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New Homes in New Palestine, Indiana
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NEW HOMES IN NEW PALESTINE
You'll love living in a town like New Palestine, IN. Situated along Sugar Creek, this Hancock County community is the perfect place to call home if you're looking to relocate to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Area. Downtown Indy is less than 30 minutes away, which makes New Palestine ideal for commutes or fun trips into the city. The small town feel and quiet, rural lifestyle around here is undeniable, and the easy access to downtown makes it irresistible for both families and young professionals alike. Learn more about our new construction Ryan homes in New Palestine, Indiana, today and find the home that fits your lifestyle.
Whether you're just starting your career or already several years into a job you love, there's no better home base for both daily commutes and remote work than New Palestine in Hancock Co. Your new Ryan home will be located just a quick drive away from the greater Indianapolis Metropolitan Area, the country's 29th largest economic market. New Pal is perfect for professionals in the finance, insurance and manufacturing industries, thanks to the area's large companies and job opportunities.
All of Indy's in-demand destinations for shopping, dining and more are close to home, and commuting all across the Indianapolis area is simple with New Palestine's quick access to I-70 and U.S. Route 40, the Historic National Road. When it's time to travel out of town, Indianapolis International Airport is less than an hour away from the front door of your new Ryan home.
Founded in 1871, New Palestine, IN, has the distinctive charm of an historic small town. Living here means you'll never be at a loss for something fun to do. Football is life for many in this inviting community, with New Palestine High School football games regularly attracting lively crowds. Driving around, you'll also notice that New Palestine is a Blue Star Community, as evidenced by the banners hanging from street lights. Each banner features the name, rank and branch of service of a man or woman currently serving our country outside of the state of Indiana. You'll be proud to call a place like New Palestine home.