WELCOME TO LOCKERBIE SQUARE
COZY, COBBLESTONE & CHARMING
Home to famous Hoosier poet James Whitcomb Riley, Lockerbie Square was Downtown's first historic district in the National Register of Historic Places. An eclectic mix of Italianate, Federal and Queen Anne houses standing side by side among quaint cottages - in the shadow of downtown Indianapolis, one of the nation's most vibrant, resurgent cities. It's a neighborhood with tree-lined cobblestone and brick streets and renovated houses - from cozy cottages to mansions. The neighborhood was described over a century ago by James Whitcomb Riley as being "nestled away from the noise of the city and heat of the day."
A very active neighborhood association (population around 400) makes for good neighbors. Rich with history and charm, these elegant homes are perfect for families or those looking for a little peace and quiet while staying close to the center of Downtown. At only three quarters of a mile away from the Circle, Lockerbie Square was one of Indianapolis' earliest walkable suburbs.