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Eagle Chase

4401 Eagle Creek Pkwy, Indianapolis, IN 46254
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Amenities

apartment Features

Amenity: Air ConditioningAir Conditioning
Amenity: BalconyBalcony
Amenity: Cable ReadyCable Ready
Amenity: DishwasherDishwasher
Amenity: FireplaceFireplace
Amenity: Garbage DisposalGarbage Disposal

special Features

Amenity: Corporate Billing AvailableCorporate Billing Available
Amenity: Disability AccessDisability Access
Amenity: Short Term AvailableShort Term Available

community Features

Amenity: Accepts Electronic PaymentsAccepts Electronic Payments
Amenity: ClubhouseClubhouse
Amenity: Controlled AccessControlled Access
Amenity: Emergency MaintenanceEmergency Maintenance
Amenity: Extra StorageExtra Storage
Amenity: Fitness CenterFitness Center

additional Features

Amenity: Above Standard Ceiling HeightAbove Standard Ceiling Height
Amenity: Attached and detached garages availableAttached and detached garages available
Amenity: Ceramic tile tub surroundCeramic tile tub surround
Amenity: Dramatic vaulted ceilings on top floor apartmentsDramatic vaulted ceilings on top floor apartments
Amenity: Fireplaces available in select homesFireplaces available in select homes
Amenity: Furnished apartments availableFurnished apartments available

About This Property

Eagle Chase - Indianapolis

Eagle Chase

You'll love living at Eagle Chase Apartments because you'll be within a short drive to the 465 Interstate. We're just half a mile from Eagle Creek Park, so you'll be within walking distance of the Eagle Creek recreational trail that leads to the park. You'll also be within a 20 minute drive of almost any store, restaurant or place of entertainment you could imagine. When you drive into the community, you will feel instantly welcomed by our gorgeous property and excellent staff at the clubhouse. We are proud to say we are in Pike County School District. Our residents love knowing they can live worry-free thanks to the uncompromised service and dedication our experienced leasing and maintenance team provides. Whether you're the type who looks forward to getting in a vigorous work out in our state of the art fitness center when you get home, taking a nice stroll with your dog and catching up with your friendly neighbors, relaxing out by our resort-style swimming pool, or simply escaping to your personal retreat to unwind, you will love coming home every day! With a variety of different 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans, we're certain we have the apartment for you. Our one bedroom apartments are spacious enough for a king-size bed and offer expansive walk-in closets. Our two bedroom two bath apartments have the open-concept living that everyone is looking for these days. Our two bedroom two bath with bonus room apartments feature extra-large walk-in closets in the master bedrooms. We have exactly what you want in your next apartment home. If you're looking to rent an apartment in a centrally located, clean, pet-friendly community, call or stop by Eagle Chase today.

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We moved to Eagle Chase one year ago after owning our own home for 15 years and renting for 3 years. Eagle Chase felt like coming HOME without having to do any of the usual home owner chores. The staff is friendly, the neighborhood is great and the complex amenities are perfect. We love it here!
October 08, 2019
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Its been a pleasure living in these apartments. It has been a wonderful home for me. Management is great. It is a secure place. I recommend anyone thats looking for a place to live this is it. It a quiet neighborhood. Maintenance is on time.
November 12, 2018
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Getting Around

28/100

Car-Dependent

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
43%
43
Shopping
41%
41
Schools
38%
38
57/100

Bikeable

Bike Score®
32/100

Some Transit

Transit Score®

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Getaways near Indianapolis

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