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Brooks Park Starts Strong

FISHERS, IN – With the addition of new shopping centers and wider roads, the Geist area is hotter than ever. Brooks Park is right in the heart of it all. The neighborhood is off to a strong start as the first houses go up.

Brooks Park offers custom homes in eastern Fishers, with prices ranging from $350,000 to $1 million. The 250-acre site between 96th Street and 104th Street by Olio Road will include three communities, Claiborne Farms, Normandy Farms and Mill Ridge Farms. Many custom builders have purchased lots and will have furnished model homes available by the fall of 2006.

Brooks Park has already sold 30 of the initial 49 lots available in Section I. Eventually, there will be 330 lots divided among the three communities.

Claiborne Farms will have approximately 130 lots up to 110 feet wide by 150 feet deep. Prices will start at $599,000. Normandy Farms will also have about 130 lots, although slightly smaller than Claiborne Farms. Normandy Farms will start at $499,000. Mill Ridge Farms is expected to open in the spring of 2007 and will have approximately 70 lots. Mill Ridge Farms will offer low-maintenance homes for about $350,000.

Brooks Park will offer amenities, including three swimming pools with a clubhouse, a playground, water features, walking trails and open spaces.

This story was inspired from an article published on April 7, 2006 in the Indianapolis Star; story by Bruce C. Smith.

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