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The first Indy neighborhood to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places (in 1973), Lockerbie Square stands largely intact, with most homes built between 1855 and 1930. The leafy neighborhood features Federal, Italianate, and Queen Anne style architecture, and resident James Whitcomb Riley, the famed Hoosier poet, once walked its cobblestone sidewalks, handing out candy to the local children. Although it’s an easy walk to the center of Downtown and Mass Ave., elegant Lockerbie is quiet and residential—a nice respite from the bustle just beyond its borders.
The results below include all the homes for sale in Lockerbie Square and are pulled several times a day from the Indianapolis MLS so you always have the latest information. To learn more about any of these homes, click "Request More Information" on the property's details page or call us at (317) 815-4450. We're happy to help!
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