Noblesville, IN 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

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    Overview

    Less than an hour away from downtown Indianapolis in Central Indiana, Noblesville is a lively city that is popular among active adults. With a number of recreational opportunities ranging from a lively music venue to shops, restaurants, and local wineries, Noblesville offers a wide array of activities to retirees.

    Climate & Geography

    The climate in Noblesville is humid continental, which is characterized by warm to hot summers and cold winters. Residents can expect more rainfall and less snowfall than the national average, with summer highs in the mid 80s and winter lows in the high 10s.

    The city is situated northeast of Indianapolis on flat, low lying land. Morse Reservoir is located along the northern border, and White River flows through the city.

    Recreation, Culture, & Entertainment

    Noblesville residents will find that there are plenty of entertainment options available around the city. Hamilton Town Center, an outdoor shopping center in Noblesville, offers a number of shops and restaurants, and even a movie theater to locals. The Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center, located within Noblesville, is an expansive music venue that hosts a variety of artists during the summer months. In addition, the area offers several wineries where retirees can relax and sample locally produced wines.

    History buffs will be pleased to find that the city is home to multiple museums that showcase the area’s history, including the Hamilton County Museum of History and the Indiana Transportation Museum.

    Morse Lake Park is a popular spot for locals to enjoy swimming, fishing, or hiking during the warmer months.

    Retirees who enjoy visiting a big city can take a trip to Indianapolis, located under an hour away from Noblesville.

    Cost of Living & Taxes

    The cost of living in Noblesville is below the national average. The low cost of homes and housing in Noblesville makes the biggest impact on reducing the cost of living, however, grocery, health care, utility, and transportation costs are all below the national average as well.

    Social Security benefits are not taxed in Indiana, and property taxes are below the national average. Sales tax in Noblesville is about average, at 7 percent.

    Health Care

    Noblesville residents have a couple of healthcare options located nearby. Riverview Health Hospital and St. Vincent Neighborhood Hospital Noblesville are both located in Noblesville. Indiana University Health Medical Center, located in Indianapolis, is ranked the No. 1 hospital in the state by U.S. News. The hospital is nationally ranked in one specialty and rated high performing in five specialties and four procedures and conditions.

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