An affluent suburb of Indianapolis, Zionsville is home to around 14,000 residents. The charm of its brick-paved downtown shopping village, as well as its rich history, make Zionsville a wonderful place to live. The town hall (known as Castle Hall) is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Zionsville served as an endpoint for the railroad in 1852, and Abraham Lincoln made a speech here on the way to his inauguration. Today, annual festivals, quaint shops and friendly people make this community an exceptional one.
Homes for Sale in Zionsville, IN:
You’ll find a number of newly constructed and newer homes for sale in Zionsville, IN. There are a number of lovingly restored historic houses here, as well. If you’re looking for a spacious condominium with top-notch amenities, you’ll find it here; if you’d prefer a colonial-style home, a mid-century brick ranch or nearly anything else, you’ll find it in our Zionsville real estate listings.
Zionsville Real Estate: Local Neighborhoods:
There are a number of notable subdivisions in Zionsville, including:
Dining, Shopping and Things to Do in Zionsville
Whether you’re looking for a meal out, a day of shopping or a night on the town, you’ll find what you need in Zionsville. Our Main Street shopping area bursts with local charm, and you’ll find all the major retailers conveniently located throughout the city.
Schools in Zionsville
Children who live in Zionsville are part of the Zionsville Community School Corporation.
Zionsville Elementary Schools:
- Pleasant View
- Boone Meadow
Zionsville Middle Schools:
Zionsville High Schools:
Parks and Recreation
There are a number of public parks in Zionsville, including:
Commute Times From Zionsville
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