In 2009, CNN Money Magazine ranked Brownsburg as the Best Place to Live in Indiana, and the #33 Best Place to Live in the nation. This honor is well-deserved, and can be attributed to Brownsburg's low crime, strong economy, and excellent schools.
Brownsburg is located on the northwest side of Indianapolis in Hendricks County, just 10 miles from downtown Indy and 15 minutes from the Indianapolis Airport.
Median Home Value: $151,400
Median Household Income: $63,926
*based on data from the 2010 Census report
Brownsburg residents enjoy a variety of local shopping, sports, and entertainment opportunities. The O’Reilly Raceway Park hosts drag, stock car, and midget racing events. The city’s four municipal parks are home to walking trails, ball courts, youth sports leagues, swimming pools, playgrounds and picnic areas. Haunts of Hidden River hay rides are held each October at Arbuckle Acres Park. Golfers have their choice of three nearby greens, and the annual Arts in the Park craft show is one of the largest in the Midwest.
The Brownsburg Community School Corporation comprises approximately 7347 students in grades K-12. Students in the BCSC routinely score well above the state average on the ISTEP, SAT, and ACT.
Great 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home in Wynne Farms. Home has open floor plan with plenty of room for family and friends. Newer paint and carpet make this move in ready. la...
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Great ranch home located right on SR 267 just north of I-74 and across the street from Connection Pointe Christian Church. This 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home sits on large ...
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