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Springs At Deer Crossing

from $158,900 - $220,000

McCordsville, IN 46055

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Timberview

from $270,990 - $347,990

Indianapolis, IN 46240

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Woods at Indian Lake

from $263,990 - $349,990

Indianapolis, IN 46240

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Silverton

from $263,990 - $302,990

Fishers, IN 46037

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Smokey Row Estates

from $219,995 - $339,995

Greenwood, IN 46143

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The Lakes at Sugar Grove

from $195,995 - $241,995

Plainfield, IN 46168

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Chapel Woods Homestead

from $212,995 - $312,015

Noblesville, IN 46060

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Eagles Nest

from $258,995 - $352,630

Zionsville, IN 46077

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Highland Green

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Brownsburg, IN 46112

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Clark Meadows at Anson

from $215,990 - $312,265

Whitestown, IN 46075

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Heron Creek

from $131,900 - $206,900

Greenfield, IN 46140

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Oak Park

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Plainfield, IN 46168

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This raceway city has a lot going for it. The area is attracting new residents every day because of its lively downtown, great community, diverse amenities, and American spirit. Indianapolis is surprising people who come to visit and to stay; it's not just another sleepy heartland town. See what all the fuss is about as you make Indianapolis your new home.

Downtown Indianapolis is a gem. There is so much to do at its over 200 retail shops, over 300 restaurants, great hotels, exiting sports arenas and movie theaters, and, of course, great art galleries and museums. These amenities have earned Indianapolis a "most livable city" ranking from both Forbes and livability.com. The downtown area has five unique cultural districts like Fountain Square, commerce's home, and Massachusetts Avenue, home to many wonderful art galleries and the American Cabaret Theater. Locals love biking and walking along the Indianapolis Cultural Trail, a urban bike and pedestrian friendly trail that connects these five cultural districts. A livable, wonderful downtown indeed!

Folks also love the great educational opportunities in town. The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is the largest children's museum in the world, and will keep the kids entertained (and learning) for hours on end. Or check out the National Art Museum of Sport or the Conner Prairie Museum, a living history museum. Many residents take advantage of museum day to get free admission to one of Indianapolis' many museum offerings. The city is also home to the most war monuments in a city outside of Washington DC. Be sure to see the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument located in Monument Circle at the very center of the city.

There are also tons of parks and outdoor activities for those so inclined. Take a trip over to Eagle Creek Park or White River State Park to see the beautiful landscape of Indiana, and get those hiking boots a little dusty. Indianapolis is loved by families and young professionals alike, and it is easy to see why. There is great new construction happening right now, both as new condos and homes downtown and out in the quiet suburban areas. Two suburban cities, Carmel and Fishers, were named some of the best places to live in America according to CNN Money Magazine in 2012.

Indianapolis may surprise you, too. Come check out the great amenities, strong community, and great new houses. New Homes Source will show you so many wonderful options both in Indianapolis itself and in the charming small towns all around it.

Welcome to NewHomeSource, the authority on Indianapolis new homes and Indianapolis area home builders. We work with Indianapolis new home builders to bring you only the best new homes in Indianapolis. Quickly search all areas surrounding Indianapolis for new homes, including Fishers, Avon, and McCordsville, and filter your Houses for Sale in Indianapolis results by attributes important to you, like price, communities, or school districts. If you still can't find the perfect home, use NewHomeSource to connect with prestigious custom home builders in Indianapolis and start designing your dream home. We make it easy to buy a house in Indianapolis!

Are you having problems finding the perfect new home in Indianapolis? Maybe you need to expand your real estate search to include all the surrounding cities and homes for sale in Indianapolis, IN. Not only does NewHomeSource.com provide you with the largest portfolio of new home listings on the Internet, but we also allow you to narrow down your real estate search based on price, bedrooms, amenities, schools, and property type (including , and Indianapolis Waterfront Homes). If you are simply just browsing our listings, trying to better understand the new home market, don’t forget to check out our New Home Guide which highlights recent home trends as well as some interesting articles, including Why You Should Buy New Instead of Resale, and The Benefits of Energy Efficient Homes.

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