Homes that live.
Homes that live.
G.B. was just out of college in 1985 when he started helping friends buy and sell their homes, just as his father and grandfather had done for decades. Like them, he sold what he knew. Four generations of his family have called the Indianapolis North Side their home and he lives in the Meridian Hills area today. G.B. grew up chiefly in Butler-Tarkington and Crows Nest/Meridian Hills while attending School 86, Orchard, and Park-Tudor. Washington Township and Midtown is in his blood -- the history of the homes, the personalities, the tucked-away gems, and, of course, its unique and varied housing market. More
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Behind the brick wall, 3733 Spring Hollow Road will delight its new owner with approximately 5,000 square feet of living space on three upper floors. Four or five bedrooms, depending on choice. Dramatic spaces with marble, hardwoods, and a plethora of sunny windows are oriented to the private grounds. Lovely gardens feature fountains and mature plantings. The large renovated kitchen areas are well-suited to entertaining. Miele, Dacor, Sub-Zero appliances. The three-car garage includes a large walk-up storage attic. Hand-crafted wallcoverings by Walter Knabe are featured in some spaces.
Offered for $849,900.
G.B Landrigan is often asked to comment on the Indianapolis area real estate market. He has been quoted in The Indianapolis Star, Indianapolis Monthly, and the Indianapolis Business Journal. He has also appeared on WTHR-TV and WISH-TV. A new article in Indianapolis Monthly discusses the potential impact were Indianapolis to be named Amazon's second headquarters.