Lapel, Indiana Real Estate and Community Information
The town is located in Madison County, Stony Creek Township, Indiana. According to the 2010 United States census, the population was 2,100 residents. The town has maintained its rural charm and is an easy commute from Indianapolis, Noblesville and Anderson.
The town is served by the town Community School system and with one elementary, one junior high and one high school educates children from Kindergarten through grade 12. The school system is highly rated and considered one of the best in the state due to the continuous high scores students earn on state wide mandated tests. There are also several private schools in the area for families who prefer other educational options.
Real estate in town includes single and multi-family homes and undeveloped residential properties. Property is moderately priced and ideal for retirees and first time home buyers. Properties are all located in a family friendly neighborhood. The town enjoys a very low crime rate making the area desirable for families. Parties seeking real estate in town should contact Diane Wilson, realtor who will know the best property available and help home buyers to find the right home.
The area was uninhabited until the railroad was extended into the area in 1876. The name of the town came about because the strip of land where the town is located was shaped like certain parts of a coat. The railroad promoted residential growth and the town was home to a glass factory, golf club and a village fair that still attracts many visitors every year.
Parks and Recreation
The town Park Department
operates and maintains two parks, with plans for the construction of a third. Amenities include playgrounds, sports fields and courts, walking paths, skateboard facilities and a splash pad. The town also operates several shelters that are available for a fee and ideal for family and neighborhood celebrations. Hamilton County operates and maintains several parks and recreational
facilities in the area and offers camping, summer camps and facilities for rent.
Attractions and Activities
Family members of all ages will find a variety of things
to do and the activities include museums, family fun center, state parks and historic homes.
Events are designed to bring the community together and the town offers several events
every year to help celebrate the community. The events include concerts and music festivals, band concerts, charitable events, art shows and craft fairs and seasonal and holiday events. The most popular event is the annual town fair. The fair features music, food and exhibitions and family members of all ages with find something of interest.
Contact Diane Wilson