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A home in Washington Township's Ivy Hills neighborhood.
Washington Township is one of Indianapolis’ nine townships and is known for its mature, established neighborhoods, low crime rate and good public schools. (Although Washington Township includes popular areas Broad Ripple, Butler-Tarkington and Meridian-Kessler, these neighborhoods are served by Indianapolis Public Schools. Check this map, which shows the boundaries for the Metropolitan School District of Washington Township.)
A wide variety of architecture and price points can be found within Washington Township, with the older homes of the aforementioned neighborhoods, as well as homes built in the 1950s-1980s further north. Williams Creek is one standout luxury neighborhood, with traditional and mid-century modern homes reaching upwards of $1 million. Newer construction can be found in the Keystone at the Crossing area, and further west along 86th Street.
Located on Indy’s northside, Washington Township contains some of the city’s best shopping, entertainment and restaurants. There’s plenty of outdoor fun, too. Check out the variety of parks, stroll the popular Monon Trail (some of Washington Township’s most sought-after homes back up to it) and canoe the White River.
You might love living in Washington Township if you…
The Fashion Mall at Keystone at the Crossing – A large portion of Indy’s upscale shopping is packed into the Fashion Mall. With Michael Kors, Burberry, Crate & Barrel, Tiffany, Kate Spade, Tori Burch, Lululemon and Nordstrom, have your credit cards at the ready! The Fashion Mall also houses Landmark Keystone Art Cinema, showing the latest indie films; a Tesla showroom; and a newly remodeled Apple store. 8702 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis
Seasons 52 – At this casually sophisticated spot, the freshest local seasonal produce and meats inspire a menu that changes almost weekly. Seasons 52’s dishes are fresh and flavorful, and quite healthy. Bite-sized dessert creations round out the experience. This is our team’s favorite place for group lunches! 8650 Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis
Holliday Park – Holliday Park is not your average city park! With well-kept trails leading to the White River, an educational nature center and its “Ruins”—chunks of façade from an early New York skyscraper—this park is a beautiful 94 acres. Kids will love the play structures, too (seriously, they’re even tempting for adults). 6363 Spring Mill Rd., Indianapolis