Carmel, IN Homes for Sale

Carmel Indiana is located about 16 miles of downtown Indianapolis. Depending on traffic they can take you anywhere from 20 minutes to 45 minutes from downtown

Carmel Homes for Sale

This larger city spanning 47 mi.² is located across Clay Township in Hamilton County and is home to about 100,000 residents. It has a highly educated and affluent population with average median household incomes of over $110,000. The average price of a home is about $320,000 and has been cited as one of the best places to live in America by Money Magazine. Other surveys such as Wallet Hub, Niche.com and Safe Wise also honors Carmel Indiana for being one of the safest cities in America and one of the best places to launch a career and raise a family. Some have called it the “Beverly Hills of the Midwest”

Originally called Bethlehem back in 1837 because the settlers were predominantly Quakers, Carmel got its name in 1874 and in 1924 one of the first automatic traffic signals in the US was installed at the intersection of Main Street and Rangeline Road. There are several historical places such as the Carmel Monon Depot, John Kinzer House, and Thornehurst Addition, all registered with the National Register of Historic Places.

Schools

Carmel has its own school district called the Carmel Clay School District, which maintains 11 elementary schools, three middle schools, and one high school. There are over 14,000 students currently enrolled. There are several private schools as well including the Pilgrim Lutheran Preschool, St. Elizabeth Seton preschool, Midwest Academy, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic school, Walnut Grove Christian school, and University high school.

Industry

Carmel is the headquarters for CNO Financial Group, Miso, and Delta faucet as well as several branches of major industries such as Geico and Liberty Mutual employing hundreds of local residents.
Carmel is known for several farmers markets, parks and recreational facilities, trails, a vibrant arts and design district, festivals, gardens and more. The Carmel city center is a 1 million square-foot mixed-use development in the heart of the city. It’s home to the Palladium at the Center for Performing Arts and a pedestrian base master-planned development located at the southwest corner of City Center Drive and Rangeline Road. With hundreds of shopping options, restaurants, markets, and more, Carmel makes a beautiful place to call home.

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