The Prosser House is located near downtown Indianapolis in Windsor Park, one of the city's original streetcar suburbs. Built in 1886, it's listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The house is known for its elaborate plaster ceilings and ornamentation created by Englishman William Prosser, who designed much of the plaster ornamentation for the Indiana State House and luxury Victorian hotels of the day. The floorplan includes a large living room, adjacent parlor or gallery, and a master bedroom with fireplace and chandelier.
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Katie M. booked a boudoir photos for 3 people
Space was just like the photos if not better! Jonathon was easy to communicate with! And my boudoir shoot was went prefect!
Elizabeth G. booked a photoshoot for 2 people
Gorgeous space was perfect for a photo shoot with lots of natural light. Host was friendly and responded quickly. Would definitely book again.