Meridian~Kessler Neighborhood
Meridian~Kessler Neighborhood
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5883 N. Washington Blvd.

Jessica and Matt Albaugh moved to Indianapolis 14 years ago looking for a neighborhood similar to the one they moved from in Lincoln Park, IL. They purchased a home at 5896 Washington Blvd, but always loved this house just across the street at 5883.  Six years, many conversations, and many beverages later, they convinced the previous owner to sell. Since moving in eight years ago, Jessica and Matt have taken on three major renovations to the 1924 Italianate home – adding hardwoods and marble on the first floor, a basement renovation, and the largest renovation – an addition which re-oriented the garage entrance, expanded the kitchen and family room and added a master suit and laundry on the second floor. 

Photo Credit: Leah Trib Productions

The Albaugh’s love Meridian-Kessler; it’s wonderful local restaurants and shops, and it’s proximity to much of Indianapolis and to their friends. They believe it’s the perfect place to raise their family and call home.

Photo Credit: Kathleen Berry-Graham

Original Architectural Details & Additional Features:

  • Dust corners on the stairs
  • Original hardwood flooring
  • Original light fixtures throughout
  • Unique décor from their personal and professional travels
  • Balcony with lovely seating area off of master suite
  • Local artist Kyle Ragsdale painting in family room