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Welcome to Forest Hills!

The historic Forest Hills neighborhood has been an Indianapolis standout since 1922. Our residents are known for established and growing families, singles, and acceptance for all.

While the houses feature enchantingly unique architecture and quaint yards with mature trees, one of Forest Hill’s most alluring aspects is the community atmosphere evidenced as one strolls along the garden-lined sidewalks. Many a lifelong friendship have been forged in this charming environment.

Bounded by College Ave, Kessler Ave, Northview Ave and the Monon Trail, Forest Hills occupies the northeast corner of the larger Meridian-Kessler neighborhood on the north side of Indianapolis. The neighborhood is easily accessible to many of Indianapolis’ best amenities such as Broad Ripple Village, Broad Ripple Park, Butler University, the Glendale Town Center, Castleton Square Mall, and the Fashion Mall at Keystone. Also nearby are some of Indy’s elite golf and social clubs including Meridian Hills Country ClubHighland Golf and Country ClubWoodstock Club, and Broadmoor Country Club. Sitting right on the Monon Trail, the neighborhood is perfect for outdoor recreation. Due to it’s central location, Forest Hills is only a short drive to downtown Indianapolis, Carmel, and Fishers.

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