Fishers Freedom Fest courtesy Treefrog.

Fishers Freedom Fest courtesy Treefrog.

Fishers, a suburb just a few miles northeast of Indianapolis, is consistently ranked among the top cities in the nation in affordability, quality of life, and safety. The city boasts unprecedented growth over the last two decades with approximately 7,500 residents in 1990 and 78,000 in 2011. The ease of access to Indianapolis via I-69, tremendous school system, and residential housing boom have all attributed to this growth.

No longer a bedroom community, the city of Fishers has developed a strong commercial base centered around I-69 and large employers like Roche Diagnostics and Sallie Mae. It is also home to nearly two dozen parks,  which serve the area's high number of families. The Fishers Freedom Festival offers residents and visitors a world class Pre-Fourth of July experience that rivals any large city in the Midwest. With Conner Prairie and the Klipsch Music Center nearby, opportunities to listen to world class music are never in short supply. 

Serving nearly 19,000 students, the Hamilton Southeastern School District is one of the five largest in the state, as well as one of the fastest growing school districts in the state. As a result, the school district was forced to add a second high school alongside Hamilton Southeastern, Fishers. Along with high performing academics, both schools field incredibly competitive athletes in nearly all sports. The two high schools compete each year for the Mudsock Trophy, handed out to the winner of the most head-to-head matchups. 

Home to Geist reservoir, numerous top-notch golf courses, and much more, it is easy to see why people have been migrating northeast to Fishers. If you would like to learn more about the homes that are currently available in Fishers, please feel free to contact me.