Under Contract: 322 West 8th Street, Anderson

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Okay, now we are talking!

This majestic Queen Anne mansion is being offered for sale for the first time in decades!

Located on elegant Eighth Street--which boasts block after block of the highest-end, historic homes in the fair City of Anderson--this 1896 masterpiece is now pending with our wonderful clients.

When I say this home is incredible, I ain't kidding.

At all.

I mean, check out the pictures: all the original woodwork, pocket doors, oak trim, an oversized double lot, carriage house, in-ground pool and hot tub--all along the city's most sought-after street and mere blocks from downtown?

Uh, YEAH! 

This is what we in real estate call a "no-brainer".


Psst...lemme let you in on a little secret. Anderson is one of the Indy Metro's most affordable communities.

A quaint city with a small town feel, you can find a lot of things to do up here.

Like what, you ask?

Well, there's the amazing Andrew-Carnegie-built Anderson Museum of Art.

There's the magnificent Mounds State Park, hiking trails, nature center and ancient history (those mounds date back to 160 B.C.!) 

We saw an abundance of locally owned restaurants and breweries, such as the famous Oakley Brother's Distillery.

And don't miss the Anderson Gas Light Festival, which is a nod to the city's rich history when natural gas deposits were abundant in the area. 

And the best part?

A little money can buy a lot of house up there, and it's only 20 minutes away from Hamilton County.

You know, that Hamilton County--one of the wealthiest counties in this entire state.

Want to live close to the area but don't want to pay Hamilton County taxes?

Madison County, where Anderson is located, ain't that far from it and the taxes are much lower.

I'm not saying that it's the next Irvington/Fountain Square/McCordsville/Fortville...

...I'm just saying that if I had an extra $339,900 lying about, that would be MY house.

Congratulations to my clients!

Honored to be of service.

With Gratitude,