Meridian Hills Indiana is an area just outside of downtown Indianapolis and is technically part of the larger city of Indianapolis. It is located in Marion County inside Washington Township. Meridian Hills is a short 6 and a half miles north of the downtown Indianapolis core next to the area of Williams Creek. Meridian Hills is known as an affluent wooded residential area that is actually an “included town” of Indy with its own authority to levy taxes, pass ordinances and appoint its own police officers.
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The homes of Meridian Hills are beautiful and highly sought after from custom built colonials to ranch style homes and upscale condos. Home prices in Meridian Hills range from $400,000 to over $1 million. Residents enjoy the lush green trees everywhere and the opportunity to live along the river and smaller streams.
Holliday Park shares a border with Meridian Hills. It is a 94 acre park with a 13,000 square foot Nature Center, over three miles of walking/biking/running trails, bird and wildlife observation areas, playgrounds, gardens and White River public access. A popular spot at the park is The Ruins, a place where three huge statues constructed of Indiana limestone stand. The art is named “the Races of Man” and was recovered from the façade of St. Paul Building that once stood in New York City but was removed in the 1950’s.
The country club is a long-standing landmark and community tradition of Meridian Hills. It was opened in 1923 and many families have been part of the club since it opened. The country club features an 18 hole golf course designed by the prestigious course architect Bob Diddle. Other activities available at the club include racquet sports on clay, hard, and paddle courts as well as a fitness center, dining venues, and a Z-shaped swimming pool.
Though Meridian Hills seems far from the bustle of city life, Downtown Indy and Broad Ripple are within a short bike ride distance. Indy is full of countless activity from art galleries to sports games and concerts, to several restaurants and shops. Broad Ripple is another highly desirable neighborhood of Indianapolis just minutes from Meridian Hills. People love to visit Broad Ripple for its arts scene, night life, and great outdoor trails.
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