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Coatesville is a tranquil, rural development in the heart of Hendricks County Indiana—home to a thriving community with a rich farming heritage, fairs, and several nearby trails. The area itself has a 100-year history dating back to the turn of the century and is surrounded by charming historical downtown locations, a beautiful landscape, and enviable priced-to-own homes.
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The homes in the community are terrifically maintained and come in a wide variety of prices and styles. You will be able to find anything from cute and affordable to grand and luxurious. These qualities are not mutually exclusive, and even the most affordable locations are attractive and desirable.
Coatesville is located in between US Route 36 and I-70, both of which connect to local cultural hubs and Indianapolis, respectively. Dansville, the seat of Hendricks County, is a mere 15 minutes away, and Indianapolis is just shy of an hour's drive.
Due to its prime location near the Plainfield Metropolis Mall and Danville, Coatesville has no shortage of shopping or dining options. Whether you're drawn to the charm of privately-owned art and antique collections or outdoor attractions such as orchards and pine forests, all of this is available and only within a half-hour drive away.
If the latest fashion trends and modern comforts are more your speed, or if you just need to stock up on essentials for your home and yard, the Metropolis shopping mall is located a short jaunt down US-40E. There you will also find a variety of outdoor dining and local entertainment suitable for all tastes.
The community in and around Coatesville was formed at roughly the turn of the century, and the town has taken steps to preserve and display the history of that time period. You can visit the Hendricks County Historical Museum to explore the life and agriculture of turn-of-the-century living, or you can pace yourself at the Rural Routes to Main Street Cultural Trail and get a pleasant exposure to local restaurants, galleries, studios, etc.
For you foodies out there, you can sample award-winning wines and craft brews from local refineries or gourmet chocolates from downtown candy stores. Browse the Indiana Foodways Culinary Trails for a "farm-to-table spectrum of food options" that you can use to sample all local options and signature foods available throughout the surrounding area.
Events are ongoing throughout the community, everything from motor sports to local fairs. The Hendricks County official website can be used to plan your next fun weekend around Coatesville, containing both local tourism destinations and a calendar of upcoming events.
Even if nothing is going on in the community, there are plenty of places for adventurous minds to make their own fun. Nearby ceramic and paint studios are open for the artistically inclined, or you can try hiking on one of the many beautiful historical trails. Whatever your pleasure, there will be something in proximity to satisfy and intrigue you during the years in your new home.
Coatesville may be a small town away from hustle and bustle, but it is still only a short drive from Indianapolis and other entrepreneurial havens such as Dansville, Avon, and Plainfield. The community is supportive of small businesses in these towns, so if you've come to Coatesville in hopes of starting your new business, you have come to the right place. If you're in the process of transitioning with a prior job, Indianapolis is a comfortable commute away from Coatesville.
For those who need to travel for business, the Indianapolis International Airport is only a 30-minute drive via I-70. You could be on the other side of the country for lunch and then back to the calming respite of your Coatesville home by dinner, and all the driving you'll have done is a short round trip. That is the convenience of living in Coatesville.
The Coatesville community has the unique advantage of being on the periphery of all major city centers while still being peaceful and private. Giving you the luxury of choosing when to be productive and when to step back and relax.
Coatesville falls within the Mill Creek Community School district and offers two elementary schools. Both of these are very easily accessible from your new Coatesville home. Millcreek West and Millcreek East Elementary Schools are within 20 minutes from Coatesville.
Cascade Junior and Senior High Schools are located along US-40, a 15-minute drive from the center of Coatesville. Cascade Senior High School has a thriving sports program for any sport your athletic kids might enjoy. iHigh.com has a schedule and news section dedicated to the Cascade Cadets, which can be found here."The Collaborator," Cascade Senior High's online newspaper, can be accessed here to get an indepth look at the academics, programs, and student life offered within the school district.