Sandi Palombi, Home Buyer in 20854

We're considering moving from the Washington, D.C. area to Indianapolis. Are there any neighborhoods - in?

Asked by Sandi Palombi, 20854 Thu Feb 19, 2009

the city and outside - where you can walk to a restaurant or coffee shop? We've been looking at Zionsville.

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Aug 1, 2016
I know this is a long post but i wanted to share what i have known on this place .. it is a great place and good to stay in with family ..There are parts on this place that is a good looking ..Hope you did found one and you are now enjoying!
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Aug 1, 2016
I used to work and live in Indianapolis for several years. It is really a great city. The best places in Indianapolis that I know are Carmel, Fishers, and Zionsville.

I have moved to DC and plan to sell my house in Fishers. If you are interested, I can sell it to you at a great price (I am motivated since I have already moved to DC). The house was built in 2004; it has 4 bedrooms, 2 and 1/2 baths, 2627 square feet, 2 car grages. $145,000 (if you do not have an agent). 240-839-8565 for Leo.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri May 15, 2009
Zionsville is the right place to be looking, I think. I have friends who live there, whom I have visited several times. The town has good schools (the best in Indiana, my friends claim), an attractive walkable but small down-town, and the oldest Rolls Royce dealership in the country, I think. (Well, if you take your coffee at 7-11 instead of Starbucks, you could save up.) It is typically more densely housed than Potomac. Looking on Google Earth will give you a good impression of what there is.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Feb 25, 2009
Hi Sandi, I can find you a good agent in the Indianapolis area to answer your question if you like? let me know...I'm on

Good luck on your move!
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