-a-kind living opportunity. By saving the original structure of the baseball stadium, this Indianapolis landmark lives on as new apartments. Residents enjoy access to pedestrian paths and trails with convenient access to shopping, restaurants, and all that Downtown has to offer.
Bates-Henricks: This up-and-coming neighborhood is just a brief bike ride or walk from great restaurants and attractions in Downtown Indianapolis. Bates-Hendricks is known for its active neighborhood association, turn-of-the-century homes, and unique buildings.
Mass Ave and Chatham Arch: This artsy, active neighborhood surrounds the Mass Ave Cultural District with its thriving retail, restaurants, art galleries, and theaters – there is never a dull moment! Green spaces soften Mass Ave's urban setting, linking the commercial areas with the surrounding residential neighborhoods. Chatham Arch has a variety of housing options, accented by brick alleys and tree-lined streets. Chatham Arch features original architecture, and its residents are treated to a variety of boutiques and jogging trails, including the Indianapolis Cultural Trail.
Canal & White River State Park: With White River State Park in your backyard, residents here have access to a variety of attractions, including the Eiteljorg Museum, IMAX Theater, and Victory Field. The 1.5-mile historic Canal Walk serves as a beautiful backdrop and convenient fitness trail.
Cole Noble Commercial Arts District: Located on Downtown Indy's east side, Cole Noble was named after Joseph Cole who established the Cole Carriage Company in1905 to produce horse-drawn carriages. The neighborhood is home to many small businesses, condominiums, apartments, and landmarks. Easley Winery, Sun King Brewery, Harrison College, and the headquarters of the Nature Conservancy are located here. The "Green Gateway" to Indianapolis running through Cole Noble is known for its cleanliness and green practices.
Cottage Home: Cottage Home is a historic and diverse neighborhood on Downtown's eastside. The Cottage Home Neighborhood Association remains one of the city's most active neighborhood groups. This close-knit community of 150 homes regularly gets together for block parties and neighborhood clean-ups and has one of the largest community gardens in the city. Quaint and quirky cottages are adorned with gingerbread trim porches, spindles and fish scale shingles.
Fall Creek Place: After its renovation in the early 2000s, Fall Creek Place residents, many of which are families, now reap the benefits of living in this revitalized area. Fall Creek Place is a community featuring many restored historic houses on tree-lined streets, parks, and other great amenities. Residents enjoy the urban lifestyle while living minutes away from Downtown’s entertainment, shopping, and dining. This neighborhood brings history and home right to the heart of Indianapolis.
Fletcher Place and Holy Rosary-Danish Church: Fletcher Place and the Holy Rosary-Danish Church neighborhoods are located on Downtown's near south side. Both are growing communities that have been able to stay true to their historical past. Residents have regular neighborhood meetings and numerous social events, including the Italian Street Festival. Many Holy Rosary residents are descendants of Italian families that have lived in the neighborhood for generations. Friends gather at the local Edna Balz Lacy Park for picnics, bocce ball and sand volleyball. Virginia Avenue links these neighborhoods to Mile Square and Fountain Square, home to an eclectic art and live music scene.
Fountain Square: This vibrant, ethnically and socially diverse neighborhood includes enticing eateries, quirky shops, impressive architecture, and distinctive entertainment – all of which make Fountain Square a great place to call home. Comparable to a European village with its town square and central fountain, Fountain Square is also known for its visual, literary, and performances. It is also the home of HGTV’s “Good Bones,” which showcases the mother-daughter duo of Karen Laine and Mina Starsiak as they turn rundown Fountain Square homes into stunning remodels. It’s a great place to live, work, play, and visit – Fountain Square is anything but square!
Garfield Park: Garfield Park is the oldest park in Indianapolis, located just southeast of Downtown. It is a close-knit, family-friendly neighborhood that uses resident involvement as a catalyst to keep Garfield Park beautiful and safe. The Garfield Park Arts Center is a community jewel – a place where residents can enjoy exhibits, events such as “Family Craft Night,” and the MacAllister Amphitheatre, which hosts concerts, movies, and live theatre.
Hawthorne: Hawthorne is a quaint residential area tucked into the west side of the Canal, just minutes away from all of the activity of Downtown. It is perfect for those wanting more living space while still staying close to the heart of the city.
Herron-Morton Place: Herron-Morton Place is a thriving neighborhood on the Downtown’s north side. It is one of Indianapolis's most elegant and historically rich communities. Herron-Morton Place has a unique and diverse blend of historic and modern architecture. Herron High School is located here, and is ranked nationally for its liberal arts programs, attracting students from throughout the state. Spend some downtime at beautiful Herron-Morton Park, catch a Broadway show at Footlite Musicals, or attend neighborhood events such as Rock 'N Romp and Oktoberfest.
Holy Cross: Tucked away on Downtown's eastern border, Holy Cross has the feel of a suburb with its beautiful, unobstructed views of the Indianapolis skyline. Neighbors get together frequently, gathering to share food, conversation, and games of cornhole, poker, and horseshoes. This diverse neighborhood has single and multi-family homes available in a variety of price ranges.
