Tidbit Tuesday- March 2, 2021

The Charles Over Mansion, 825 E Washington St, Muncie, IN 47305

The Hageman House, 608 E Washington St, Muncie, IN 47305

The Moore-Youse Home Museum, 122 E Washington St, Muncie IN 47305

Other homes in this area for sale include;

907 E Washington Street

719 E Washington Street

616 E Washington Street

I bet you’re wondering, “What do all of these properties have in common?”

  1. They’re all really old.

  2. They’re all in Muncie.

  3. They’re all on Old Washington Street in the Emily Kimbrough Historic District.

Starr Real Estate has properties and agents that span across ten counties in Indiana, however Muncie has been home to our main office since 2011. Home to historical attractions like Ball State University, Minnetrista, Cardinal Greenway, the David Owsley Museum of Art, Prairie Creek Reservoir and Campground, and an artistically aesthetic downtown life that continues to grow and thrive. Muncie is becoming well known in the midwest as a city of potential and opportunity. Pre-Covid Era, the downtown hustle and bustle here included monthly festivals and celebrations that became traditions the residents and families here looked forward to for years, even decades. Festivals and events that connected the community in-person in an age when technology and social media so easily isolate us.

One specific festival that I would like to highlight for #OldStuffDay is the Old Washington Street Festival.

The Old Washington Street Festival is designed for the community to come together and appreciate as well as learn about local small businesses, independent artists to sell or showcase their work and talents, and for vendors to sell delicious fried fair foods we crave all year round. The entertainment lineups never disappoint, and serve as a fun wa