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Carmel IN Homes & Real Estate

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Carmel, IN.

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Carmel September 17, 2021
66
Listed
37
Avg. DOM
$209.10
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$631,500
Med. List Price
66 Properties
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Starting to consider the purchase of a home near Carmel? Contact your top realty team, The Bell Group, at (317) 751-2300. Local real estate agents are prepared to help you through the Carmel, IN real estate market.

Carmel is a Central Indiana city north of Indianapolis in Hamilton County.  The population estimate in 2019 was 101,068 residents.  The town was originally named Bethlehem, but renamed to Carmel when incorporated in 1874.  One of the first traffic signals in the United States was installed in Carmel at Main Street and Rangeline Road.  Carmel has a total area of 50.17 square miles at an average elevation of 853 feet.  Carmel is approximately 36 miles from the Indianapolis International Airport, and 19 miles from Monument Circle in Downtown Indianapolis. 

Carmel has received many accolades in recent years including #1 best place to live by Niche in 2017 and 2018, #3 best place to live by Money Magazine in 2014, #1 best place to live by CNN Money Magazine in 2012, and #1 best place in US to launch a career by Money Magazine in 2018. Carmel has many great features including the Carmel Arts & Design District, Carmel City Center, Monon Community Center, Monon Trail, Carmel Farmer’s Market, and more!

Carmel Clay Schools serves approximately 16,395 students in grades PK-12 and spent an average of $9,564 per student in 2020.  All of Carmel Schools’ statewide student assessment scores were above the state average in 2019.  Carmel High School has a 95% 4-year graduation rate with 60.5% of students earning an Honors diploma.  Carmel High School’s mascot is the Greyhound.  Carmel also has several private schools.

 

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