12752 Apsley Lane Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 2,352 SqFt 0.060 Acres
2624 Buckland Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 4,174 SqFt 0.180 Acres
2934 Gadsen Circle North Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,995 SqFt 0.430 Acres
12873 TRADD Street 2B Carmel, Indiana
2 Beds 2 Baths 1,211 SqFt 0.028 Acres
2002 Rhettsbury Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,352 SqFt 0.040 Acres
12904 Grenville Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,112 SqFt
12968 Pettigru Carmel, Indiana
2 Beds 3 Baths 1,715 SqFt
2624 Congress Street Carmel, Indiana
2 Beds 4 Baths 2,471 SqFt 0.040 Acres
2546 Congress Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,360 SqFt 0.040 Acres
2085 Rhettsbury Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,769 SqFt 0.070 Acres
2562 Congress Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,360 SqFt 0.080 Acres
12874 Tradd St Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 3 Baths 1,881 SqFt 0.110 Acres
2043 Rhettsbury Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,024 SqFt 0.080 Acres
2571 Filson Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,050 SqFt
1998 Rhettsbury Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,352 SqFt 0.070 Acres
12778 Ashworth Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,472 SqFt 0.040 Acres
2481 Glebe Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 2,498 SqFt 0.040 Acres
12712 Apsley Lane Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 3,207 SqFt 0.100 Acres
12628 Treaty Line Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,439 SqFt 0.140 Acres
2636 Buckland Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 3,328 SqFt 0.180 Acres
1961 Rhettsbury Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 4,955 SqFt 0.120 Acres
12584 BRANFORD Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 4 Baths 3,547 SqFt 0.170 Acres
12685 TREATY LINE Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,782 SqFt 0.140 Acres
13192 Dumbarton Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 6 Baths 6,068 SqFt 0.510 Acres
2263 GLEBE Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 3,446 SqFt 0.190 Acres
12883 Horbeck Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,582 SqFt 0.120 Acres
2421 Glebe Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,716 SqFt 0.070 Acres
12652 Treaty Line Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 4,174 SqFt 0.160 Acres
2312 Glebe Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 4,274 SqFt 0.150 Acres
1787 Halifax Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 5 Baths 5,585 SqFt 0.520 Acres
1752 Halifax Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 4,743 SqFt 0.380 Acres
2287 GLEBE Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 3,565 SqFt 0.150 Acres
12689 APSLEY Lane Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 5 Baths 4,806 SqFt 0.150 Acres
13371 Dumbarton Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 6 Baths 5,640 SqFt 0.430 Acres
13420 SPOTSWOOD Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 5,690 SqFt 0.530 Acres
2022 Rhettsbury Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 4,689 SqFt 0.140 Acres
13337 Berwick Lane Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 5 Baths 5,425 SqFt 0.430 Acres
1992 Haverford Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 5,470 SqFt 0.350 Acres
2353 Shaftesbury Road Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 3 Baths 2,932 SqFt 0.240 Acres
12641 RHETT Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 4 Baths 4,290 SqFt 0.200 Acres
2475 Glebe Street Carmel, Indiana
3 Beds 4 Baths 3,200 SqFt
1813 Milford Street Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 8 Baths 11,781 SqFt 0.760 Acres
1763 Milford Street Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 9 Baths 8,631 SqFt 0.600 Acres
13012 BROAD Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 8 Baths 10,027 SqFt 0.360 Acres
1890 Limehouse Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 6 Baths 9,326 SqFt 0.750 Acres
12725 Parsons Gate Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 6 Baths 7,611 SqFt 0.520 Acres
1997 Finchley Road Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 6 Baths 7,604 SqFt 0.380 Acres
12036 Leighton Court Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 5 Baths 6,252 SqFt 0.370 Acres
12221 Leighton Court Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 6,686 SqFt 0.370 Acres
1985 Mowbray Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 6 Baths 8,376 SqFt 0.470 Acres
2257 Finchley Road Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 6,889 SqFt 0.430 Acres
1890 Trowbridge High Street Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 5 Baths 5,210 SqFt 0.370 Acres
1899 Horseguard Close Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 6,965 SqFt 0.310 Acres
