Indianapolis | $365,000
A three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom house built in 2016, on a 0.2-acre lot
This house is in the St. Clair Place neighborhood, a bustling section of Indianapolis with an active community association. The area’s main thoroughfare, 10th Street, is a few blocks away, putting this home within easy walking or biking distance of several pubs, a brewery and a community center.
Bottleworks District, a mixed-use development on the site of a former Coca-Cola bottling plant that includes a food hall and a movie theater, is five minutes away. Indianapolis International Airport is a 20-minute drive. Cincinnati, Chicago and Louisville, Ky., are less than three hours away.
Size: 1,662 square feet
Price per square foot: $220
Indoors: From the street, paved steps lead up to a covered porch.
The front door opens into a living room with engineered-wood flooring and large windows overlooking the street. This space flows into a windowed dining area big enough to hold a long table.
The adjacent kitchen has stainless steel appliances, new quartz countertops and a pearlescent-tile backsplash. A powder room is nearby, as is a mudroom with access to the backyard.
All three bedrooms are on the second floor, reached by stairs near the entry. The primary suite, at the back of this level, has a large closet and an en suite bathroom with a walk-in shower and a vanity topped with white quartz. Two guest rooms are across the hall, each large enough to hold a queen-size bed and a desk. They share an updated bathroom off the hallway. A laundry room with a washer and dryer is also on this level.
Outdoor space: The flat backyard is enclosed by a wood fence, with a shed for storing gardening equipment and a paved path leading to the back gate. The detached garage has one parking spot.
Taxes: $2,208 (estimated)
Contact: Chelsea Noble, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Indiana Realty, 217-474-3212; bhhsinrealty.com
Waitsfield, Vt. | $365,000
A two-bedroom, one-bathroom condominium in an 1830 building
Once a single-family home, this house has been divided into four units; this one occupies part of the top floor. The property is close to the Great Eddy Covered Bridge, built in 1833 and one of the oldest continuously operating covered bridges in Vermont. Walking across it, over the Mad River and into the heart of Waitsfield takes less than five minutes. The town is quaint, with a number of businesses, including a bakery, a pottery store and a wine shop, all within a few blocks.
Montpelier, the state capital, is about half an hour away. Driving to Burlington, Vermont’s largest city, takes less than an hour.
Size: 948 square feet
Price per square foot: $385
Indoors: The unit’s front door opens to a staircase that leads up to the living area on the main level.
This space has hardwood floors made of red oak, an accent wall painted a deep blue, a skylight and glass doors that open to a private deck. A breakfast bar with room for two stools divides the living area from the kitchen, which has stainless steel Bosch appliances, several walls painted bright yellow and space for a small table near a bay of windows. (All the furniture is available to buy.)
A hallway off the living room leads to the two bedrooms. The primary bedroom has a deep green accent wall, large windows and enough space for a king-size bed. The bedroom across the hall has pale pink walls and more large windows. They share a bathroom with slate floors and a new wood vanity.
Outdoor space: The private deck offers sweeping views of the rural Vermont landscape. The unit includes an attached garage space with parking for one car.
Taxes: $4,260 (estimated) and a $322 monthly homeowner association fee
Contact: Caroline Marhefka, Four Seasons Sotheby’s International Realty, 802-272-1550; sothebysrealty.com
Washington, Ga. | $375,000
An early 19th-century farmhouse with five bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms, on a 0.5-acre lot
Originally two houses built around 1828, this home was joined into a single structure in the mid-19th century. The current owners bought it in 2019 and did an extensive renovation, working to preserve the original charm while updating the kitchen and bathrooms.
Washington is a small city, with a grocery store, a hardware store and several historic house museums within a few blocks of this property. An increasing number of residents commute to larger cities nearby, including Augusta and Athens, home to the main campus of the University of Georgia, both about an hour’s drive.
Size: 3,808 square feet
Price per square foot: $98
Indoors: The house is set back from the street, behind a lawn, with a wide covered porch big enough to hold chairs or a swing.
The front door opens into a foyer with original heart pine floors and a staircase to the second level.
The hardwood floors continue into a living room with a crystal chandelier and a fireplace with a brick surround. This space connects to a dining room with another crystal chandelier and another fireplace. A powder room, a laundry room and an office with access to the rear deck are off the dining room.
The kitchen, at the back of the house, has exposed ceiling beams, white cabinetry and a center island and counters topped with butcher block.
The primary suite is on the first floor, to the left of the foyer. It has an accent wall papered in a floral print, a windowed alcove facing the front yard and a bathroom with a claw-foot tub and a separate walk-in shower.
Four more bedrooms are upstairs. The larger two face the front of the property. One of the others has access to a covered balcony overlooking the backyard; the fourth is used as a study. There are two bathrooms on this level, off the hallway. One has a claw-foot bathtub and patterned-tile floors, and the other has a shower with a frosted-glass door.
Outdoor space: The wood deck behind the house has ample space for dining and grilling. The backyard is landscaped with grass. The garage and covered parking area hold a total of five cars.
Taxes: $1,980 (estimated)
Contact: Ginny VanOostrom-Willett, Algin Realty, 770-616-4460; searchalginrealty.com
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