About Noblesville, IndianaFounded in 1823, Noblesville is described as a “whole life community”, meaning it is a place where residents can do everything from raising a family to pursuing a career, to retiring and everything in between. Located about 20 miles northeast of Indianapolis, the county seat of Hamilton County, Noblesville has an evident historic past as well as a lively future in the modern economy. With easy access to Interstate Highway 69 and two major highways through the city, Noblesville is poised to become a bustling center of residential and commerce. New home and business construction is found throughout the city; however, brick-paved streets and some of its architectural elements enhance the already rich and historic heritage. Homes in Noblesville range from $50,000 to well over $2 Million.
Downtown Noblesville is a diverse commercial district, where you can find coffee shops, cafes, antique stores, and professional offices, not to mention Victorian homes dating from the late 1800s. Downtown Noblesville is also home to various attractions, such as the Indiana Transportation Museum and the White River Canoe Company. Further away from Downtown Noblesville, you’ll find the Hamilton Town Center outdoor shopping mall boasting modern shops and restaurants. Verizon Wireless Music Center (formerly Deer Creek Music Center) is host to national music tours and special events.
Noblesville is also home to a number of golf clubs and public parks. Nearby Morse Reservoir offers various water sports and boating activities.