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East Indy – Warren Township, Greenfield

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Why search homes for sale in Warren Township?

  • Warren Township:  Indianapolis has 9 townships and Warren Township is the township on the east side of Indianapolis.  Warren Central is the high school in the area.
  • Robb Smith at Your Realty Link – The Giles Team and Clark Giles also with us BOTH live in Warren Township and can help you with your eastside needs!

 

Why search homes for sale in Cumberland?

  • Cumberland is a town located in Hancock and Marion Counties.  Population was just a little over 5,000 in 2010.  Cumberland IN lies just east of Indianapolis while driving on US 40 or E. Washington Street.  The main zip code for Cumberland IN is 46229.

 

 

Why search homes for sale in Greenfield?

Greenfield is in Hancock County and can easily be accessed from I-70E or due east on E. Washington Street (40E) from Indianapolis.  Greenfield is the home of James Whitcomb Riley.  Greeenfield has been the county seat of Hancock County since 1828 and still has the charm of Main Street and a town right out of the past.  July 4th always has a old fashioned parade right through the middle of town.  The town has several homes and sites that are historical including the James Whitcomb Riley Home and the Philadelphia Methodist Church built in 1853.

Greenfield has a population of just over 2000 and the median household income is $42,035.

Greenfield Police Department 317.477-4400

Fire Department other than emergency 911 is 317-477-4430

Greenfield Power and Light – 317 477-4370

Greenfield Water Utility 317-477-4350

Cable – Insight Cable 1-800-439-9006

Find MORE info on the city of Greenfield website

Why search homes for sale in Irvington?

Fletcher Place
Fletcher Place is located onthe eastside of East Street, south of Louisiana Street, west of I-65/I-70 and north of I-70. Fletcher Place is historically significant because its residents made many contributions to the early development of architecture, religion, commerce, education, and social life in the city of Indianapolis. The structures that they built are evidence of this contribution. Fletcher Place derives its name from Calvin Fletcher, Sr. whose farm originally encompassed most of the land in the area.

Irvington is the largest locally protected historic district in Indianapolis.  Irvington was once the home of Butler University and was one of the first planned suburbs of Indianapolis.  There is a very strong Irvington Development Organization and often times even though its homeowners must be aware and take direction from the historical committee, matching funds for improvements are very available.

Irvington has some beautiful homes and charming restaurants and even brick streets.  In the summer there are a couple of local neighborhood ‘entertainment’ parks where bands play music just for the local folk in the area.  East Washington Street has tons of restaurants and shops to brouse – especially if you love antiques.  You’ll find a little history on the ghosts of Irvington if you ask and you’ll love the huge street festival at the end of October each year