Historical Methodist Church, built in 1905, located in the desirable Bates Hendricks neighborhood brings so much history from the arches, church bells, remarkable stained-glass windows and custom woodwork illustrating the history of the church as well as the Methodist movement.
Designed similarly to the Late Gothic Revival style, often used in the 20th century were unique examples of this architectural style and rare artistic form. This church features an apse, nave, altar, seating, steep cross gable roof, pointed arch windows are all style defining elements of the building. The sanctuary includes vaulted ceilings and several original decorative light fixtures.
A few of the doorways are Tudor arches. The interior is completely finished with oak, adding to the rich feeling of the Gothic Revival building. Many modern updates have been added, including a children’s room, full kitchen, gym, multiple offices, storage and garage.
Located a stone’s throw from Eli Lilly and easily accessible from Interstate 70, north of this property is Prospect St. and surrounded by desirable Fountain Square, Fletcher Place and the Indy’s Wholesale District.