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Homes for Sale in Brownsburg, Indiana
In 1869 the Big Four Railroad opened service to Brownsburg. Since that time, the town has continued to prosper and grow in population. CNN Money Magazine ranked Brownsburg as the #1 place to live in Indiana and #33 in the nation (2009). The magazine cited the town’s low crime rates, strong economy, and excellent schools as reasons for placing it at the top of its list.
If you’re looking for a new home, you’ll want to look at what the Brownsburg area has to offer. Give our office a call, and we can show you homes in this excellent community. Whether you’re looking for your first home, looking for a larger home, or looking to downsize, we can help you find the perfect home for your budget and taste. We know the market in this top-ranked town.
Brownsburg Area Homes
Brownsburg is ten miles from metropolitan Indianapolis. I-74 crosses the northern part of Brownsburg before entering Indianapolis. I-65 passes about two miles northeast of the community, and I-70 about ten miles to the south. State Road 267 (Green Street) runs north and south through the middle of Brownsburg. US-136 (Main Street) runs east and west along the southern half of the town.
If an easy commute to work is your top priority, our realtors can locate homes that are close to your workplace. Located in the vicinity of these major roadways, it’ll be easy to travel to wherever you need to be from Brownsburg. We’ll work to simplify your life.
Shopping and Dining
There are several shopping centers and big box stores in Brownsburg. Discount stores in town offer affordable merchandise, and specialty shops offer unique items. Circle Centre Mall in downtown Indianapolis is a favorite shopping destination for area residents. This indoor four-level mall has more than 125 shopping, dining, and entertainment options.
Restaurants in Brownsburg are plentiful. You’ll find any food you crave from fast food, like pizza and subs, to made-from-scratch, comfort foods and delicious ethnic dishes. All-night restaurants and late-night delivery accommodate any lifestyle.
Culture and Entertainment
There are many activities in the Brownsburg area for outdoor enthusiasts. Arbuckle Acres Park is one of five parks in Brownsburg and is home to many town events. The park features acres of open fields along with a forest and creek, paved walking trails, and a playground. Arbuckle Acres Park is also the site of a major Brownsburg event: the Festival of the Arts. The event celebrates art and artists in the area. More than 200 vendors sell everything from quilts to homemade soap at the festival. Hauntsburg is another annual event. It’s a spooky good time for those who are brave enough to walk through a 21,000-square-foot house filled with ghosts.
West Chase Golf Club is a professional, 18-hole, 71-par, semi-private course that offers a scenic and relaxing way to enjoy the outdoors. Those who prefer to watch in the region’s signature sport can head to the Lucas Oil Raceway or the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to enjoy a fun day watching automobile races. Lucas Oil Raceway holds a variety of drag races and other racing during the spring, summer, and fall. Before a race, spectators often stop to see vintage race cars and other racing memorabilia at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.
If you’re looking for a night out, consider making a trip to into Indianapolis. With world class restaurants in Downtown, Broad Ripple, or Castleton, you’ll be sure to find something good to eat. You can also enjoy a performance by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra or see a play at Indiana Repertory Theatre or visit a number of smaller venues with live music.
Careers and Industry
The most common industry in Brownsburg is manufacturing. However, Brownsburg is rich with many different kinds of industries and has something available for people in almost any career field. The automotive and racing field is particularly prominent in this area; a number of IndyCar teams have their shops in the Brownsburg area. But this area is the perfect commuting city as well, so you’ll be close to wherever you work.
Brownsburg Community School Corporation serves the Brownsburg area with an early childhood center, six elementary schools, two middle schools, a high school, and a small mastery-based high school. All BCSC schools receive “A”s from the Indiana Department of Education on a regular basis. Brownsburg’s ISTEP+ achievement level ranks 6th highest out of 291 Indiana school districts. The corporation’s motto is “Higher Achievement - Together,” and it shows.
Elementary and middle school students focus on English and math. The use of mini-lessons in English strengthens students’ comprehension, vocabulary, and writing skills. An EveryDay math program provides a balance between arithmetic calculations and mathematical concepts.
Brownsburg High School provides a great education to students with a wide array of talents. Students can enroll in advanced placement classes, earn college credits with dual credit partnerships sponsored by several colleges, take courses in the biomedical field, or participate in a STEM program to prepare for a career in engineering. The Fine Arts Department and Drama Department helps creative students develop their talents. The high school seeks to prepare all students for further education or career opportunities. Those who go to college can choose to attend one of nine universities that are within commuting distance including Purdue University and Indiana University–Purdue University at Indianapolis.