Central Canal Trail Homes for Sale
The canal has a three mile walkway alongside the remnants of the original Central Canal, which runs from the White River State Park north to 11th Street. The original Central Canal was intended to be part of a large-scale Indianapolis business project envisioned to improve transportation and shipping methods throughout Indiana through a series of canals. Due to a lack of proper funding for the project, the Indianapolis portion of the canal was never connected with any additional canals in Indiana; it was eventually acquired by the Indianapolis Water Company. The Water Company would use the canal for various power production activities until it was deeded to the city of Indianapolis in 1976.
Latest Central Canal Trail Homes for Sale
Welcome home to this Meridian Kessler like home on a gated double lot. Home features loads of updates & original Meridian Street charm throughout. Entrance welcomes ...
5 Beds 4 Bath Areas 5224 SqFt
Charming English Tudor on one of Meridian Kessler's most picturesque streets! This home has an abundance of character throughout with modern day updates. Walk throug...
4 Beds 2 Bath Areas 3675 SqFt
Rare find in prestigious Meridian Kessler – 5 bedrooms; 5-1/2 bathrooms; with an open and updated kitchen! There is so much to love here: built-in bookcases and dr...
5 Beds 6 Bath Areas 5146 SqFt
Spectacular Rocky Ripple estate! Only 1 block from Butler University *** Perfect home for you, or an investment rental, or Airbnb/Vrbo*** 3 story hilltop home sits o...
5 Beds 4 Bath Areas 4026 SqFt
In the heart of Broad Ripple Village. Stunning all brick Arts and Crafts renovation. This home is impeccable. Brand new roof! Gorgeous hardwood floors! Main floor ma...
4 Beds 2 Bath Areas 3620 SqFt
Don’t let the charming classic bungalow exterior fool you.. this home lives large! This top to bottom renovation has yielded a wide open floor plan and luxury fini...
3 Beds 3 Bath Areas 2436 SqFt
Location, Location, Location! Wonderful 3 Bedroom home with full Basement located in the heart of Meridian Kessler. Large Living Rm great for entertaining overlookin...
3 Beds 2 Bath Areas 2900 SqFt
Incredible Broad Ripple bungalow in a PRIME LOCATION on an exceptional quarter acre lot! Steps from the Monon Trail and Broad Ripple Ave, this attractive 3 bdrm, 2 f...
3 Beds 2 Bath Areas 2286 SqFt
Welcome Home! Completely remodeled home situated on ideal lot! The homes A-list Golden Hill location offers views across the huge lot with mature trees and into an a...
4 Beds 2 Bath Areas 2492 SqFt
Check Out This Gorgeous single family House + an empty lot in the back 5135 Annette St Indianapolis, IN 46208, during renovation process, 3 Bedroom/ 2 Bathroom. Spa...
3 Beds 2 Bath Areas 2146 SqFt
Welcome to School 80! Formerly an elementary school, every classroom is now a unique condo unit. This 2-level unit has an open-concept layout. The front living room ...
2 Beds 2 Bath Areas 1000 SqFt
Rare opportunity to purchase a vacant, build-able lot in the heart of Broad Ripple Village. Lot is 44.5' wide by 173' deep and backs to Flower Alley murals by Muck R...
0 Beds 0 Bath Areas 0 SqFt
Looking for a freshly renovated home that qualifies for 100% financing?! Well look no further! Welcome to this 3 bedroom, 1 bath home located just blocks away from K...
3 Beds 1 Bath Areas 925 SqFt
*Package deal vacant lot + home combo under 70k. BLC #21757553 3bed 2.5bath w/a loft, high ceiling Property waiting for the right buyer to add their finishing touche...
3 Beds 3 Bath Areas 2223 SqFt
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1985 would bring a revitalization of the canal, with draining and rebuilding projects improving its usability. The canal was lowered and rebuilt with concrete to support the bottom and banks of the canal. Once filled, the canal was declared ready for public use and renamed the Indianapolis Canal Walk.
The NCAA Hall of Champions is also on the Canal Walk
The Indianapolis Canal Walk is now a vibrant area of the downtown scene and is a prime spot for Indianapolis hiking, biking, and trail walking, in addition to jogging, rollerblading, and overall relaxation and enjoyment of the waterway. A variety of interesting architecture awaits canal visitors along the waterside promenade, like fountains, waterfalls, bridges, and murals done by Indianapolis artists. Several benches and a covered picnic area are also available for those who would like to sit back and enjoy the beautiful and serene environment that the Indianapolis Canal Walk provides.
The Indianapolis Canal Walk is part of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail
In addition to activities alongside the waterway, visitors can choose from a wide selection of watercraft available for rent. Double and single peddle boats, kayaks, and Barracuda water vehicles are available to rent so you can take in all the sights lining this historic waterway. Bicycles and surreys are also for rent, allowing visitors to explore the park at their own pace.
The Indiana State Museum on the Canal Walk