On the market: An estate-like, urban home

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While this home on the Old Northside is a 132-year-old Victorian, it offers plenty of modern updates.

This seven-bedroom home previously was home to the Indianapolis Peace House and has a carriage home to accommodate guests or in-laws.

At more than 11,000 square-feet, the home feels estate-like but is located near the city’s urban core, not far from the new Bottleworks District.

It’s two stories with a finished attic and the basement has a secret wine cellar, according to the listing agent.

The home has white walls with dark contrasting floors and finishes. We love the arched openings throughout the home, the ceiling coffers and beams, and the wainscoting wall treatments that give it a traditional feel.

Upon entering, you’re greeted by a two separate living spaces and a beautiful staircase leading to the upper levels.

The kitchen is large with an island, an eat-in area and an attached formal dining room. The home also has several fireplaces

This home at 1421 Central Ave. is listed for $1.3 million. (Photos courtesy of Everhart Studio LTD)


The master suite includes an attached office (perfect for the work-from-home environment we’re currently in) and a large bathroom with double sinks and dual walk-in closets.

The home has a five-car garage and a renovated carriage house with two bedrooms, a living space and a full kitchen.

The outdoor space has a pergola and fire pit for entertaining.

The home at 1421 Central Ave. is listed for $1.3 million by Joe Everhart with Everhart Studio LTD.

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