Noblesville Real Estate

An Appreciation of the Past with a Vision for the Future

From its humble beginnings in 1823, Noblesville has seen growth and prosperity in the ever-changing pace of life. The heart of the city displays the fact that the past is held in high regard with a charming historic district. The area surrounding downtown is rich in culture and offers timeless community staples such as golf courses, parks, and community events. One can be immersed in the outdoors with Forest Park, Morse Park and Beach, or White River Canoeing. The community works diligently to preserve important icons of the past, like Potter’s Bridge, but this does not hamper the pursuit of advancement in the present. The outskirts of the city are blossoming with growth and development in both housing and business opportunities. As the north side of Indianapolis has grown, the cities of this area have embraced growth with appealing amenities, and Noblesville is no exception!

Growth in the 21st Century

Noblesville has seen a few population booms in its existence. The most recent has been in the last decade. It has become a preferable place to live because of its small-town charm and its proximity to Indianapolis. However, it offers a few unique items that bring convenience to your doorstep. Along the eastern side of the city you can find easy access to shopping at the beautiful Hamilton Town Center; or you can take in a concert at Klipsch Music Center, the largest out-door concert venue in Indiana. Both are nestled along the I-69 corridor. The area is surrounded by new businesses and housing communities that are springing up each year. These areas of new growth gives you the option to chose an established home or build from the ground up.

Schools of Noblesville

As the city of Noblesville has become accustomed to growth, so has the school. Noblesville Schools has approximately 9,700 students enrolled. It contains 6 elementary, 2 middle and 1 high school. They currently have a freshman-only campus, but due to the growth, this will change in the fall of 2014. The freshman will join the rest of the high school at the main campus, and one of the junior highs will move to that larger campus. This school district is also the only one in the county on a balanced-calendar school schedule. With full accreditation from AdvancED, Noblesville is maintaining the high education standards of the area.

Area Statistics

Noblesville has a population of over 55,000, which has risen 40% since the year 2000. With a median income of $73,395 and an unemployment rate of 5.9% (1.4 % below the national average), it is easy to see why Noblesville is recognized as one of the best places to live in the US. The median home value is an affordable $163,300.

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