Knollwood Neighborhood, located on the near northeast side of Indianapolis, is a hilltop residential enclave consisting of 31 single family, custom-built homes situated less than 5 minutes from I-465 or from Fort Harrison golf resort/conference center and its 1700-acre State Park and a mere 20 minutes from either Keystone at the Crossing or downtown Indianapolis. Ours is a community where Brown Countyesque beauty connects seamlessly with capital city amenities.
Knollwood’s lodge-like contemporary homes alternate with gracious traditionals, creating a dynamic juxtaposition of eras, both the modern and the classic. Executive-level residences reflect the higher quality construction of earlier build eras, with spacious rooms that possess great flow, whether open and loft-like or more formally laid out. Thanks to late 20th century design savvy, Knollwood homes serve perfectly the lifestyles of today. Most of Knollwood’s homes have exposed lower levels, with standard, over-sized and attached garages, a plus for all seasons. Generous closets and storage spaces abound, and work + entertainment-friendly kitchens welcome both family and friends to help create houses that embody the truest meaning of Home.
Knollwood is what you could call a place of “forever” homes, where turnover has always been notably low. Centrally located in the award-winning Lawrence Township School System (Fall Creek Middle School and Lawrence North High School), Knollwood is also just minutes from the Cathedral, Heritage Christian School and Horizon Academy campuses. Knollwood has its own homeowner’s association, with a proactive, maintenance-minded board, and our residents are eligible to join the greater Sargent Road Association.
Comparable architecturally and in ambience to Eden Glen in Carmel and Pickwick Farms in Washington Township, Knollwood benefits from Lawrence Township taxation which, as a long-established community, results in lower rates than surrounding high-growth communities. Knollwood is just secluded enough to have remained a residential “best kept secret,” with easier downtown access than the many developments situated farther from Indy’s circle center. The routes in all directions in and out of Knollwood are well-established major roads and highways, which only gets better as infrastructure is newly constructed and improved.