The home – and the commute – you’ve dreamed of.

The truth is, Lost Run Farm shouldn’t be here. At least, not according to the odds. You see, this breathtaking community – all 80 acres of it – is perfectly situated in the middle of Indiana’s most desirable location for estate living.

The fact that these native trees, rippling brooks, and scenic meadows have remained untouched is a testament to the people who have cared for this land for generations.

Downtown:
Michigan Road, the eastern border of Lost Run Farm, is a major route from the northwest side of Indianapolis to the heart of the city.

Michigan Road/465:
Easy access to Michigan Road and Interstate 465 ensures smooth commutes to just about anywhere in the Indianapolis area.

Zionsville:
Zionsville is the Hoosier State’s only true center for premier lifestyles. This village of brick streets, eclectic shops, and fine dining is within walking distance of Lost Run Farm.

106th and Michigan Road
Access to great shopping is just 3 minutes away: Grocery, gas, Target, Home Depot, salons, physician offices and neighborhood restaurants are only some of the shops available just down Michigan Road.

Hospitals
Healthcare professionals will enjoy the convenient commute to many of the most popular destinations including:
– St. Vincent Health 86th Street Campus
– Indiana Heart Hospital
– St. Vincent Carmel
– Clarian North Medical Center
– Community North
– St. Vincent Heart Center
– The Indiana Heart Hospital
– Methodist Hospital
– Indiana University Hospital
– Riley Hospital for Children
– IU Simon Cancer Center

Clay Terrace:
Vintage storefronts and pleasant open-air shopping are the hallmark of Clay Terrace, an upscale lifestyle center just minutes from Lost Run Farm in Carmel, Indiana.

Keystone Fashion Mall:
Premier shopping at Keystone’s Fashion is a short, 10-minute drive away. Destinations include Tiffany, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom and more.

Colts Complex:
Lost Run Farm’s proximity to the Colts Complex makes it an ideal home for players, coaches, or team executives who need to remain close to the team.

Chicago:
Admittedly, the City With Big Shoulders isn’t within walking distance. But if business or pleasure travel leads you there, you’re in luck. Easy access to Interstate 65 makes a three hour trip Chicago commute surprisingly simple.