Indiana Avenue and Ransom Place: The Indiana Avenue Cultural District stretches from the Canal to the White River, and showcases Indianapolis' rich African-American heritage. Ransom Place was the first African-American neighborhood in Indiana to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is home to IUPUI, Indianapolis' Life Sciences Initiative, and a collection of major medical campuses. These are diverse neighborhoods housing both long-term residents to medical and law students. Residents relish the nearby Cultural Trail, Canal, and lots of dining and shopping choices.
Irish Hill: Irish Hill was developed in the 1850s, just north of Fountain Square. It is still considered to be one of the Midwest's major Irish-American communities. Its residents have always been hard-working, politically-active, and many hold strong religious beliefs. The area was once known for being one of the toughest neighborhoods in town, but today is a thriving part of Downtown Indianapolis.
Kennedy-King: The Kennedy-King neighborhood holds a special place in the hearts of Indianapolis residents. Born out of tragedy, the name “Kennedy-King” pays tribute to the powerful speech given by Robert F. Kennedy in the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King’s assassination in 1968. In that speech, Kennedy inspired a city to continue in its fight for peace, love, and equality – all values that the Kennedy-King neighborhood still holds dear. The neighbor-hood features one of the fastest growing urban populations in Indianapolis, and is conveniently located just north of I-65.
Lockerbie Square: Lockerbie Square was Indianapolis’ first entry into the National Register of Historic Places. It is a vibrant neighborhood with renovated homes of all types, from cozy cottages to elegant mansions which line leafy streets of cobblestone and brick. Lockerbie Square is perfect for anyone looking for a peaceful place to live that is still close to the center of Downtown.
Market East: Market East is Downtown's newest residential district. It features both historical attractions and modern living options, all with easy access to Downtown. Residents enjoy the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Indianapolis City Market, and The Hall, and is in close proximity to Mass Ave, Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Georgia Street, and Circle Centre Mall.
North Meridian: The North Meridian neighborhood offers diverse living options. It is anchored by the Indiana War Memorials, featuring a five-blocks plaza of striking monuments and majestic green space. In addition, The Indianapolis Central Public Library, Indianapolis Cultural Trail, and Scottish Cathedral are right outside your door.
Old Northside: The Old Northside incorporates classic charm with an urban edge to make it one of Downtown's most sought-after addresses. Residents have included leaders of Indianapolis' social, commercial, and political life, including former U.S. President Benjamin Harrison. This historic neighborhood also includes the Morris-Butler House Museum, which hosts numerous cultural events throughout the year. Today, the Old Northside is thriving, with quaint homes and elegant mansions lining its beautiful, tree-lined streets.
Old Southside: The Old Southside offers its residents plenty of green space without losing the urban feel of major city. This neighborhood is located just a short walk from the Indianapolis Cultural Trail and Lucas Oil Stadium. A variety of housing options are available in the Old Southside, from cottages to luxurious Queen Anne-style homes.
Riverside: Riverside's many amenities, from golf courses to greenways to its rolling 80-acre park, makes this neighborhood a destination for recreation. While primarily residential, its southern section is a mixture of commercial/industrial properties, including 16 Tech. Riverside is rich in history. The neighborhood contains Riverside Golf Course, the city's oldest golf course. It was also the home of Indianapolis' first zoo and the Riverside Amusement Park.
St. Joseph: This funky Downtown neighborhood is an easy walk to Monument Circle and Mass Ave, where residents can find plenty of fun. St. Joseph neighbors have a strong sense of community, often gathering in local coffee shops, restaurants, and bars. The area boasts a diversity of housing, including converted warehouses, Civil War-era cottages, a commercial building built in the early 1860s, and a significant collection of row house buildings. Newly-constructed condominiums and recently-renovated apartments are also options.
Stringtown: Stringtown is just across the White River from Downtown. It is a vibrant urban neighbor with breathtaking riverfront views of Indianapolis. Stringtown’s proximity to Downtown allows for a quick commute and gives its residents easy accent to many of Indianapolis’ events and activities. Along with the other neighborhoods in the Near West Neighborhood district, Stringtown has been selected by “Great Places 2020” as an influential neighborhood which will see a large increase in cultural, commerce and community development in the upcoming years.
Wholesale District: Entertainment is front and center in the Wholesale District. Amid Downtown Indianapolis' historic buildings and modern skyscrapers, you will find trendy lofts, condominiums, and apartments. The Wholesale District is home to the Hilbert Circle Theatre, Lucas Oil Stadium, and Banker’s Life Fieldhouse.
Windsor Park: Windsor Park is located just south of Downtown Indianapolis. It is a historic neighborhood, featuring the Spades Park library (a Carnegie Library), a commercial development sector, and a wide variety of residential options. With its southwest border adjacent to Mass Ave, residents are only a stone’s throw away from the Monon Trail, the Cultural Trail, and Pogue’s Run Trail.
Woodruff Place: Located just one mile east of Downtown, Woodruff Place is known for its charming, Victorian-era homes. This historic neighborhood has a distinctive park-like atmosphere which is perfect for those who enjoy walking or biking.
Clearly, whatever you are looking for, you can find it in one of Downtown Indianapolis' neighborhoods