INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Nov. 15, 2019 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Held in the popular Bates-Hendricks area, just South of downtown Indianapolis, 14 homes will be open for public touring on Friday, November 15 from 4-7 p.m. and Saturday, November 16 from 1-4 p.m. Sponsored by: Larry Nuff of Fancher Mortgage, Pillar to Post Home Inspectors of Indianapolis, Kristin Rafferty-Burdine of Century 21 Scheetz and Heather Neuner of Finance of America.
The “best of the best” homes in Bates-Hendricks were selected for this tour, all featuring stunning floor plans with modern designs and amenities. From gorgeous, new construction to stunning, renovated homes, enjoy the sights, sounds, and tastes where urban living meets neighborhood charm.
Drawings at each house will feature prizes from local merchants in the area.
714, 722 and 704 Terrace Avenue
625 & 843 Weghorst Street
528, 818 & 837 Lincoln Street
244 Iowa Street
1537 S New Jersey
409, 532, 619 & 920 Minnesota Street
“We are very honored to have local Bates-Hendricks support and participation from Lincoln Lane Coffee, Dathouse, ARC Fitness, Fatboy’s Barber Shop and Re-Craft, Bosphorus Café and the Bates-Hendricks Neighborhood Association,” Kristin Rafferty-Burdine, Realtor with Century 21 Scheetz says. “This community adds so much to the city of Indianapolis through its local non-profit and community center, Lincoln Lane and the local Bates-Hendricks Neighborhood Association who is bringing neighbors together to cultivate friendships, restore neighborhood parks and sponsoring community events.”
She adds, “Through this free and fun event, we hope to drive more Indy residents to the area who are curious and unfamiliar, as well as those interested in the experience of living in Bates-Hendricks.”
Start at any location where you’ll be greeted by a realtor who will provide more information, maps and answer all your questions. Information on the homes, renovations, design and the home buying process will be available. Mortgage representatives and home inspectors will be available to answer questions. Local restaurants, shops and non-profit groups will be there to answer questions on how to get involved.
Homes featured range in price from $215,000 to $450,000.
Participating agents: Chris Smith of Hoosier Realtors, Jocelyn Deal of Trueblood Real Estate, Liz Marks-Strauss of F.C. Tucker, Martine Locke Gallery of Homes, Gabby Sherfick and Kristin Rafferty-Burdine from Century 21 Scheetz, Toni Harpster from Front Porch, Josh Martin with Remax, Barbara Whiteside with Succeed Real Estate, Sarah Moore of ERA, Kate Mellen of EXP Realty and Chris Jarrett of Hive Realty Group.
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Century 21 Scheetz
News Source: Kristin Rafferty-Burdine of Century 21 Scheetz