Hendrick County Office

Hendricks County Manager

Sarah Elliott Hood

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Sarah brings more than 13 years of management and residential sales experience to CENTURY 21 Scheetz in Hendricks County. She began her career with CENTURY 21 Scheetz in Greenwood. Sarah’s most recent role was the Sales Manager at Greenwood.

As a non-competing broker, Sarah is passionate about coaching and training new and experienced agents. She consistently develops ongoing, cutting-edge training opportunities for agents working in today’s market.

Outside of the office, Sarah enjoys living every moment with her husband, Aaron, and their five children, Nathan, Nic, Reagan, Emma, and Dakota. They all delight in traveling, playing volleyball, being outdoors, and simply hanging out together at home.

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CENTURY 21 Scheetz - Hendricks County

Hendricks County. Small town living with big city amenities.

Located just 10 minutes west of Indianapolis, Hendricks County is the third largest county within the Metropolitan Statistical Area and is the second fastest growing county in Indiana and 85th in the nation, with a current population of 154,000 people. Avon, Brownsburg, Danville, Pittsboro, and Plainfield are the five largest towns adjacent to Indianapolis.

Parks & Recreation- Each town has placed an emphasis on providing back to their prospective communities with wonderful Parks and Recreation Departments. From walking and biking trails, to elaborate Recreation Centers, you will be able to find whatever your heart desires in Hendricks County.

School Systems- You will find nationally recognized school systems throughout Hendricks County with high values on academics, athletic programs, and extracurricular activities to nurture the experience of today’s youth.

Location- A very attractive attribute of Hendricks County is its superb location. With Indianapolis International Airport located on the far western part of Indianapolis, Hendricks County has ideal access to the airport. Also appealing is the interstate access or highways that lead right into downtown Indianapolis.

Shopping and Restaurants- From your typical chain stores and restaurants to your family owned shops and eateries; you will find a variety of options on the shopping and restaurant scene in Hendricks County. Whether you are looking to cruise down a Rural Route to find that “one of a kind” experience or whether you are looking to hit the malls, it is your discretion.

Visit Hendricks County for a taste of the good life.