Bargersville is a small, close-knit satellite community of the Indianapolis area located in Johnson County, Indiana. Known for its friendly atmosphere and thriving local businesses, Bargersville is a town rich with history, where commerce and community meet. The town prides itself on its commitment to progress and growth without sacrificing the close-knit community living.
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Bargersville has a wide variety of homes available for all income brackets. The architecture ranges from traditional and quaint to modern and grand. All of the homes are well-maintained and priced-to-own. Bargersville as a community is excited about its growth potential and has ample room for expansion. It has water and sanitary sewer utilities along State Road 37, State Road 144, and State Road 135. That, combined with acreage allotted for development, leads to many new, desirable pieces of property just waiting for you to move in and become part of the community.
Located twelve miles from downtown Indianapolis and conveniently close to the Indianapolis International Airport, the Bargersville community is considered an ideal place for those looking for either peaceful respite or proximity to business. The mission of the Bargersville Redevelopment Commission was to provide a healthy and appealing quality of life through business attraction and retention activities, and Bargersville is a spitting image of that mission success.
While the town is not known for its vast chain stores or expansive mini-malls, you will find many shopping malls within a few miles. There are several Indiana shopping malls within a half-hour or less in Greenwood, Franklin, and of course, Indianapolis.
Bargersville is well-equipped to handle the necessities of life. There are locally-owned stores throughout downtown, and a variety of delightful, non-chain dining options that one would expect in a small town. The famous Red's Place is one of the more popular dining destinations in Bargersville. Bistro 226 on the corner of State Road 135 and State Road 144 offers steak/seafood fare for more upscale dining.
Of course, Bargersville is only a short drive away from other great dining choices in Greenwood, Franklin, and Mooresville, which provides fun restaurant alternatives to spice things up every now and then.
Bargersville has access to many fun local activities in the Indianapolis area. These can range from outdoor and sports oriented, like the Indianapolis Colts or The Indiana Pacers, or indoor and enriching such as the Indianapolis Children's Museum or Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Bargersville itself is known for its grand outdoor flea market, said to attract many visitors from surrounding cities. The Mallow Run Winery, a five-minute drive from the heart of Bargersville, is a remarkable way to spend an afternoon. It encompasses 600 acres of prime farmland outside Indianapolis, and along with standard wine tastings, Mallow Run has special events year around. It hosts the Strawberry Festival, as well as concerts by the Carmel Symphony Orchestra. There are two golf courses available to Bargersville locals, the furthest away being a mere 20 minutes north.
Like most Central Indiana, Bargersville is proud of its farming heritage. Every July there is a County Fair 4-H and Agricultural fair held in Franklin, Indiana. The events of which can be found, here (URL LINK: www.johnsoncountyfair.com).
Since Bargersville is located at the major intersection of State Route 135 and State Road 144, it’s a short trip to Indianapolis, Nashville, and Bloomington. There are plenty of community options available to you at all ends of town, and depending on your mobility you should have no difficulty finding good careers in Bargersville or commuting nearby. Because it’s not far from I-65 which runs near Franklin, there are also plenty of factories along the I-65 corridor, as well as many technology that are based in Johnson County.
The town of Bargersville is served by the Center Grove Community School Corporation district, a 4-Star School System.
The district consists of one high school, two middle schools, and six elementary schools--all are located within 15 minutes of most Bargersville homes. Much like Bargersville itself, Center Grove is a rapidly growing and distinctive school district, and its superior schools are one of the major reasons people move to the area.
For more information on the Center Grove Community School Corporation district, please view their homepage here.