It’s a brand-new, modern custom home that seamlessly blends into this historic neighborhood. The builder left no detail un-noticed, handpicking every piece and design. It is truly a piece of art.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) September 18, 2015
The Indy Scene Real Estate Team , recently listed a luxury home in Indianapolis’ historic Herron-Morton Place neighborhood, which was once the site of the State Fair in 1860, and later a Civil War induction center for Indiana volunteers. Today, this new custom-built home, located at 2043 Delaware Street, has already become part of the fabric of this much-coveted residential area.
“This incredibly beautiful house includes all designer fixtures, appliances, materials, you name it,” said Christie. “It’s a brand-new, modern custom home that seamlessly blends into this historic neighborhood. The builder left no detail un-noticed, handpicking every piece and design. It is truly a piece of art.”
The site was former home to Julius C. Walk, a famous jeweler and one of Indianapolis’ early and most successful businessmen. It has since been transformed from a large home, to an apartment complex, to a vacant lot. “Redevelopment of this lot was long overdue.” said Christie.
As Herron-Morton Place is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the majority of its remaining structures are remarkably preserved. In fact, New Jersey Street retains its original esplanades, providing the finest example of what the north half of the neighborhood once looked like. The neighborhood was once home to famous artist T.C. Steele, an Impressionist painter known for his Indiana landscapes, whose house was later razed and became the site of the Vonnegut & Bohn-designed John Herron Art Institute building.
“This is a culturally significant area of the city that has deep roots,” said Christie. “Whoever buys this home will not only be its first owner, but part of one of Indianapolis’ most venerated neighborhoods.”
The new property also boasts gorgeous tubs and walk-in showers. It includes two master suites, a finished basement with wet bar and carefully placed windows allowing natural light to flood the home. Its open floor plan offers a perfect space for entertaining.
“It also includes a large laundry room conveniently located by the master bedroom upstairs,” said Christie. “Additionally, it has a four-car garage, which is hard to find in downtown Indianapolis.”
Anton Tsintsarski, developer and builder of the home, is originally from Bulgaria but has been in the Indianapolis area for 12 years. He has completed 8 projects in Herron-Morton Place; a mix of new construction and historic renovations.
For more information about this home, visit http://www.tourfactory.com/1426173.
About the Indy Scene Real Estate Team
Christie Snapp and Sarah Beth Skidmore created Indy Scene Real Estate Team in December of 2011. Their agents have a combined 10 plus years experience selling homes, and they specialize in downtown and midtown Indianapolis real estate. The Indy Scene Real Estate Team is currently looking for new clients who want to take advantage of the seller’s market in Indianapolis. For more information, please call (317) 524-0229.
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