Westfield Indiana was established in 1834 as a Quaker community and later became a critical stop on the Underground Railroad. Today, Westfield is recognized by CNN Money (and its residents!) as one of the Best Places to Live in America. The thriving community of 30,000 is just 18 miles north of downtown Indianapolis in Hamilton County.
Westfield real estate is popular with buyers who want great schools, affordable home prices and a small town feel with nearby amenities. Westfield residents enjoy a variety of shopping, entertainment and outdoor venues, including the new Grand Park Sports Campus. Pedestrian and biking trails meander through open spaces and subdivisions. The Natalie Wheeler Trail begins downtown on South Union Street and connects to Cool Creek Park and Nature Center, where visitors can enjoy a picnic lunch and view native wildlife. Specialty and antique shops line the downtown area, and nearby Morse Reservoir provides plenty of recreational boating and other entertainment opportunities.
Westfield real estate is noted for its affordable home prices - but don't let that fool you. Westfield includes a variety of beautiful neighborhoods with homes in all price ranges. Whether you're a young couple looking for a starter home, a family seeking some extra space or an executive in search of luxury and style, you can find it in Westfield.
Fabulous opportunity to build in one of the most premier communities in central Indiana - Chatham Hills! Almost a half acre, well position lot, with water views, backs up...
Listing courtesy of Encore Sotheby's International.
You must see this move-in ready home in popular Maple Knoll! NEW ROOF with 50yr shingle, finished basement with wet bar, & a floor plan you will fall in love with! The tw...
Listing courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway Home.
rare large 1.2 acre property on s union street in downtown Westfield for sale. property has a home on it but is sold as-is. ideal location to redevelop or sell off home...
Listing courtesy of Wkrp Indy Real Estate.
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