Butler Tarkington

Homes in Butler Tarkington feature wonderful mansions on Meridian Street and beautiful Tudors, alongside Classic Colonials and Bungalows. Butler-Tarkington, in the near northwest quadrant of Indianapolis, is bounded by the Central Canal and Michigan Road, the west side of Meridian Street, 38th Street and Westfield Boulevard. In 1922, Butler University purchased Fairview Park, and relocated to the 300-acre property in 1928. By 1930, the section of North Meridian between 40th Street and Westfield Boulevard had become the most exclusive residential area in the entire city. By 1940, the area’s population grew to approximately 12,000 and Butler-Tarkington was firmly established as a desirable neighborhood. Today, Butler-Tarkington maintains an active neighborhood association and is still among the most highly-sought areas of the city.



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