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Type: Traditional Age: 2003 Location: Near 131st Street and Hazel Dell Parkway Neighborhood: Delaware Trace is an east Carmel neighborhood with a clubhouse, community pool and playground. Square footage: 5,840 square feet including nearly 4,000 on the main and upper floors and an additional 1,881 in the finished basement. Rooms: This custom home offers a family room, living room, formal dining room, four bedrooms plus upstairs loft, main floor office, and large open kitchen with beautifully tiled flooring, large center island and walk-in pantry. The finished basement is complete with a wet bar, bright windows and a versatile extra room with a fireplace that can be used as a guest room or office.
NOW OPEN Dave & Buster’s
Tuesday, June 30, 2009
General Manager: James Pulley Address: 8350 Castleton Corner Drive, Indianapolis Phone: 317-572-2706
By John Pacilio, RE/MAX Ability Plus
Dave & Buster’s, an upscale, adult version of Chuck E. Cheese’s, opened its first location in Indiana on June 15. The 34,000-square-foot facility features a full restaurant, large bar area, private event rooms and more than $1 million of video and interactive games. “We have things for people of all ages,” General Manager James Pulley said. “It’s really a playground for adults.” While the area is geared
Strengths: This home provides luxury items like an enormous master suite with sitting area. The bathroom with glass block shower is twice the size of lowerpriced homes. The kitchen is rich with new oversized tile floor and perfect for entertaining large groups. Lots are wide in the neighborhood providing good distance between homes. Challenges: There are currently 16 houses for sale in a variety of prices in the neighborhood of 177 homes which presents plenty of options for picky buyers. John Pacilio and his team specialize in Hamilton County real estate with RE/MAX Ability Plus. Contact him at 216.8500 or John@JohnPacilio.com.
toward adults, Pulley said families are welcome. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult over the age of 25. The restaurant menu features New York Pulley strip steaks and pastas and offers an eat-and-play combo. For $15.99, customers get one entrée and $10 worth of games. The games operate on a key-card system that works as a reloadable debit card and tracks a player’s progress. “We actually want people to win,” Pulley said. “We give back about 30 percent.”
MONEY MATTERS In what ways have you changed your financial habits to save money?
“I guess I’m usually kind of “I switched to generic beer and thrifty anyway; pretty much started driving my motorcycle everything I buy is on sale.” instead of my car.” Marion Lorimer Ben Sigler Carmel Carmel
“We’ve certainly cut back on a few things. We haven’t cut back on traveling as much, but we’ve been looking for good deals.” Vishal Gupta Carmel