Village of West Clay in Carmel Indiana Offers Modern Living With Vintage Charm!

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The Village of WestClay in Carmel Indiana offers a modern twist on the old-fashioned concept of community. Considered one the best examples of New Urbanism design in the Midwest, WestClay features architecture reminiscent of the mid-1800s, a walkable blend of residential and retail groupings, inviting porches, sidewalks, andTown Hall Village at WestClay antique-style street lamps, all of which lend to the vintage feel of the neighborhood. Luxury townhomes, cottages and executive homes blend effortlessly with equally appealing specialty shops, restaurants, walking paths, pools and parks to create a hometown feel that makes it easy to understand why residents love this unique Carmel Indiana neighborhood

Like small towns of old, the community is built around the Village Center, where residents can shop, dine and gather in a convenient, central location. And it's all within walking distance! WestClay residents also enjoy all the amenities of Carmel, including the highly-rated Carmel Clay Schools system and nearby upscale shopping at Clay Terrace, The Fashion Mall at Keystone and a variety of quaint shops in downtown Zionsville. Village at WestClay, Carmel Indiana

Village of WestClay homes range in price from the mid-$200s for a quaint cottage on the promenade to nearly $3 million for a regal 11,000 square foot mansion with an 22x18 foot dining room!

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