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Whether you're new to Brownsburg, or a long-time resident, here are a few interesting facts
about Real Estate in Brownsburg, Indiana.
Brownsburg boasts 264 homes for sale with an average price of $147,700.
The average income in Brownsburg, Indiana is $63,658
compared to the county average of $62,634.
Searching for Brownsburg Real Estate? Brownsburg has a population of 21,285.
The median age in Brownsburg is 35.9 years.
Brownsburg is more family-centric than the surrounding county with
40.11% of the households containing married families with children.
The county average for households married with children is 38.31%.
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In 1834, William Harris platted a town in central Indiana that he named Harrisburgh. In 1836 when the post office opened, the town was renamed for one of the first settlers, James B. Brown. Incorporated in 1848, it was a quiet midwestern town until the 1990s, when suburban growth reached. A century ago, as many as 100 horse-drawn wagons congregated near the center of town, a small business district that is still maintained - at the intersection of US 136 and State Road 267. This is where today's Town Hall, state-of-the-art Fire and Police headquarters, and the Brownsburg Chamber of Commerce are located.
In the heart of Indiana and just minutes from Indianapolis, Brownsburg offers a wide variety of shopping, dining, lodging and recreational activities. I-74, US 136 and State Road 267 all intersect Brownsburg, giving you convenience and quick access.
Several retail shopping centers are on Main Street on the east and north. Many are locally owned and operated. Recreation is within minutes, with golf courses, public swimming pools and municipal parks with tennis courts, playgrounds, ball diamonds, and picnic shelters.
Today, Brownsburg is home to many auto racing teams and is also home to one of the most diverse racing facilities in America, O'Reilly Raceway Park, with over 100 events annually, from drag racing at the U.S. Nationals to stock car racing during the Kroger SpeedFest to the USAC Midget Racing Series and more. Plus, Brownsburg is only minutes from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.