Little Flower, Indianapolis Homes for Sale
Named after the Little Flower Catholic Church, Little Flower, Indiana is a small community on the near east side near Irvington. Affordable homes and local businesses make this a great walking community in Downtown Indy. Just blocks from Historic Irvington, and a couple miles from the freeway, Little Flower is an easy drive or bike ride from downtown.
Latest Little Flower, Indianapolis Homes for Sale
This home packs a nice Old school Charm! Step inside this home which has retained it's original roots. Freshly painted exterior! Living and dining room combo allows...
3 Beds 1 Bath Areas 1283 SqFt
Beautiful Little Flower bungalow, completely re-done. This smart home has smart light switches, smart locks, LED mirrors, smart vents, and smart ceiling fans. The ho...
3 Beds 1 Bath Areas 1136 SqFt
Wonderful all brick double near Scecina High School. Great investment opportunity. New roof 2017. Living room, breakfast nook, newer carpet,, separate basement and u...
0 Beds 0 Bath Areas 0 SqFt
Completely updated 2 bed room 1 bath home with full basement, 1.5 car detached garage, and fenced in back yard. Kitchen has been updated with granite counter tops, n...
2 Beds 1 Bath Areas 1488 SqFt
Gem in the heart of Little Flower! This is your chance to build equity in an area that has seen appreciation like no other area in the Indianapolis market. The pro...
2 Beds 1 Bath Areas 1476 SqFt
Investor Special!!! Convenient location just minutes from downtown! 1 bedroom duplex (1 Bed/1 Bath) per side. Both units approximately 565 square feet. Both units c...
0 Beds 0 Bath Areas 0 SqFt
A great investment opportunity with this 2 bedroom 2 bath home in Rosalia Place, with great potential for ROI. With some TLC, you can bring this bungalow to life wit...
2 Beds 2 Bath Areas 1488 SqFt
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The neighbhorhood offers two grocery stores, several convenience stores, restaurants, bars, a hospital, and Post Office, all within walking distance. The neighborhood is bound by 10th Street on the South, Sherman Drive on the West, 16th Street on the North, and Emerson Avenue on the East.
The neighborhood was developed during the 1910s and 1920s. It is named for St. Therese, the Little Flower of Jesus Catholic Church. Initially, it was a mainly Irish-Catholic neighborhood, with close ties to the church. Architectural styles include Arts and Crafts, California Bungalow, Colonial, and Tudor Revival. The neighborhood is served by Indianapolis Public Schools, Little Flower Catholic School, and Scecina Catholic High School.