Nestled among tree-adorned rolling hills and meandering creeks, The Club at Chatham Hills emerges—unlike any terrain familiar to Central Indiana. This is a special place, carved out by Mother Nature herself. Filled with history and preserved land, Chatham Hills has a story, many stories in fact.
Located in Westfield, Indiana, this land has been passed down for eight generations, originally purchased as a part of the Northwest Territory. Indiana’s beloved poet James Whitcomb Riley recited stories in fireside readings, children explored the creeks and hills, families farmed the fields, and memories have been made around fire pits tucked beneath the tree canopies. With its rolling hills, lush forests, trickling creeks and steep ravines and historic farmstead, it seems like a world away. But it’s been here all along. With quick access to Indianapolis’ main artery, US 31, just off the 191st street interchange, you can get here and there and go to and fro within minutes.