Why you'd want to live in The Village of West Clay
Set on 719 acres, the neighborhoods of The Village of WestClay reflect a variety of lifestyles. The Village offers homes in many different sizes, styles and prices, yet unified by the complementary traditional exterior architecture. Framing the neighborhoods are 171 acres of open space providing places for reflection and recreation. Upon entering The Village, visitors are impressed with the historical accuracy of the architecture. The Village of WestClay features exterior architectural styles typically found in Indiana at the turn of the last century. Several traditional styles (Federal, Greek Revival, Italianate and Gothic Revival) are predominate in the Village Center. Later Victorian and other traditional residential styles (Colonial, Classic, Tudor and Gothic) may be found in the Estate area. Even though these homes have traditional exteriors, they have the most up-to-date floor plans and amenities.