Plainfield, located in Hendricks County, is just west of Marion County (only minutes away from everything Indianapolis has to offer).
Originally settled by Quakers, the city got it’s name due to the “plain” nature of the people.
Plainfield is a community that provides a quality of life that is second to none in central Indiana with its worthwhile parks system.
The parks department, anchored by the Plainfield Recreation & Aquatic Center, provides miles of paved trails and several parks dedicated to health and recreation.
All of Plainfield’s schools are recognized as Four-Star schools.
Also, there are more than two dozen places of worship to fulfill spiritual needs.
Located in the southeastern portion of Hendricks County, Plainfield, Indiana sits, home to around 34,224 people.
The local economy runs off of warehouse type industries with Plainfield supplying approximately 50% of ALL warehouse jobs in Central Indiana.
With it’s close proximity to the Indianapolis International Airport, the hotel industry is also very popular. Those who travel for work frequently tend to seek out the area.
Plainfield’s housing market is diverse with both long established neighborhoods and new neighborhoods that range in price from below $100,000 to over $700,000 and up. Rental property is readily available within Plainfield’s many apartment complexes as well as duplexes and single family units.
The median age is 38.6 years old with a median household income of $65,306.
The majority of residents (65%) own their homes as opposed to renting.
The median property value is $185,800 and the median rental amount is $1,053.
T&H Realty is working with Owner Clients to add Plainfield 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.