Noblesville real estate’s average home sales price is approximately $177,000. The number of homes for sale in Noblesville, Indiana has increased approximately 1% in the past year. (statistics from MIBOR).
Noblesville, Indiana was founded in 1823 and is described as a “whole life community”. That means Noblesville is a place where residents can do everything from raising a family to pursuing a career to retiring. Brick-paved streets and some of Noblesville’s architectural elements give it a rich, historic tone.
Downtown Noblesville is a diverse commercial district, where you can find coffee shops, cafes, antique stores, and professional offices, not to mention Victorian homes dating from the late 1800s.
Noblesville is the county seat of Hamilton County and is located 17 miles northeast of Indianapolis.
(figures based on 2000 Census)
County: 182,740 – Hamilton County
Each of Noblesville’s schools is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement. To be accredited, a school must meet NCA’s standards, conduct a self-study, and adopt a model of continuous improvement that focuses on student performance. In the past two years, seven of the district’s nine schools have been named Four Star Schools by the Indiana Department of Public Instruction.
Parks and Recreation
In addition to the quality educational system in Noblesville, you will find a thriving downtown square filled with exciting retail shops, restaurants, and 3 city parks. Forest Park, filled with wooded areas, picnic and open-play areas, offers facilities for tennis, volleyball, basketball and croquet courts. Golfers have a choice of 2 city-owned PGA registered courses: Forest Park and Fox Prairie.
Conner Prairie Pioneer Settlement, a nationally-recognized living history museum, hosts the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra from June through August for the Symphony on the Prairie concert series.