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Magical Victorian cottage with stunning plaster

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This house is located near downtown Indianapolis in Windsor Park, one of the city's original streetcar suburbs. Built in 1886, it's on the National Register of Historic Places in the Library of Congress. This incredible steam-age chateau is known for its elaborate plaster ceilings created by Englishman William Prosser who designed much of the ornamental plaster in the Indiana State House and many of the long gone but incredibly beautiful Victorian hotels of the city's "mile square." The site is a great location for period dramas and eclectic baroque pop pieces (a la Wes Anderson), as well as gothic, fantasy, and retro sci-fi genres.

Category and style

House

Gothic/Victorian

Parking

Truck / motorhome on site parking: Street

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Bedrooms:
2
Bathrooms:
2
Property size (sq ft):
2593 sq ft
Lot size:
3789 sq ft

Location Rules

No smoking
No pets
No cooking
No loud noises
Use of restroom(s) for a crew of 15 people or less is allowed

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Clawfoot Bathtub
Ornate Ceiling
Wood Doors
Backyard
Columns
Gates
Fireplace With Mantle
Dark Wood Floor
Attic
Basement
Bookcase
Closet
Crown Molding
Kid Room/Teenager Room
Wine Cellar
Workshop
Chef's Kitchen
Glass Kitchen Cabinets
Granite Countertop
White Walls
Hinged/Casement Windows
Sash/Up And Down/Hung Windows
Transom Window

Crew access

Stairs
Street Level
Location
Exact location provided after booking