A Tudor Revival house in Indianapolis, a Colonial Revival home in Lancaster and an updated Craftsman bungalow in Walla Walla.

  1. The Addison Group

  2. The Addison Group

  3. The Addison Group

  4. The Addison Group

  5. The Addison Group

  6. The Addison Group

  7. The Addison Group

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This home is in the Meridian-Kessler neighborhood, less than a mile from a number of popular bars and restaurants, including a jazz club, a pub housed in a 1933 building and a barbecue spot with a beer garden. It is also close to Butler University, a private school with around 4,500 undergraduate students.

The Indiana State Capitol complex is about 15 minutes away by car. Indianapolis International Airport is half an hour away. Driving to St. Louis or Chicago takes less than three hours.

Size: 3,891 square feet

Price per square foot: $244

Indoors: This house sits behind a wide lawn with a mature tree in one corner.

The front door opens into a foyer with hardwood floors, a grand staircase to the second level and walls adorned with picture molding.

The hardwood floors continue through a wide arch to the left, into a living room with a fireplace framed by black-painted molding. Through a smaller arched doorway next to the fireplace is a sunny home office with floating shelves and tile floors.

Beyond the living room is an open dining room and kitchen with stainless steel appliances, a large center island and space for a table beneath a simple brass chandelier. A windowed breakfast room with slate-tile floors is off the kitchen. A powder room with a vintage-style wall-mounted sink is also in this part of the house.

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