Sports fans sometimes like to be within a short drive of the Indiana Pacers and Colts’ venues, and nature enthusiasts love being by the many beautiful parks that you’ll find in Indianapolis. For those who enjoy attending performing arts events, buying a home in a neighborhood close by the Indiana Repertory Theatre or the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra might be a smart play. Downtown neighborhoods that have earned solid reputations include Old Northside, Cottage Home, and Lockerbie Square. Those who like to spend much of their time dining out at night will be pleased to experience the growing restaurant empire of local foodie players like Martha Hoover, and to enjoy the food on offer at area favorites like Patachou, pizza at Bazbeaux, or the classic St. Elmo Steak House. One of the great things about life in Indianapolis is that you’ll be near places for day trips, like Lafayette and Fort Wayne. In Lafayette, it’s fun to spend time at Wea Creak Orchard or enjoy a wine tasting at Wild Creek Winery. In Fort Wayne, visitors can take in the lush seasonal displays and stunning tropical garden at the Botanical Conservancy there. Fort Wayne also boasts an amazing art museum, as well as the nine days of arts celebrations, live music and tons of fun for the whole family that is the annual Three Rivers Festival.
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