The village of Zionsville is located just northwest of Indianapolis, less than a mile west of SR 421, or approximately 6 miles east of I-65 after exiting at the Zionsville exit (SR334). Zionsville supports over 24,000 residents. The town is a mere twenty minutes from the downtown Indianapolis area. Zionsville is on e the few towns in the United States that has preserved its brick main street. Here shops lining the fabled brick street offer a variety of shopping from upscale and uniquely fashionable to rare and vintage antiques. More than 50 shops await the browsing shopper. Nestle among the shops are find restaurants and quaint cafes that have made visiting Zionsville a popular pastime throughout central
Indiana. Surrounding the village is a mosaic of preserved historical homes many dating back to the 19th century. The peaceful, tree-lined streets are a picture perfect reminder of a bygone era, of a quiet time still cherished by Zionsville residents. Zionsville offers easy access to the services of a major metropolitan area, while maintaining its distinctive country village charm and quality of life.