13176 Broad Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 5,417 SqFt 0.450 Acres
2289 Finchley Road Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 7,105 SqFt 0.510 Acres
1679 Blythe Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 5,504 SqFt 0.300 Acres
1977 Mowbray Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 7 Baths 6,364 SqFt 0.430 Acres
1881 Main Street West Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 6 Baths 6,165 SqFt 0.410 Acres
13153 BROAD Street Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 4 Baths 4,739 SqFt 0.370 Acres
12085 LEIGHTON Court Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 6 Baths 5,688 SqFt 0.420 Acres
2346 FINCHLEY Road Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 5 Baths 6,958 SqFt 0.490 Acres
12021 Leighton Court Carmel, Indiana
6 Beds 5 Baths 5,292 SqFt 0.350 Acres
13548 Abercorn Street Carmel, Indiana
4 Beds 5 Baths 7,505 SqFt 0.350 Acres
1853 Horseguard Close Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 4 Baths 6,119 SqFt 0.340 Acres
13084 Frogmore Street North Carmel, Indiana
5 Beds 5 Baths 6,199 SqFt 0.370 Acres
Winter is on the way and the nights are growing colder in Indianapolis. Is your home protected from the elements? You might think it is, but its worth your time to check every year to make sure you save the most money on your heating costs. Here’s a few tips that will help you sure up your winter home weatherization and save some money this year.
Is it Getting Drafty in Here?
Reducing draft is a big way to save money. Cracks can form in the walls, window sills or in corners over the years. There are ways to detect air leaks in these vulnerable places. You can even do something as simple as rolling up a towel and placing it in front of exterior doors. Here’s some information on how to detect air leaks.
Buy a window insulation kit from your local hardware store and install it on your windows.
Install Storm Windows
If you still have old single pane windows, replacing them with storm windows will be a great investment. It may cost more up front, but it will definitely save on energy and money over the years. Here’s some great info on choosing and installing storm windows.
Check the Thermostat
Regulating the thermostat can really save money. If you leave home, make sure it’s turned down, unless you have temperature sensitive animals. Installing digital programmable thermostats is also a great way to keep your heating in check.
Today is a time when we all say thanks for what we have. It’s a time for being with our family and friends and showing how much we appreciate them. Can we also make it a time to help those in need in Indy? If you have a few hours this week and want to help make Thanksgiving a day to remember for those in need, here are a few places that you can offer your time to.
Have a happy Thanksgiving!
Indianapolis stands out as a great American city for many reasons. One of the things that makes this city so great is all the amazing museums you’ll find here just waiting for you to explore. Do you love fast cars? Are you an art buff? What about the history of how the west was won? How about the largest children’s museum in the world? It’s all right here in Indy! Get ready to set out on a journey of discovery in some of the best museums in the nation. Here’s a few to start you out.
The voyage of discovering the natural world begins with our children. You can let your kids dig into the world’s largest children’s museum as they discover 5 floors of history, cultures from around the world, and natural sciences. You can ride the historic carousel or enjoy a theater with children’s plays and live entertainment. It’s a place of wonder for kids and adults alike.
Start your engines and prepare to relive the history of racing over the past century. You don’t even have to love racing to love this experience. You’ll see many of the winning cars throughout racing history along with trophies and awards. And there’s more than just race cars. A number of important passenger cars from the past are on display as well. If you love cars at all, this is the place to go.
Explore great art exhibits from around the world along with beautiful gardens at this one-of-a-kind museum. Arranged in an encyclopedic format, you can explore contemporary art on the top floor, Asian/African/Oceanic/Mediterranean/Textile Design on the third floor, and the second floor is split between American and European. You can also learn about how technology expands our knowledge of art and history.
While many real estate agents focus on those who want to buy or sell a home, Warren Griffin is different. He realizes that not everyone is ready to buy a home right now. In many cases, renting a home or apartment is the best choice. That’s why Warren offers his help to those who need to find a great home for rent.
