Noblesville Real Estate and Homes For Sale
Noblesville is a suburb of Indianapolis and serves as the county seat for Hamilton County. Noblesville, like much of the rest of Hamilton County, has seen explosive growth over the past decade. Noblesville’s popularity can be attributed to it stellar schools system and affordability among many other factors. Read more about Noblesville Homes …
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Noblesville real estate, for the most part, is the most affordable option in Hamilton County. Noblesville offers everything residents of Hamilton County have to come to expect: great schools, low crime, plenty of shopping etc. at a more affordable price point than its neighbors. Even though it is typically a more affordable option, Noblesville does have its share of luxury and high end homes as well. Neighborhoods such as Lochaven, Sagamore, and Brookside have plenty of custom homes to choose from. Noblesville is also home to Morse Reservoir, the only other real body of water in the Indianapolis area other than Geist.
Noblesville IN Homes
Due to recent population increase, the majority of the homes for sale in Noblesville will be newer construction. However, there are more established homes in Noblesville with the majority being around the downtown area. Noblesville Indiana homes offer a little something for everyone. There are plenty of options available whether you are looking for a first home in an affordable neighborhood, a water front home on Morse Reservoir, or a luxury golf front home in Sagamore.
Noblesville is located 17 miles northeast of Indianapolis in Hamilton County at the intersection of State Roads 32 and 37 and serves as the county seat for Hamilton County.
Noblesville has a rich history dating back to 1823 and its name is often traced to two possible sources. Some historians believe Noblesville was named for the 1800’s state Senator James Noble. Others believe that the city was city was named for Lavinia Noble of Indianapolis, who was engaged to Josiah Polk, who submitted the first plat of Noblesville with William Conner in 1823.
Regardless of who it is named for, Noblesville is now a booming city that has seen a 40% increase in population since 2000. Noblesville is a vibrant city with commercial and residential growth. A $100 million mixed-use commercial-office-residential district named Hamilton Town Center is planned at exit 10 off I-69. In addition to its growth Noblesville has an excellent education system with seven out of nine schools being named Four Star Schools.
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Listing information last updated on March 6th, 2014 at 10:00am EST.