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Greenfield, Indiana Homes & Real Estate

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Greenfield is a Central Indiana city located east of Indianapolis in Hancock County.  The population estimate in 2019 was 23.006 residents.  Greenfield has a total area of 13.71 square miles at an average elevation of 883 feet.  Greenfield is approximately 38 miles from the Indianapolis International Airport, and 25 miles from Monument Circle in Downtown Indianapolis. 

Greenfield was chosen as the county seat for Hancock County in 1828.  The National Road, U.S. 40, was built through Greenfield around 1835 and was heavily traveled by wagon, taking most travelers to Indianapolis from Cincinnati.  If you continue west along US-40 it traverses Indianapolis, and continues through Plainfield and Hendricks County. The first steam railroad was completed by the Indiana General Assembly at the south edge of Greenfield in 1853, continuing the town’s growth.  In 1876, Greenfield was incorporated as a city.

Greenfield-Central Community Schools serves approximately 4,396 students in grades PK-12 and spent an average of $8,115 per student in 2020.  Most of Greenfield-Central Schools’ statewide student assessment scores were above the state average in 2019.  Greenfield-Central High School, home of the Cougars, has a 94.3% 4-year graduation rate with 40.3% of students earning an Honors diploma.