Overview of Indianapolis
Choosing a townhouse
rental in the heart of Indianapolis puts
you in prime position to take advantage of all that downtown Indianapolis
living has to offer. With the added space and privacy that a townhouse can
provide over an apartment, you can use this rental property to unwind and
rest easy after a long day of working downtown or exploring the local
attractions. Unlike a small apartment, a townhouse rental has the potential
to grow with you and your family's needs. Often designed with more than one
or two bedrooms and featuring the latest appliances, a townhouse can be a
great transition property for a young working professional.
People living in townhouse rentals located
downtown have access to the area's more than 200 shops, 300 restaurants and
bars, dozens of museums, and multiple professional sports events and races.
Contrasting all the jazz and excitement of the city is its woodlands,
wetlands, and meadows woven in between and adjacent to the art museums. Visit
a 35-acre lake in the green area known as the 100 Acres Virginia B. Fairbanks
Art & Nature Park, one of the largest in the country. With a flexible
rental property and such a variety of local amusements, what more could a
renter ask for in a city?
Indianapolis Neighborhoods with Townhouse Rentals
- Broad Ripple
- Canal and White
River State Park
- Fountain Square
- Indiana Ave.
- Massachusetts Ave.
- Wholesale District
Additional Indianapolis neighborhoods:
- Edgewood Ave.
- Far Northwest
- Island Village
- Westchester Estates