JUST LISTED – 600 Morningside Drive, Zionsville

IMG_1610Not too big, not too small, this home is JUST RIGHT! Perfect for first timers or downsizers, you can’t go wrong with this well-maintained custom ranch in one of Zionsville’s most beloved neighborhoods – close to the Village and Starkey Park with easy access in and out of town. No stairs, no basement, just comfortable main-floor living with a great room at it’s heart, a well-designed kitchen with ample cabinetry and a large walk-in pantry for storage. Convenient attached garage, awesome screened porch and deck plus fenced yard.

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JUST LISTED – 194 E Columbia Street, Danville

IMG_1637If it’s charm & ease you seek,you will LOVE this darling bungalow in the heart of Old Town Danville. With kitchen and bath remodels out of the way, newer roof, gutters, windows and a massive deck overlooking a really big yard, THIS is the perfect worry-free home. The details will delight, too…crystal door knobs, gleaming hardwood floors, darling light fixtures, even the picket fence! A dry, semi-finished basement offers expanded living space for a variety of uses. Put it at the top of your list!

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JUST LISTED – 5008 E 69th Street, Indianapolis

IMG_1663What a find! Updates galore from 2010-2016 include roof, interior and exterior paint, new boiler furnace, water heater, sump pump, appliances, garage door, electric service and more. Enjoy a smart tri-level floor plan with shining hardwood floors on the upper level, durable laminate in the lower level family room, giant backyard with amazing mature trees, even a large and convenient attached storage shed for all that “stuff” you just never know where to hide. And for commuters, it doesn’t get any better than this!

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4040 E 750 S, Lebanon

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Brad and Sally had been fighting through the very difficult and delayed sale on their home in Pike Township, when the seller of the house they were buying grew impatient, accepted a back up offer, and presented a closing deadline.  Their delays had been lender-related on their buyer’s side and beyond anyone’s control.  Every single effort had been made by all parties to get that sale closed.  Gargantuan hoops had been jumped through, impossible mountains climbed, all too detailed and personal to dig into, but closing that sale two days before Christmas was a huge relief to everyone.  However, on Christmas Eve, Brad and Sally’s own lender pulled their purchase loan for inexplicable reasons, causing their seller to terminate in favor of the back-up, leaving Brad and Sally staring down homelessness in a matter of days.  It was a brutally sad Christmas Eve by everyone’s view.  There was simply nothing anyone could do to fix it at that point!  Jennifer scrambled to find them a shortterm solution for housing.  As the church bells rang for Christmas Eve services, a temporary home was found, and they were all forced to take a holiday hiatus to regroup.  On the morning of the 26th, Jennifer moved their loan to a new lender, who issued an approval in 10 days, and the search was on for a new home they could buy and close on in short order.  What they found was such a blessing that all tears shed for the former dream house dried up.  A little piece of paradise hit the market with a massive barn and nothing but country quiet all around.  Brad and Sally have since said many times how grateful they are to have “lost” the first house, which made it a Christmas miracle!