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What $1.15 Million Buys Zionsville – Indianapolis Monthly

WHETHER whether you gravitate towards a traditional suburban neighborhood, or prefer the history found in an old house, the affluent and growing town of Zionsville has options. Great restaurants, top-rated schools, and upscale shopping only add to its appeal.

Filled with stately, well-maintained homes, the sought-after Thornhill development boasts a community swimming pool, clubhouse, tennis courts and fishing pond. At over 8,000 square feet, the Thornhill Brick Home has space to spare. In the eat-in kitchen, enjoy peaceful water views by day and dine beside a cozy fireplace by night. An office with rich floor-to-ceiling wood paneling could double as a cozy library, too. The back deck, screened porch, and huge walkout basement make entertaining easy.

1923 Dr Camargue, Thornhill
Bedrooms: 6 Bathrooms : 4 full, 2 half Square feet: 8,047 Year of construction: 1993
Winning supplement: Water views Ask for a price: $1.15 million; F.C. Tucker

The gracious Victorian in the heart of the village was brand new when President-elect Abraham Lincoln gave a “whistle blow” speech directly across the street in what is now Lincoln Park. At the time, the population of Zionsville was less than 400. Chances are good that the owners listened in from their wraparound porch. Over the many years since, the home has been updated with an open-concept floor plan, bathroom upgrades, the addition of a basement gym, and more. Charming hints of the house’s age remain, however, in features like the gingerbread topping.

20 S. 2nd Street, Crosses
Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms : 3.5 Square feet: 4,768 Year of construction: 1860
Winning supplement: Main bathroom fireplace Ask for a price: $1.15 million; Keller Williams

These homes were on the market at the time this article was written, but one or both may have been sold by the time this article reached you.