Expanded 1930s Brick Mansion in Indianapolis Sells for $4M (PHOTOS)

Expanded 1930s Brick Mansion in Indianapolis Sells for $4M

SOLD | Built c.1930 | 20,710 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 13 Baths | 3.1 Acres
5799 Sunset Lane, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States, 46228

This 1930s era estate that underwent a meticulous renovation in 1995 has sold for $4 million after sitting on the market since 2015 for as much as $8.5 million. Extending over 20,000 square feet with 6 bedrooms & 13 bathrooms, this incredible residence sits adjacent to the former Lilly estate, now the homes of the Chancellors of Indiana University. With lush rolling grounds overlooking the private Lilly Pool, the picturesque property exudes elegance and tranquility. Extraordinary finishes complete every interior space with European fireplaces originating in the 1600-1800s, antique chandeliers and sconces and the finest woods available. This classic home remains true to its heritage in the elegant drawing room with adjacent winter porch, stunning library fitted with fine English walnut, and the graceful dining room. The heart of the home rests in the open and flowing great room, kitchen and family dining space. Finished with oak floors, soaring ceilings, warm fireplaces and beautiful views of the rear property, the home is casually elegant. Resting on over 3 acres the property features a tennis court, pool with pool house, blue slate patios and rolling lush gardens featuring a waterfall leading to the stream below. 


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