With around 56,000 residents and a little under half an hour
from downtown Indy, Noblesville, Indiana may not sound like the best or most
interesting spots around Indianapolis, but those of us who live here can tell
you otherwise. We’re only a short drive away from downtown Indy, but in Noblesville
you’ll still get the laid back suburban lifestyle that so many Midwesterners crave.
With an A+ overall grade on Niche.com and rated in the top 10 Best Suburbs to Live
in Indiana, it’s no wonder that we love our city so much. Read on for some of
the top reasons we’ll never leave Noblesville.
We may not be the flashiest or biggest Indy suburb, but
we do have history that most of our neighboring cities don’t have. Founded over
150 years ago, Noblesville is older than our state capital, and in fact, rumor
has it that officials chose to move the capital to Indy at the house of a
Noblesville co-founder in 1820. You can still see the history as you walk
through downtown, from the texture of older buildings to the various plaques
scattered around town.
Though we have a long history that doesn’t mean
Noblesville is old fashioned. We have grown and embraced change over time, but
we still haven’t lost our small-town feel. Like any good Midwest city, you’ll
be able to find a friendly face no matter where you go. Residents and officials
alike are striving to embrace the modern while still honoring our past, and community leaders have even coined the phrase “hipstoric” to describe how we
straddle those two sides.
While Noblesville is great for singles, it’s also the perfect
place to raise a family. No matter what age, Noblesville has a ton to offer. We
have outdoor activities at Morse Reservoir or Forest Park, or you can schedule
a tee time at Harbour Trees Golf course. If nature isn’t your thing you can
check out the Hamilton Town Center or Klipsch Music Center, both with plenty
going on year-round. For school-aged kids, the Hamilton County School system is
regularly nominated as one of the best in the state. Whether or not you decide
to have kids, you can find your family here in Noblesville!
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