Buckhorn in Carmel is an upscale neighborhood of beautiful single family custom homes. A community pool, neighborhood park and lots of green space give families and neighborhood kids plenty of places to get out and play. Buckhorn residents enjoy all the benefits of living in Carmel - CNN Money's Best Small City in America - as well as easy access to the vibrant city of Indianapolis.
Buckhorn comprises 114 homes, all of which are two-story, extremely spacious, and very well-appointed. The average Buckhorn home was built in 2000 and has 5 bedrooms, 4.5 baths, 4677 square feet, and a 4 car garage. Gourmet kitchens, hardwood floors, custom cabinetry and multiple fireplaces are just some of the luxury features you can expect to find in Buckhorn homes. Finished lower levels also are standard, and usually include a family room, theater room and quest room. Most Buckhorn lots are close to half an acre with mature landscaping.
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Buckhorn residents enjoy a convenient location off of 141st Street on Carmel's west side. Restaurants and grocery stores are nearby on 146th Street; as is shopping at Clay Terrace Mall. Even the Carmel Arts & Design District with its trendy boutiques, galleries and restaurants, is only 10 minutes away. Can't find it in Carmel? The village of Zionsville with its charming historical main street is a short trip away.
Students in the Buckhorn neighborhood are part of the highly rated Carmel Clay Schools system. Smoky Row Elementary School is nearby -- a walkway through the neighborhood leads to the school. Buckhorn is also zoned for Carmel Middle School and Carmel High School.
Buckhorn Homeowners Association
Buckhorn residents pay a yearly homeowners association fee, which includes maintenance of common areas.
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