Located just north of Indianapolis, Noblesville, Indiana is the dynamic home to the Ruoff Music Center, an outdoor music venue and the newly renovated Forest Park Depot
Noblesville is a city that embraces its past while looking ahead towards the future. Located just 23 miles north of downtown Indianapolis, Noblesville is a charming suburban city with convenient access to both I-69 and the I-465 loop. So, you can enjoy living in a spacious, comfortable community while still easily commuting to work.
With their nationally recognized schools, gorgeous parks, and vibrant downtown culture, it’s no surprise that Noblesville consistently ranks as one of the best places to live in Indiana.
Noblesville is the 14th largest city in the state with more and more people moving here each year. And it is the oldest and most established community in Hamilton County.
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Noblesville is a thriving city with a small-town feel.
Noblesville has countless opportunities for residents to pursue their passions and find their community. It has a creative culture with convenient access to all the amenities of the big-city metropolitan area around Indianapolis. But Noblesville maintains that small-town feel!
From the quaint historic buildings to the local arts scene, Noblesville is a growing city that stays true to its roots—a place that feels tight-knit because they truly treasure they are connected with one another. When you look for the neighborhood that’s right for you, know that Noblesville is a city where everyone can find their community and your family can feel at home.
As your Property Management service provider, Polaris Property Management offers full-service Property Management for many locations throughout Indianapolis and Central Indiana, including Noblesville.
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Noblesville is a city with a lot of history.
The city has done a fantastic job of preserving its historic buildings, especially in the main downtown Noblesville Square and its surrounding neighborhoods. Many of the streets leading towards the square are paved with their original bricks, and you can walk by a number of gorgeous Victorian style homes. At the center of the square, the Hamilton County Courthouse stands tall with its iconic clocktower, overlooking the city. The building served as a jail until 1977 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
You can even take a Ghost Tour from the Hamilton County Museum of History that will give you some interesting (and sometimes frightening!) insight into Noblesville’s past. Did you know that Charles Manson spent time in the Hamilton County Jail? But whether or not you’re interested in the spooky history, people are often first attracted to Noblesville for the quaint, old-fashioned aesthetic—only to fall in love with its small-town charm.
Noblesville Fun Facts!
- William Conner was the first settler of Noblesville. His property and historic home are now the site of Conner Prairie, an interactive living history museum and one of the most visited outdoor museums in the country.
Noblesville has several historic buildings on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Hamilton County Courthouse and the old Sheriff’s Residence and Jail.
The Rouff Music Center in Noblesville is the largest outdoor music venue in the Indy region. It has consistently ranked as one of the top five amphitheaters worldwide in attendance.
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