324 North Park Avenue

Lockerbie Square Neighborhood

324 North Park Avenue

Indianapolis, Indiana 46204, United States

Created By: Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis


Year Built: 1863

Architectural Style: Gable Front

Key Features:

  • Decorative Details and Spindle Work on Porch
  • Clapboard Siding
  • Pediment Over Entryway

This cottage was built by George Holler, a German born plasterer who was very active with German organizations in Indianapolis. In 1886, he sold it to Charles Heun, a cabinet maker who lived there with his family for many years. The house fell into significant disrepair and in 1975 the cottage was restored by Indiana Landmarks as one of the first “Flip” houses (now known as the Endangered Places Project). In 1975-76 the cottage was the field office of the Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee and the Indianapolis Bicentennial Committee. It is featured in the recent publication by Indiana Landmarks; "Rescued and Restored".

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This point of interest is part of the tour: Lockerbie Square Neighborhood


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