Indianapolis | $424,900
A Gothic Revival house built in 1870, with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, on a 0.1-acre lot
Fletcher Place Historic District, one of Indiana’s oldest urban neighborhoods, was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. This house is just outside the boundaries of the official historic district, where streets are lined with Italianate, Queen Anne and Gothic Revival homes built in the 1870s and 1880s. Nearby Virginia Avenue is a nightlife destination, with gastro pubs, an arcade-themed bar and a craft spirits distillery. The corporate offices and laboratories of Eli Lilly and Company are a five-minute drive; downtown Indianapolis is 10 minutes away.
Size: 3,960 square feet
Price per square foot: $115
Indoors: Brick steps lead from the street to the covered front porch. The front door opens into a foyer with a small chandelier. To the right, through pocket doors, is a living room with a fireplace and street-facing windows that have stained-glass accents.
Next to the living room, through a wide doorway with decorative trim, is an office that could also serve as a guest room. Directly across from the front door are double doors that open to a dining room with its original built-in cabinets and more windows with stained-glass trim.
Through the dining room is a spacious kitchen with new cabinets and appliances, multiple windows and a door to the backyard. Between the dining room and office is a full bathroom with a glass-walled shower. A mudroom is off the dining room and kitchen.