Mooresville, Indiana, is just 10 miles southwest of Indianapolis. A true part of America's heartland, it combines the heartwarming feeling of a small town with the amenities of a big city. Families looking for homes for sale in the greater Indianapolis area are drawn to Mooresville because it offers the natural beauty of a midwestern city, perfect for a rich and memorable family life.
At the same time, Mooresville is nearby to a major distribution center and just minutes away from an international air hub. Because of its combination of Midwestern charm and big city benefits, Mooresville is called the "Crossroads of Progress," and is becoming home to many new businesses and families.
The Moorseville Consolidated School Corporation includes one high school, Mooresville High School, for grades 9-12; and one Middle School, Paul Hadley Middle School, grades 7-8. There are five elementary schools -- Neil A. Armstrong Elementary, Newby Elementary, North Madison Elementary, Northwood Elementary, and Waverly Elementary. More than 4,300 students attend Mooresville schools.
There is also an alternative school, the Education Opportunity Center, for high school age students, which is dedicated to serving at-risk students who are not finding success in the traditional high school format.
Mooresville Christian Academy is dedicated to providing quality Christian education for students from pre-k through 8th grade.
Mooresville is proud of its long history of providing first class educational opportunities to area families. The Mooresville school system actually began in 1861, with the establishment of the Friends Academy. The original Academy school building, one of the first high schools in Indiana, was a boarding school. The students rented rooms in local homes. This historic school building, which still stands on the Newby Memorial Elementary School campus, has been fully restored and is included on the National Historic Register. The building is now a local history museum. The Newby campus also includes the "old Newby gym" or the "Newby Dome." This gym was built in the early 1900s with contributions from Mooresville residents, who contributed $100 each to help pay for the construction of the facility.
For most people looking at real estate in the Mooresville, Indiana, area, an important consideration is the sports and recreation opportunities. Indianapolis features several noteworthy professional sports teams, including the NBA's Indiana Pacers, NFL's Indianapolis Colts and the Women's NBA Indiana Fever.
Auto racing lovers from all over the country come to Indianapolis for the Indianapolis 500 and the Brickyard 400, but Mooresville fans have just a short drive to see the world class drivers in action.
College sports fans of all kinds have many choices, with the Butler University Bulldogs, the Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis Jaguars, and the University of Indianapolis Greyhounds all nearby.
The Parks and Recreation District is devoted to maintaining the area's small town character through quality parks and facilities, open and natural spaces, and programs and services that will improve and enhance the social, physical and emotional well being of all the local residents.
Pioneer Park has six major trails, asphalt covered and well marked, for walkers, runners, bikers, inline skaters and even wheelchair users. There is a total of almost six miles of trails that are easy to use. There are also dirt paths for more adventurous exploration. The park also includes several ball fields, volleyball and basketball courts, three playgrounds and a community aquatic center.
If you're looking for homes for sale in the Mooresville, Indiana, area, you may also be interested in dining and shopping options. There are many popular national chain restaurants in the Mooresville area, including McDonald's, Arby's, Burger King, Long John Silver's, Domino's and others. Two area favorites are Biff's Pioneer House, for breakfast and brunches, which features legendary local homemade baked goods; and Zydeco's, with cajun treats that let you visit New Orleans without leaving Indiana.
Moorseville offers a combination of local, regional and national shopping options. In addition, the Morgan County Farmer's Market provides an attractive opportunity to purchase locally grown fresh produce and goods. Open on Wednesday evenings from May 8 to October 9, the Farmer's Market is open rain or shine at the MCSC Education Center on Carlisle Street.
If you are interested in relocating to Mooresville, Indiana, you want to find a real estate agent you can trust and who knows the area. F.G. Tucker is the largest independent real estate firm in Indiana, and we can answer all of your real estate questions and solve all your real estate problems. In addition to helping you find your perfect new home, we also provide services such as mortgage services, relocation, insurance and title insurance. Whatever your real estate needs are, before or after your move, Talk To Tucker.