331-333 North East Street

Lockerbie Square Neighborhood

331-333 North East Street

Indianapolis, Indiana 46204, United States

Created By: Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis


Year Built: 1876

Architectural Style: Italianate

Key Features:

  • Decorative Brackets
  • Pedimental Crowns Above Windows
  • Hexagonal Lights Along Roofline

This two story brick double residence was the first of three rental doubles built on East Street by brick mason William H. Keely. The house appears to be a hybrid of Federal and Italianate styles. It fell into disrepair until the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity faithfully restored it for use as their headquarters in 1980. They opened the wall between the two units to make it one building but otherwise kept the historical detail inside and out. In 2008 a local developer bought the structure, returned it to two homes; gutting the inside to make it completely contemporary and appealing the new urban market.

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


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