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wooded subdivisions in indianapolis?

by Wade Morris Dunwoody Realtor on March 18th, 2011

I have been searching for homes online in Indy. Most of the houses I’ve seen are in barren landscapes, suburburbia, where
there isn’t a tree to be found. What areas of Indy would I find houses
for sale that have trees on the lot?

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3 Comments
  1. mrsdagle permalink

    Nearly all of Indianapolis is wooded, including its suburbs. I’m surprised you couldn’t find a wooded lot. I don’t know your price range. Try Carmel, Broadripple, Fishers, anything off of 86th Street between College and Keystone.
    I lived in two different parts of Carmel, I preferred the Homeplace neighborhood (College & 106th ST).

  2. delriokid08 permalink

    A lot of the new subdivisions are built in former cornfields and it takes time for a tree to grow. Mrsdagle listed some nice areas. Others include Rocky Ripple, Irvington, Farley, Speedway.

  3. WHY SHOULD I CARE? permalink

    hey man i don’t know where you’re looking, you must be looking downtown or something! my house has the only tree on all of 42nd street! lol

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