Pool - Crestwood East - Indianapolis, IN
Pool - Crestwood East - Indianapolis, IN
Pool - Crestwood East - Indianapolis, IN
Pool - Crestwood East - Indianapolis, IN
Pool - Crestwood East - Indianapolis, IN
Pool - Crestwood East - Indianapolis, IN
Pool - Crestwood East - Indianapolis, IN
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Crestwood East

South Perry
  • Studio–2 Bds
  • 1–2 Ba
This is a great property for Senior Living.

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Floor plans are artist's rendering. All dimensions are approximate. Actual product and specifications may vary in dimension or detail. Not all features are available in every rental home. Prices and availability are subject to change. Rent is based on monthly frequency. Additional fees may apply, such as but not limited to package delivery, trash, water, amenities, etc. Deposits vary. Please see a representative for details.

Amenities

12 Amenities

Outdoor Space

  • Balcony

Features

  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center
  • Laundry Facility

Management Details

  • Emergency Maintenance

Neighborhood

  • Pet Park

Accommodations

  • Senior Living

Unique

  • Grocery Stores Nearby
  • Highways Nearby
  • On-site parking
  • Public Transportation Nearby
  • Tree Lined Streets

About This Property

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The apartments at Crestwood East, with a variety of amenities for you to take advantage of, could be the senior living you're looking for in Indianapolis, IN. This rental community has elevators for your convenience. The tree-lined streets make this community a charming place to live. Keep your body in motion at the on-site fitness center that's available for residents. No need to drive those dirty clothes off the property because an on-site laundry facility is available to residents. Call to find out more about lease terms and availability for the apartments at 1123 N Edmondson Ave in Indianapolis, IN today.

Building Type

Apartments

8801 Madison Ave

Indianapolis, IN 46227
South Perry South Side

Schools

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Getting Around

Crestwood East is: Somewhat Walkable

Somewhat Walkable

69/100
Walk Score®
The Walk Score© measures walkability on a scale of 0-100 based on walking routes to destinations such as dining and drinking, groceries, and shopping.
  • Dining & Drinking
    71
  • Groceries
    85
  • Shopping
    84

Bikeable

52/100
Bike Score®

Some Transit

28/100
Transit Score®

Explore the Area

10 grocery stores, 10 restaurants, 10 parks
  • GROCERY
    Fresh Thyme Farmers Market

    Retail, Food and Beverage Retail, Grocery Store

    0.7 miles

  • GROCERY
    Costco

    Retail, Drugstore, Food and Beverage Retail, Grocery Store

    1.5 miles

  • GROCERY
    Kroger

    Retail, Food and Beverage Retail, Grocery Store

    2.0 miles

  • SHOPPING
    Sam's Club

    Retail, Warehouse or Wholesale Store

    2.5 miles

  • GROCERY
    Kroger

    Retail, Food and Beverage Retail, Grocery Store

    2.7 miles

  • GROCERY
    Target

    Retail, Big Box Store, Food and Beverage Retail, Grocery Store

    2.7 miles

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