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Carmel Indiana Real Estate & Information

Carmel Indiana Real Estate & Information

Voted a “best place to live” by CNN Money Magazine, Carmel, Indiana is one of the state’s fastest growing cities. Located just north of Indianapolis, Carmel has a population of almost 70,000 people. The affluent suburb is pedestrian-and family-oriented, and features miles of paved trails and sidepaths for safe walking and bicycling around town. Award-winning schools, a bustling economy, and a family-friendly community close to Indiana’s capital city means Carmel real estate is always in demand.

Shopping and Dining
Simon’s Clay Terrace Mall is an outdoor shopping center featuring over 70 retail shops, including locally owned boutiques and national, brand-name stores. Restaurants, specialty shops and art galleries line the streets of Old Town Carmel in what locals refer to as the Arts & Design District, the Midwest’s favorite destinations for artwork, pottery and jewelry. Every Saturday from May to October, local residents browse the innumerable vendor booths at the Carmel Farmer’s Market, located in the south parking lot of the Carmel City Hall.

Parks and Recreation
Carmel features gorgeous outdoor parks and recreation facilities, including the Monon Trail, an ideal path for jogging, biking, and rollerblading. The Monon Community Center is a 146,000 square foot facility within the boundaries of Carmel’s 161-acre Central Park, which includes four miles of nature trails and grants access to the area’s wetlands and lagoon. The Center is a local favorite, featuring: a gymnasium, indoor aquatics, a fitness center, a running track and a waterpark.

The 122 family-oriented neighborhoods of Carmel offer safety and quiet relaxation to homeowners seeking quality housing in close proximity to downtown Indianapolis. Carmel features a variety of real estate options including turn-of-the-century bungalows and modern, decorator show houses. Relocating to Carmel with dreams of living amongst sculptures, artists and eclectic cultural activities? Check out the condos and townhouses in the Arts & Design District. Want to live within walking distance to boutique shops, restaurants and entertainment venues? The luxury residences in Carmel City Center may be the place for you!

Schools, Health, Transportation
The children of Carmel are served by the Carmel Clay Schools system, which runs a total of 15 public schools, all of which have received an “Exemplary” rating from the State of Indiana. Carmel offers residents convenient access to high-quality medical care via the Carmel Ambulatory Surgery Center and St. Vincent Hospital. With its many connected trails and paths, the city makes it easy to get around town on foot or by bike. For international and domestic travel, the award-winning Indianapolis Executive Airport is just a few minutes away.