Have you ever hopped on Zillow or another real estate website just to browse houses? Nothing wrong with a little window shopping right? How about taking a peak at some of the most expensive houses in the state you live in? I got curious, so I did a little digging. I found the 10 most expensive houses in the state of Indiana (that are currently for sale).
1. 9303 E 1100 N, Syracuse – $11,000,000
You might know this home better as the Historic Crow’s Nest Inn. It has a beautiful lake front and a great view. My biggest problem is the fact that the house has been on the market for that price for more than a year and doesn’t have better pictures. They should want us to see what the inside looks like! The house has a total of 7 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. I don’t know about you, but the taxes on this property alone are more than I make in a year.
2. 5799 Sunset Ln, Indianapolis – $8,500,000
This house features six bedrooms and 10 and a half bathrooms. The first thing that comes to mind is why the heck does it have more bathrooms than bedrooms?! The fireplaces in the home are from the 1600-1800’s! Pretty cool!
3. 3413 S Wallick Road, Peru – $6,900,000
Again, why are there almost twice as many bathrooms than bedrooms? That being said, I absolutely love the rooms in this house. There are 7 bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. There is even a guest house with an auto pavilion that you can store 8 different cars in!
4. 1425 Castania Way, Indianapolis – $6,500,000
This home has 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. According to the listing, it has 18 different rooms and a very open floor plan. What I really like about this home is the Asian-style theme. From the moment you walk in the door you are brushed with Asian décor. I think it is beautiful!
5. 5916 N 300 W, Fremont – $5,700,000
This is another example of a home that is so expensive, you would think they could take better pictures. I also scratch my head at why a home with only 4 bedrooms is so expensive to begin with. It does sit on a secure waterfront. It has a main residence, coach house with locker room and gym, maintenance building, and guest house (guess that explains the cost…) If you have an allergy to trees, you might not be a huge fan because there are over 500 trees bordering the residence.
6. 9950 Spring Mill Rd, Indianapolis – $4,000,000
This home features 5 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Finally, one that makes sense! However, I would want a house with a lot more bedrooms if I was going to spend 4 million dollars on it. It has a great pool, a huge patio, and a garage you can fit four cars in!
7. 3405 Lake Shore Dr, Michigan City – $3,999,000
This house has 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms. What really gets me is the fact that there is an elevator inside of this home! The steam and dry shower is also a nice touch.
8. 10606 Brooks School Rd, Fishers – $3,685,000
This home has 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. Still do not understand the more bathroom thing… I really like how they have the rooms set up. The furniture is nice and spaced out instead of crowded like I’ve seen in a few of these houses. Pretty sure I saw two or three dining areas inside of the home. Guess you can eat family meals in different places?
9. 415 Springwood Dr, Carmel – $3,650,000
This home as 5 bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms. I’m beginning to think all expensive house shave to have a pool. You better like stairs to live here because it has a lot of them. There is a theater, wine cellar, and fitness room inside of this home. What gets me about this home is the lack of furnishings in the pictures. Where’s the furniture? This is the first expensive luxury home I’ve seen without furniture inside!
10. 3650 Spring Hollow Rd, Indianapolis – $3,500,000
This house is absolutely beautiful on the outside and the inside. It has 8 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms. Outside of the pictures, I’m a little disappointed they do not tell you more about what kind of rooms the home has to offer. Guess you would have to see it to find out!
Living in one of these house is something I would never – ever – be able to afford. That being said, it doesn’t make them any less fun to look at. Do you have a favorite house from this list? Share your thoughts in the comments!