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Snacks-Guion Creek, Indianapolis

The neighborhood of Snacks-Guion Creek is situated within the city of Indianapolis, Indiana.

Snacks-Guion Creek offers a slower-paced ambience and will appeal to home buyers who enjoy spending time in green spaces. It is easy to get to parks from most locations within the neighborhood and there are a few of them close by for residents to relax in. This part of the city is quiet overall, as the streets are usually reasonably tranquil - although that is not the case closer to Interstate 465, Interstate 65 or the railway line.

Single detached homes are the predominant housing type, representing about 55% of buildings in Snacks-Guion Creek, whereas the remainder are mainly large apartment buildings, small apartment buildings, and townhouses. This part of Indianapolis also has a good variety of unit sizes - houses range from lofts to four or more bedrooms. Home owners occupy around 60% of the properties in the neighborhood whereas the remainder are rented. About one third of properties in this area were built in the 1990s, while most of the remaining buildings were constructed in the 1960s and the 1980s.

There are only a few high schools and primary schools in Snacks-Guion Creek and thus they can be a rather long walk away. When it comes to eating, a fraction of home buyers in this neighborhood may be able to access the closest grocery store on foot, while others will have to turn to another means of transportation. There are also around 40 restaurants and coffee shops in Snacks-Guion Creek.

The preferred method to navigate Snacks-Guion Creek is very often driving. It is a reasonably short car ride to the nearest highway, such as Interstate 465, from anywhere in this neighborhood, and it is especially convenient to park. In contrast, public transit riders may find very limited options in Snacks-Guion Creek as a result of the service's low frequency. Nonetheless, there are a few bus lines crossing the neighborhood. It is impractical for pedestrians to move around in this part of the city because very few daily errands can be run without having to resort to a vehicle.

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