4400 Meridian Street
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4400 Meridian StreetIndianapolis, IN 46208


Pending
$1,389,000
Asking Price
5
Bd
5
Ba
5,354
Sqft
0.65
Ac Lot

4400 Meridian Street Indianapolis, IN 46208


Single Family Property Type
21 daysTime on Dwellane
$259Price per sqft
3 carsGarage
1922Year Built
BasementDaylight/Lookout Win…

This beautifully French designed residence offers the opportunity to live in a comfortable, charming and an enjoyable lifestyle. The home is move-in ready. Some features are: domed living room ceiling, French doors , lead glass windows, back staircase, sitting room off primary bedroom, new and updated bathrooms, complete first floor sleeping quarters, attached 3 car garage and a enclosed backyard . The property falls within the boundary and added protection of the Meridian Street Preservation Commission act. Also, the property is part of the North Meridain Historic Placest and has the tag line of "One of America's Great Streets". Notable features of the area is the Governor's Residence 2 blocks north, Booth Tarkington's former home one block south and Butler University. The neighborhood has the convenience to neighborhood commercial districts.

Approximate location on a geospatial gridNorth Central Indy
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Year Built

1922

City

Indianapolis

Type

Single Family Residence

Neighborhood

Butler-Tarkington

County

Marion

Levels

Two

Full Bathrooms

4

Half Bathrooms

1

Garage Capacity

3

Living Area

5,354

Price per sqft

$259.43

Lot Size

0.65 ac / 28,227 sqft

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Listing Agent

William McLane
317-257-7718

Listing Provider

McLane Realty

MLS #

MBR21980472

Source

MIBOR as distributed by MLS GRID

Last Modified

Tue Jun 04 2024

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Butler-Tarkington

Approximate location on a geospatial gridNorth Central Indy
Butler-Tarkington media

Home to Butler University and adjacent to other Midtown neighborhoods Broad Ripple and Meridian Kessler, Butler-Tarkington’s residents love its older homes and tree-lined streets, as well as its educational, cultural, and recreational amenities. Anchored by the esteemed Butler University, the neighborhood enjoys a vibrant cultural scene with the iconic Clowes Memorial Hall hosting diverse performances. Residents can explore the scenic beauty of Holcomb Gardens, a botanical retreat adjacent to the university, and enjoy numerous recreational facilities, including swimming pools and tennis courts, at The Riviera Club. The neighborhood also features unique shopping and dining options, including locally-owned Lunch Money Boutique, Kids Ink Children's Bookstore, and Byrne's Grilled Pizza at Butler-Tarkington's charming "Main Street" at 56th & Illinois.

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