The Town of Brownsburg and by extension, Pittsboro is seen as a community that is affordable, safe and business friendly. Brownsburg has been honored by CNN Money Magazine as “the best place to live in Indiana.”
Newcomers with children will enjoy exploring the town’s five parks and assortment of camps and athletic programs as well as Brownsburgs impressive Before and After School Enrichment (B.A.S.E.) program. Offering affordable housing, a homeowner rate of 81.5% and low monthly homeowner costs, Brownsburg is an Indiana gem you want to get to know. The best housing values in the United States are in the Midwest, and Brownsburg is no exception. Older homes from the turn of the century are reminders of the days when Brownsburg was a sleepy hamlet outside of the bustling city of Indianapolis.
The population explosion in Hendricks County in recent years has increased Brownsburg’s population by almost 150% since 1990. New hone construction abounds in subdivisions that ring the old center of town.
Brownsburg offers a wide variety of restaurant options for an evening out. National chains, local eateries, and fine dining blend to allow for any occasion. Recent retail growth in Brownsburg has brought many new stores to the area. A drive east along Main Street or north on Green Street will take you by numerous fast food and pizza restaurants; plus regional favorites like Applebee’s and Bob Evans. These thoroughfares are also home to several unique options, like Green Street Family Dining and Boulder Creek Dining Company. After a great meal out, head over to the Goodrich Quality Theaters for the latest on the big screen. This multiplex also hosts special events, like birthday parties and the Free Family Film Festival in the summer. Residents of Brownsburg enjoy a full range of shopping options, including large grocery and box stores as well as small specialty shops.
You may learn more about Brownsburg and their Chamber of Commerce by visiting their web site at http://www.brownsburg.com.
Located between Brownsburg and Pittsboro, this new custom home neighborhood with community lake and walking trail features .25 to .58 acre building sites for custom designed and built homes. West on US 136 from SR 267 and N on CR 475.