Avon is located in Hendricks County, currently the second fastest growing county in Indiana and 85th in the nation. Avon is located just west of Marion County, only minutes away from the entertainment and dining Indianapolis has to offer.
Avon’s public high school was included on the Indiana Chamber of Commerce’s “Best Buy” list. The list looks at the highest achievement levels (as measured by standardized testing, graduation rates, SAT scores and participation, and Advanced Placement scores) with the lowest amount of tax dollars.
The Avon High School Marching Band was ranked number one in the state of Indiana for seven years in a row, and ranked number one in the nation in 2008.
The town of Avon is the only community in Hendricks County recognized as a “Tree City USA” and features lots of parks and public gardens. Annually, Avon is host to the Spring Art Show and the July Rib Fest.
With a current estimated population of 18,343, Avon is the 47th largest city in Indiana.
The median age is 35.3 and the median household income is $85,433.
Caucasians make up 84.01% of the population.
Average rental amount is $1,055 and the median home value is $185,200 according to World Population Review.
According to Niche, it’s ranked as one of the best places to live in the entire state.
It’s also ranked #11 out of 115 for best suburbs to raise a family.
A staggering 81% of residents own their homes compared to only 19% that rent, also reported by Niche, well above average.
Avon offers tenants homes for rent in beautiful neighborhoods with a variety of home styles within a town that has an average home cost which is $45,000 less than the national average.
T&H Realty is working with Owner Clients to add Avon rental properties to their portfolios. If you are interested in finding properties in that area, our brokerage would be more than happy to help you purchase a property.