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Historic Fletcher Place Home

Walking through this house in Historic Fletcher Place makes you wonder what the walls would say if they could talk.  It was built just after the civil war by a man who owned a stone cutting business who did stone work for monument circle and many other notable buildings, churches, and colleges around the city and state.   From the exposed brick, the curved staircase, to the original hardwoods in the interior and the wonderful limestone and brick and ornate trim-work on the exterior, this home is just amazing.  We are beyond excited to start work on this house!  It is a huge project that will take the best guys we have to bring it to it’s full glory.  The location is to die for.  Nestled just a block off of the cultural trail, just minutes from Fountain Square, Mass Ave and all that Indy down town has to offer.  You don’t want to miss this one.   It will require a pretty extensive rehab, but I can’t wait to see how it goes.

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East Side 4 bedroom

We just started rehab on this 2 bedroom house near 10th and Mitthoeffer on the east side.  It had major foundation issues that helped us get it at a steep discount.  We had to completely remove one wall of the basement foundation and replace it.  When replacing it, we were able to egress windows which allowed us to add two more additional bedrooms and a nice rec room in the basement in addition to adding a complete bathroom.  The house went from being a 2/1 with an unfinished basement to being a 4/2 with a fully finished basement.  The work has just begun so stay tuned for updates.  Here is what it started as…

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