Hamilton County Indiana Homes & Real Estate
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Hamilton County, Indiana is centrally located in the state, north of Indianapolis and is one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. Named after Alexander Hamilton, Hamilton County became the State’s fifty-first county in 1823. The county commissioners first met on May 5, 1823 at the house of William Connor, which also served as the circuit court. That home is one of the State’s oldest and featured as an exhibit in the popular Hamilton County living history museum that recreates 19th century life along the White River.
Noblesville is the county seat and on the list of the state’s 20 largest cities and towns along with Carmel and Fishers, both also located in Hamilton County. Hamilton County is composed of 8 incorporated cities and towns (Arcadia, Atlanta, Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Noblesville, Sheridan, and Westfield) that are served by 5 school districts (Carmel-Clay, Hamilton Heights, Hamilton Southeastern, Noblesville, and Sheridan) and a number of very popular private and parochial schools.
The population estimate in 2019 was 338,011 residents at a density of 690 residents per square mile. The median family income is the highest in the state at $95,376. The median resident age is 35.6 years. The County has a beautiful landscape of low rolling hills and though the southern area are rapidly growing suburban areas, the northern part of the county remains mostly agricultural. Out of a total area of 402.44 square miles, 8.17 square miles are water including the popular man-made Geist and Morse reservoirs that offer recreational opportunities and waterfront living.
Interstates 69 and 465, US ROutes 31, 52, and 421 and six State Roads run through the County. As of January 2022, there were 33 listings on the National Register of Historic Places including several historic districts. Hamilton County is part of Indiana’s 5th Congressional district, Indiana Senate districts 20,21,28,29, and 30, and House of Representatives districts 29, 32, 35, 36, 38, 39, 86, 87, and 88.