In 1990, Paul Shoopman purchased approximately 160 acres of cornfield farmland on 116th Street in Carmel and built a home for himself and his family. Paul added one huge lake and planted 20,000 trees on the property. Now, Paul has again transformed the land into the Waterfront of West Clay.
While Paul worked to make this place unique for his own family, he also took special care to preserve the natural beauty of land. The Big Bass Lake is home to a variety of wildlife such as blue heron and bald eagles and the lake is full of fish. Large swaths of greenspace are dotted throughout the development, providing stunning views and a deeper sense of privacy for its residents. What once was a typical Hoosier cornfield is now the premier luxury community in Carmel.
Come visit Waterfront of West Clay today and see for yourself why this is the ideal place to craft your dream home.