Zionsville Rail Trail Homes for Sale
For those who enjoy the great outdoors, there's nothing better than a long, secluded trail system on a sunny day. Immersing yourself in the sunshine, listening to the wind, animals, and insects about you, and getting exercise while taking in the scenic beauty of the Indiana countryside is a pretty hard thing to beat. The Zionsville Rail Trail is a great way to experience the simple pleasures of a nature trail.
Latest Zionsville Rail Trail Homes for Sale
This home is the best that The Village of Zionsville has to offer. Completely designed by Gary Nance and supervised by Ernie Dollard (R J Klein), it offers so much ...
3 Beds 3 Bath Areas 2903 SqFt
This home is for those who appreciate historic authenticity. Lovingly maintained, renovated and added on to by current owners for 28 years, selling is done only to m...
4 Beds 3 Bath Areas 3542 SqFt
Here it is! Sitting on over a half acre lot with an amazing outdoor space, this Estridge built Spring Knoll home could be yours! Boasting a main floor master, amazin...
4 Beds 3 Bath Areas 4163 SqFt
Total renovation just completed! Beautiful original white oak floors in living room, hall and all three bedrooms just refinished- wow! Kitchen and bath new and conte...
3 Beds 1 Bath Areas 1107 SqFt
Comfortable single story ranch in 4 star Zionsville schools. 2 good sized bedrooms, and finished space that used to be garage makes nice 3rd bedroom or family room o...
3 Beds 1 Bath Areas 1282 SqFt
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A 3.5 mile trail, the Zionsville Rail Trail is well equipped for biking, rollerblading, and hiking. The rail trail is located on an old railway line and takes visitors upwards through a massive boardwalk that spans Eagle Creek, the creek that eventually flows into Eagle Creek Park in Indianapolis.
The first part of the trail is asphalt, while the second is crushed limestone, making it a smooth, comfortable surface for any transportation.
The Zionsville Rail Trail begins at Starkey Nature Park, passes through Boone County, and proceeds through an old growth forest, before taking a tunnel under a road on the outskirts of Zionsville.
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