If you’re looking to rent in the counties of Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Madison, or Marion County, then you’ve come to the right place. Warren Griffin specializes in rental properties. Our powerful rental search can help you find the perfect rental for the best price. There’s two main ways to search:
Search Rental Properties by County – Select the county and city for a predefined search that you can modify by price range.
Search All Rentals – Search all rentals and modify by price range and sq ft.
Here’s a preview of the many homes and apartments for rent in Indianapolis and the surrounding area.
You’ve made the decision. You need to move. You even found the perfect house. Time to start packing. As well as tell the kids. No matter where you’re moving, it usually is an disorienting event in a child’s life. So how can you make the it go smoother?
Start with a Family Meeting. Get some of their favorite foods and have a nice family diner, that way you can casually bring up the subject. This gives you a chance to casually bring it up and to let them know why the move is necessary. Also, a good chance to let them ask their questions, so you can answer them and ease any concerns they will have.
Get Them Involved in the Process. This is a good opportunity to go through the house and get rid of all the unnecessary junk that that your family has picked up over the years. Get the kids to help you decide what can be trashed, donated or sold. A moving sale!
Help Them Learn More About Where They’re Moving. Help them learn as much about their soon to be new community. Encourage them to do some research of their own. Help the check out the local schools and school district. A website of the local schools with pictures would be a great help and let them get a sense of where they’ll be attending school. Too, try to find a local online paper to help everyone get a feel for the local people and issues.
These are just a few suggestions on how to make moving with children go smoother. For more tips, check out this link here.
You may hear on the news or from a neighbor that someone had a home invasion and how traumatic it was. Then you might think “That’ll probably never happen to me, I live in a nice, peaceful neighborhood”. Truth is, it can happen to anyone at any time. Here are some tips and tricks to help ensure that you and your family stay safe at night.
Motion Sensor Lights. Naturally you want those even when you’re just coming home from a late shopping trip. These can also be of great importance to home safety at night. Deter a not that insistent break and enter guest.
Always Lock Up. This may seem obvious, but many people simply forget or don’t bother to lock up all the windows, doors and even garage doors, simply because they don’t think they are at risk. Sure the neighborhood is safe and you know your neighbors really well, but the threat most often comes from outside your neighborhood. So, make sure to lock up. It could mean lives.
Home Surveillance System. These might be expensive, but well worth the price. Hidden home security cameras with nighttime vision are the most recommended while readily visible ones can be easily destroyed. To help, you can tie most of these systems right into just about any device or devices you want. Now you can find out if that strange noise was simply a stray animal or someone lurking about your home.
Safety is never overrated, so be safe and check out these other great tips and tricks for nighttime safety for your home, and most importantly, your peace of mind. Be safe!
Home safety is of utmost importance. Whether it’s just you or you have a family. The biggest thing most people overlook is electrical safety. Home electrical fires are estimated at around 51,000 fires a year, with nearly 500 deaths, over 1,400 injuries and $1.3 billion in damages. Naturally there are ways to reduce the risk to you and your family. Here’s a few tips to get you started.
- Light Bulbs: When using light bulbs be sure to use a bulb with the correct wattage for the fixture you are using it in. A higher wattage bulb can cause the fixture to overheat and possibly cause the bulb itself to explode.
- Outlets: When it comes to outlets it is always best not to overload them with extra adapters and power cords. Especially so in older homes that may not have a large enough power supply causing breakers to trip or overheat and very possibly cause major fires.
- Appliances: We own many more appliances now than used to be in the average home 50-60 years ago. Appliances from a simple clock to a computer generate heat. So be sure to give the appliance plenty of circulation space and never leave blankets, towels or anything that will cover them so that they do not overheat and cause an overload or short out an electrical socket.
Electrical fires can be such a dangerous and traumatic incident that following some simple tips can save you or your family’s lives and your family’s livelihood. Here are quite a few more suggestions on how to minimize the possibility of an electrical fire in the home.