When Vince Peiffer and business partner Phil Carrao purchased the house at 640 E. 10th St. last year, it was in poor condition. All the floors were out of level, structural problems in the basement had to be addressed, and the siding was falling off. The two purchased the Chatham Arch neighborhood home, built in […]
Steve Chancellor, a well-known Republican donor and coal company executive, has welcomed many of the GOP’s elite to the 33,547-square-foot mansion since it was built in 1997. Now he’s put his palatial home on the market for $8.5 million.
When Dr. Ed Eppler purchased his then-rundown Chatham Arch home in 2016, he had a big vision for its future. Built in 1910, the brick structure at 628 N. East St. is narrow and deep. Dominated by small rooms and a little galley kitchen, it needed a lot of work. Three original fireplaces were hidden […]
While the holiday season might seem like it’s months away, the planning season has arrived. The best-laid plans can tap into a variety of resources to create an event that is safe, fun, memorable and—most of all—reflects appreciation for employees and clients alike. Whether you’ve planned many company parties, or you are putting together your […]
Previous owners Brian and Emily Mack spent 17 years living in and lovingly restoring the 1908 Craftsman home built by Carlos and Anne Recker. It was designed by Gustav Stickley and is the only known example of his work in Indianapolis.
Before purchasing their Meridian Street home, Jakob and Colette Wiesen lived almost directly behind it, on Illinois Street. During those years, they sat in their backyard and imagined what they might do with the beautiful 1927 Mediterranean Revival home and yard they could see.