A home in Bartholomew County, outside of Columbus, with a private lake is pictured.

View From The Top

As Southern Indiana cities like Columbus continue to densify, home renovations will increase so homeowners can age or retire in place.

The Invasive Species Threatening Indy’s Ecosystems

Earth may have yet to endure a War of the Worlds–level invasion, but our ecosystem isn't so lucky. Here are the species plaguing Indiana and how you can combat them.
The front of a large house as the sun sets behind it.

Black Beauties

New real-estate finds boasting dark exteriors and new finishes hit the market around Indy at just under $2 million.

Shop Talk: Two Chicks District Co.

Two Chicks District Co. reopens in the heart of downtown Noblesville.

Realty Check: Divine Time Capsule

A 1972 Avriel Shull–designed home in Kokomo sells in record time for $400,000.
A blonde woman sits in front of a home recording set up composed of a microphone attached to a desk with a boom arm, a soundboard, and a computer monitor. Various chotchkies and knick knacks sit upon the desk and on the walls.

Open Door: My Radio Studio

Indy 500 correspondent and WJJK Classic Rock Queen Laura Steele let us into the broadcasting hub of her Carmel home.

Realty Check: Home Game

This house could be the thing that finally confers a permanent home-field advantage on any perspective buyer.

Shop Talk: Virginia Tile

A shiny new flagship tile showroom opens in Keystone at the Crossing.

Saved By The Bell

An old brick schoolhouse languishing among the cornfields of Franklin once housed farm animals, had rain falling on the inside, and desperately needed some TLC. A Hoosier family by way of New York understood the assignment.

Would You Rather Have A Forest Nest Or A Design Dream?

If you're after a large, light-filled home in the $1 to $1.5 million bracket, here are two distinctive possibilities.