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Situated 11 miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis in the Pike Township, the Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone neighborhood charms residents with its winding cul-de-sacs dotted with mature shade trees and several ponds. Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone apartments are sought-after because of the neighborhood's tight-knit community and peaceful atmosphere, accentuated by stately brick and Tudor-style homes. The neighborhood also calls to outdoor recreation enthusiasts as it rests adjacent to Eagle Creek Park, the largest park in Indianapolis.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Indianapolis, IN is $638 for one bedroom, $767 for two bedrooms, and $1,056 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Indianapolis has increased by 4.7% in the past year.

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715
$638
2 BR
973
$767
3 BR
1,345
$1,056
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Ratings

46 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
35 Transit Score® Some Transit
39 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

The Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone neighborhood doesn't have much of a dining scene due to its residential character, but head just south of the neighborhood to discover a fiesta of authentic Mexican eateries. If you travel east of Interstate 465, you find a spread of all-American grills and trendy coffee houses with budget-friendly menus ideal for a quick lunch. Plenty of pubs, clubs, and grills await nearby for residents searching for a nightlife scene. You can always find an upbeat crowd at Waterfront Bar, a local hangout featuring an outdoor patio with a beautiful view. Swing by to let loose on the dance floor during live DJ nights.

Stop in for an early dinner or a laid-back lunch at Boathouse Grill to savor a BLT while sipping on a Goose Island Pale Ale. The casual pub atmosphere and rock music playing quietly in the background make this a favorite spot for locals looking to chat with friends or watch the game. The crispy onion petals are always a hit, and the nice selection of draft beers never fails to bring in a lively after-dinner crowd. Be sure to grab yourself some free popcorn before finding a table.

Authentic Mexican cuisine doesn't get any fresher than Tortas El Guero, an understated sandwich joint serving up street food favorites. Try the carne asada torta, filled with sizzling meat, or go for the tacos al pastor, topped with chopped cilantro and diced onion. The cooks serve up some hefty portions for a reasonable price, and you can even grab a bottle of Jarritos soda to cool down after a bite of spicy chorizo.

Casual java drinkers and coffee connoisseurs alike flock to Bee Coffee Roasters for one of the boldest cups in the city. The shop roasts all its own beans, while the staff happily help you find one to suit your tastes. You can't go wrong with eclectic options like the Teirradentro organic and Popayan blends. Grab a muffin or cinnamon roll to have with your latte for a special breakfast treat.

History

Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone's heritage began when the Lafayette Road was built on the west side of Indianapolis in 1832, becoming a main thoroughfare by the early 1860s. However, the area remained largely agricultural until Indianapolis residents began flocking to the suburbs during the 20th century.

Living in Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone places you just minutes from cultural attractions like the Speedway Transportation Museum and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Locals also enjoy easy access to nearby events like the Indy 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Transportation

Whether you're commuting to downtown, or taking a short drive to the supermarket, this car-dominant neighborhood gives you easy access to your next destination. Hop on Interstate 465 to head to Zionsville, or get on Interstate 65 from the interchange to reach central Indianapolis. Parking space is always available along the streets or in retail lots where you can park your car for free. If you need a quick pickup, you can always call Uber or a local cab service like Horsepower Taxi.

You'll find no bus stops in the neighborhood, but you can catch an IndyGo bus from nearby Eagle Creek Parkway if you need a quick ride into town. For greener transportation, cruise with your trusty bicycle down the bike-friendly roads, or hop on the Eagle Creek Trail.

Cost

Residents of the Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone neighborhood enjoy a cost of living that hovers a little below average for the Indianapolis metro area. Renting a one-bedroom home here costs around $583, and gas prices hold steady at around 11 percent below the national average. When you go out for a drink at Boathouse Grill, expect to pay around $6 for a pint of your favorite ale.

Shopping

Although you don't find many retail options within the neighborhood boundaries, plenty of amenities and unique shopping opportunities lie scattered east of Interstate 465. Stop by Lafayette Square to browse bargain shops, boutiques and beauty supply stores, or stroll through a collection of big-box fashion retailers to find just what you're looking for.

Almost everything you can imagine awaits you at Garden Ridge, a discount store displaying suits of armour, kitchen gadgets, oversized reptile ceramics, and other random finds. Come here to find some odd and beautiful decor for your new apartment at prices that will make you look twice. Make like a local and stop by the day after Christmas to stock up on gift-giving supplies and holiday decorations with hefty discounts.

When you need to grab your bread, milk and meal-time staples for the week, stop by the local Walmart Supercenter or Marsh Supermarket. If you crave more local fare, check out the Indianapolis City Market in downtown for fresh produce.

Parks

Escape to nature with a day trip to Eagle Creek Park, a popular green space holding 3,900 acres of forest nestled against 1,400 acres of water. During the summer, lay out on the beach to catch some rays, shove off from the marina or explore the network of hiking trails. Check out the Peace Learning Center, Earth Discovery Center and Ornithology Center for educational exhibits and regular family-friendly programs. The park also houses the GoApe zipline adventure program, the Indy Rowing Center and Eagle Creek Golf Club. Don't miss special events like the Winter Hike Series and the Sunday Morning Birdwalk. Visitors to the park pay a small admission fee per car, but you get a discount for arriving by bike or on foot. Some facilities and programs also charge an additional fee.

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Apartments for Rent in Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone, Indianapolis, IN

Situated 11 miles northwest of downtown Indianapolis in the Pike Township, the Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone neighborhood charms residents with its winding cul-de-sacs dotted with mature shade trees and several ponds. Ballinshire Estates-Cobblestone apartments are sought-after because of the neighborhood's tight-knit community and peaceful atmosphere, accentuated by stately brick and Tudor-style homes. The neighborhood also calls to outdoor recreation enthusiasts as it rests adjacent to Eagle Creek Park, the largest park in Indianapolis.

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