1871 Italianate Home Sells for $915K in Indianapolis, Indiana
SOLD | Built 1871 | 6,297 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 3.5+ Baths | 0.28 Acres
1224 N Park Avenue, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, 46202
Built in 1871, this finely detailed Italianate home successfully blends the charm and quality of the past with modern conveniences of today. The 6,300 square foot home hit the market in July 2020 for $975,000 and recently sold for $915,000. The finely detailed Italianate proudly displays a graceful period staircase, woodwork and exterior embellishment while benefiting from a no-stone-left unturned renovation at the hands of 21st century artisans and craftspeople. The melange of old and new strike a sophisticated balance for today’s urban life. A well-fitted kitchen hugs the dining area and leads to one of the finest outdoor living spaces that you will encounter. The main bedroom suite is sublime in its integration of original materials, contemporary fittings and Italian marble. There are 5 bedrooms and 3.5+ bathrooms. The property was on the market for $925,000 with Joe Everhart of Everhart Studio, Ltd.
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