Eiteljorg family’s former Carmel home for sale


The Eiteljorg property in Carmel at 9950 Spring Mill Rd. has been listed for sale by Carmel real estate consultant Carrie Holle. The cost: $1.65 million.

Businessman and philanthropist Harrison Eiteljorg, who founded the Eiteljorg Museum featuring western and Native American art, previously lived in the home, which was occupied by his family from the 1950s through 2016.

“It was built in the heart of the northern Indianapolis woodlands. Two local landscape architects, Frits Loonsten and Mark Holeman, planted the extensive gardens, and much of them still remain today,” Holle said. “It is a rich piece of history, and most of the home’s original appointments have been beautifully preserved.”

The 6,700-square-foot home, built in the 1930s, is on more than 4 acres and includes large entertaining areas, multiple fireplaces with original carvings, an in-ground pool, four-car garage, sunroom, five en-suite bedrooms and an in-law suite on the  main level.

View the listing at matrix.miborblc.com/matrix/shared/GD7dlLpNKcc/9950SpringMillRoadCarmelIN46290.


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