New Homes in Greenfield

Fischer Homes builds new homes in Greenfield, Indiana in central Hancock County. The city maintains it’s rich heritage while attracting new developments. For instance, the 19th-century courthouse remains the centerpiece of the historic city. In 2010, Greenfield reported a little over 20,000 people and over 5,000 families living in the city.

U.S. Route 40 passes through the center of the city and leads 21 miles west to downtown Indianapolis. Interstate 70 parallels US-40, passing through the northern part of Greenfield offering easy access to other areas around Indianapolis.

The city hosts a variety of special events. Events include fitness festivals, holiday events, and farmer’s markets, for example. Furthermore, the children living in Greenfield attend the highly acclaimed, Greenfield-Central Community School District. The district includes four elementary schools, two intermediate schools, a junior high school, and high school. Greenfield-Central High School underwent renovation in 2011 to accommodate the population growth.

Manufacturing is a large contributor to the economy in Greenfield as it homes the headquarters for companies like Avery Dennison, Covance, Stanley Black and Decker, and Indiana Automotive Fasteners.

Things to do in Greenfield

Main Street in Downtown Greenfield is a walkable and bikeable historic community. The city offers a wide variety of shops, local eateries, and amazing architecture.

The Pennsy Trail, a wooded 5.6-mile trail that runs along the south end of town. It offers a link to Indiana’s vast trail system through Traillink. Once, these trails served as old railroad corridors. Now, they are a reminder of the past and serve as biking/walking routes around the city.

Located to the east of historic downtown Greenfield is Riley Park. Riley Park is a 40-acre recreational park that includes a skate park, sports courts, and playgrounds. The park flows to Brandywine Creek and into the Big Blue River and East fork White River.

Riley swimming pool is also located nearby. The Riley family is the name namesake to the Riley Children’s Hospital at IU medical center in Indianapolis.

Fischer Homes in Greenfield

Fischer Homes in Greenfield are both stylish and affordable. Meridian East at Springhurst offers homes from the $170s – $250s+. The homes available are included in the Maple Street Collection. In addition, the community offers features including a pool, clubhouse, and playground.

As another example, the Mercer is the model home at nearby Meadows of Springhurst. This plan is part of Fischer Homes Designer Collection. The collection includes the stylish designs that homeowners today are looking for. The exteriors are inspired by Coastal Craftsman, Classic American, and English Heritage design, for example.

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