If we told you there’s a small town just 20 minutes north of Indy that’s filled with all the Midwestern charm in the world, what would you think? Well, guess what, friends – it’s true, and this little town is truly something else. This town, with a population of just over 27,000 people, truly embodies the vibe of the Midwest. It’s small, walkable, and ridiculously friendly. It’s beautiful and full of intriguing history that goes way back to the 1820s. It’s the town of Zionsville, and it’s no surprise that this little place comes up again and again in lists of the best places to live in the United States. This little town might just be the most Midwestern town in Indiana, and folks are always, always, raving about it. Check it out:

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