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Herron-Morton Place

The intersection of 22nd and Alabama Streets is located in historic Herron-Morton Place. The revitalization of this neighborhood has made it one of the most sought after communities in Indianapolis. The home is in a walkable location near restaurants, coffee shops, and breweries. The eight homes at this intersection have been designed to complement the historic character of Herron-Morton while offering a fresh, modern appeal. Prices start at $349,900. Each has a private two-car garage, a personal backyard, a basement, and upscale finishes which include granite or quartz, 10-foot ceilings, 8-foot solid-core doors, wood floors, barn doors, and unique modern touches throughout. The Onyx+East show home highlights a rooftop terrace with an outdoor kitchen and is now available for $485,500.

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Builder: Onyx + East

At Onyx+East, we create unique, personal living experiences for our residents and sustainable properties for our communities. As an urban-minded builder, we treat every project as a piece of art, ensuring each property combines livability, convenience, viability, and comfort. Onyx+East provides a semi-custom building experience. We offer high-level modern standards and a large variety of upgrade options. We work with you on design, finish selection, and to define your space, turning a blank canvas into a place you call home. During construction we have a transparent, open-door policy giving you direct contact with your construction manager, a pre-construction meeting, a new home orientation, and the opportunity for you to attend several quality inspections.

Neighborhood: Herron-Morton Place

Kerron-Morton’s assortment of modern and historic housing has attracted a mix of residents, from young couples to emptynesters, and there are plenty of activities that bring everyone together. Bound by 22nd Street on the north end, 16th Street on the south, Central Avenue to the east, and Pennsylvania Street on the west, the area boasts excellent dining options like Shoefly Public House, Foundry Provisions, and Tinker Street. An active community, they host Oktoberfest in September and Talbot Street Art Fair in the summer among other neighborhood gatherings.

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