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Paul, Home Buyer in Indianapolis, IN

My wife and I would like to find a wheelchair accessible condo or home in either downtown Indy or north Indy

Asked by Paul, Indianapolis, IN Fri Aug 8, 2008

/ Carmel.

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Have you ever thought of the Southport area I have a wheelchair accessible condo right off I65. It is a 2 bedroom 2 bath condo and It even has extra wide doors just for wheelchairs. Please call me if you are interested 317-258-3651

Brad Osborne
Coldwell Banker
Web Reference: http://cbgreenwood.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Aug 31, 2008
We could certainly help you look for a home that meets your criteria. We are familiar with Contractors and Engineers that could modify a home you love to suit your needs. such services could be used to widen existing door ways and even remodel bath sink vanities for wheel chair access and rework laundry rooms to comply with ADA designs.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Aug 29, 2008
Epcon communities and alot of the CDI communities have great condos that are wheelchar accessible. I would look on their websites for the nearest communities.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Aug 11, 2008
Let me know if you're interested in talking to an agent who can help you find what you're looking for. I'd want to first understand a bit more about your needs, the price range you're looking for, size of home, timeframe for moving, etc. Give me a call anytime, or email me at Laura@talktotucker.com
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 9, 2008
The city is having the Condo Tours today Aug 9th. Also, I do know there is a condo downtown that is with single level full wheel chair access. Lots of upgrades, granite counters, marble/title baths, high ceilings throughout, oversized windows...Feel free to contact me. There are 2 in Pike Township, 1 Lebanon this might be too far north, 1 on the East side.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 9, 2008
We have a great listing that is wheelchair assessible in Indianapolis. It was active, now its not. Our Seller is waiting for the market to improve, but certainly will sell now and let you see it! Its a ranch in a sought after area he completely remodeled the entire house (his brother stays with him on occassion and he is in a wheelchair so he outfitted the entire house). Sharp kitchen (w/granite, stainless steel, etc) New baths...terrific large private yard. Let me know and I can send you more info...
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 9, 2008
To rent or to buy? I know of some new construction where the builder worked with the owner to make the home accessable. Same goes for renting. It just becomes a cost issue. I don't know of any existing wheelchair accessable homes. If your buying, I would check with builders first to see if that is an option with them.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 9, 2008
Thanks for your post.
While I am a mortgage loan officer vs. a real estate agent I have a great network or agents that I currently work with and will forward your information.

In the event that you are looking for some help or questions with financing feel free drop me a email at tgrego@getmyratequote.com or a call 317-714-8080

Kind regards,
Tony Grego - Your place for great rates
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Aug 9, 2008
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