Meridian Park, Indianapolis Homes for Sale

Located north of Downtown Indianapolis and just East of the Indianapolis Children's Museum (the world's largest of its kind) sits Historic Meridian Park. One of the original suburbs of Indianapolis, Meridian Park was known for having the finest residences, and is still desirable today with its turn of the century architecture.

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3133 N Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

3133 N Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Perfectly set on a tree-shaded lot, this Pennsylvania Street Arts and Crafts beauty feels like home the minute you pull up. The living room is warm and inviting, cen...

4 Beds 3 Bath Areas 4378 SqFt

$599,900

Citify, LLC
3307 N Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

3307 N Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Plenty of charm and character in this large 3 story home! Home was previewed on the Bravo Series "Flipping Exes"! Fresh exterior paint, new concrete driveway, shed...

3 Beds 4 Bath Areas 4510 SqFt

$469,900

GO Real Estate Services, LLC
3078 N Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

3078 N Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Located in Meridian Park just a few blocks shy of Fall Creek. This home features an updated kitchen with granite countertops & SS appliances. 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathro...

3 Beds 4 Bath Areas 2440 SqFt

$459,900

United Real Estate Indpls
210 E 33rd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

210 E 33rd Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Check out this beautiful 3 bed 2.5 bath home sitting on a DOUBLE LOT in Historic Meridian Park! This historically preserved beauty sits across the street from the pa...

3 Beds 3 Bath Areas 3960 SqFt

$399,000

F.C. Tucker Company
3067 N Delaware Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

3067 N Delaware Street, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Location! Location! Location! Located just North of Downtown Indy in the Historic Meridian Park area, this centrally located luxurious home is within walking distan...

4 Beds 5 Bath Areas 2708 SqFt

$350,000

Keller Williams Indpls Metro N

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Meridian Park Historic District features some of the Midwest's best examples of American Arts & Crafts Architecture. Here you'll find a noteworthy collection of American Four Square and many other styles of Craftsman architecture, including Tudor, Colonial, and Mission Revival, American Bungalow, English Country Manor, Neo-classical, Flemish and Italianate. The Craftsman movement is typified by the use of natural materials like brick, stone, and tile. The majority of homes date from the early 1900s, and demonstrate typical Arts & Crafts details like overhanging eaves, knee braces, and exposed rafters.

One of the most famous houses in the area, is the one that stands at 3128 North Pennsylvania Street. Built in 1907 by Frank Bakemier, the original owners, George and Nellie Meier, named their home "Tuckaway." The Meiers were as quirky as their new modern home. George was a well-known fashion designer, and Nellie was a famous psychic whose clients included many national celebrities of the day.

Another historic house at 3127 North Pennsylvania, was designed in 1909 by Lawrence George for Will H. Brown, vice president of the Overland Auto Company. The home's stucco and half-timber upper story reflects its Arts & Crafts influence.

Meridian Park also boasts a residential court, called Washington Court. Located in the 3200 block off Washington Boulevard, the eleven bungalow, Craftsman, and American Four Square houses in this part of the district are one of the few bungalow court style developments left standing.

The area was first developed by Indianapolis' Elite. Auto company executives, bankers, builders, and politicians saw Historic Meridian Park as an ideal place to raise a family and entertain guests. These houses, represented a change in taste, reflected the philosophy that a modern home should be more functional than formal, and as such, they were designed for family living. The multiple parlors of Victorian era homes were replaced by spacious living rooms and large hearths.

Over the years urban flight left many of these once-grand homes dilapadated and carved up into apartment houses. It was only through the caring of committed neighbors that these opulent old homes have been restored to their original glory. If adopting an older home with Rookwood tile fireplaces, stained-glass windows, hardwood floors, and spacious front porches appeals to you, then Historic Meridian Park may hold something for you.

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