Welcome to Woodruff Place
This gracious historic community, located just one mile east of downtown Indianapolis, is recognized as Indianapolis's first planned residential suburb.
In a beautiful park-like setting, you will find fine examples of lovely
Victorian era homes, esplanades with fountains and statuary,
and an ambiance that is unlike any other.
Woodruff Place was included in the
National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
To those of us who live here it is home.
The Historic Woodruff Place Foundation held the
Donor Appreciation Concert and Reception on August 9, 2014
at Town Hall to honor those who have generously contributed to
the Preserving Our Future campaign.
Since its inception in 2010, the campaign has raised over $60,000.
Thank you to those who have contributed. See photos
The Woodruff Place Historic Area Preservation Plan, implemented in 2001, is important reading if you are considering buying or renovating a home in Woodruff Place. The plan offers guidelines to assist property owners when exterior alterations, additions, or new construction are desired.