My mother's proclamation that Zionsville Indiana is the "nicest little town I've seen" carries weight. Between traveling the world as a military wife and visiting her children, whose addresses span the country, she's got a lot to compare it to.
Personally, I think she's right. Founded in 1852, Zionsville is the perfect blend of upscale boutiques, art and antique shops, and quaint eateries lining a charming, brick-paved Main Street. Community parks, sports leagues, and other recreation venues also contribute to the town's idyllic small-town feel. Zionsville homes are some of the most spectacular in Central Indiana, and include everything from early 1900s bungalows in the historic downtown area to sprawling country estates and horse farms. Zionsville schools are ranked among the top in the state, which makes Zionsville real estate even more attractive!
The Sanctuary on Main Street is a former church featuring the works of Nancy Noel, an internationally-known artist and Zionsville resident! A tour of the gallery (the art and the setting are equally breathtaking) followed by lunch in the cafe is one of my favorite things to do in Zionsville. If it's an outdoor adventure you seek, consider visiting the Zion Nature Center where you can hike along scenic trails and enjoy exhibits of native Indiana wildlife.
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