Zionsville IN Homes for Sale
The village style downtown area and beautifully paved brick roads make this a unique place to visit and live.
Zionsville Homes for Sale
A tourist attraction, village style the downtown area, and beautifully paved brick roads make this a unique place to visit and live. The downtown area is lined with small retail stores, shops, and restaurants and many buildings including town Hall, also referred to as Castle Hall, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Zionsville was originally created in 1852 when the railroad was extended past this point and it was named for William Zion, a pioneer settler. A unique fact is that Abraham Lincoln made a whistle stop speech in Zionsville in 1861 when traveling to his inauguration. Clearly there are several roads in, through, and out of Zionsville making it easy to commute to downtown Indianapolis.
Zionsville has a vibrant parks and recreational department with several festivals, camps, and events happening year-round. The Fourth of July fireworks is one of the best seasonal attractions in the area as well as the Fall Festival boasting a parade, rides, games, and lots of food.
Zionsville has its own Zionsville Community Schools which includes part of Eagle and Union townships and has been ranked among the top five public school corporations by Indianapolis Monthly magazine. There are five elementary schools, two middle schools, and one high school and is a rival with schools in neighboring Carmel, Lebanon, and Pike Township.
Multiple famous and notable people have come out of Zionsville including Jack Trudeau, former NFL quarterback, Mark Baltz and Kendall Phillips.
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