Passionate, caring and involved, Angie Battisti is an excellent real estate broker. Angie’s extensive experience in sales, marketing and management have prepared her to succeed here, where she has found her calling. In Angie’s words, home should be where you live, laugh and love. It is her goal to help everyone find this sense of home in every house they purchase. Angie has a knack for not just listening, but hearing a client’s desires and finding their perfect fit. She delights in creating relationships with her clients that continue long after they leave the closing table.
Angie is a graduate of Lebanon High School and attended Purdue University. She grew up on her family’s 5th generation farm in Boone County, Indiana. She continues a legacy of volunteering in Boone County and continues to be passionate about her community. Some of Angie’s favorite volunteer activities include running 4H events, serving at Traders Point Christian Church and working on her family’s endowed scholarship fund. Angie also enjoys spending time mastering the many aspects of real estate: the ever-changing market, home design, marketing and, of course, the laws.
Angie lives in Zionsville with her husband, Mark, who owns a robotics company. She joined the Sheri Putman team here at Encore Sotheby’s International Realty in 2017. Angie and Mark have two daughters, Audrey and Abbie. Audrey is an RN in the St. Vincent Hospital Emergency Department. Abbie is a recent graduate of Zionsville High School and is excited to attend Indiana University this fall to work on a degree in Neurology. Angie loves welcoming her family and friends in her “home”.
When choosing a realtor, you need look no further. Angie believes it’s the relationship with the client that brings about a successful experience. “It’s not a house, it’s a family’s home!”
Hometown: I’m a Boone County girl! I was born and raised in Lebanon and now my family and I live in Zionsville, IN
Years with Encore Sotheby’s: 3 years
What makes a house a home to you? To me, home is a place that evokes the feelings of love, peacefulness and contentment. It says “ahh.”
#1 tip for a new homeowner: Give yourself a little time to “live” in your new home before you try to buy too much new decor or make any big changes. Give yourself a little space and time to make decisions you will live with and love long term. Favorite thing to do or eat in Indianapolis: I love exploring new restaurants (or new to me) with my husband, my family or a group of friends. One of my favorites that we recently discovered was Mesh on Mass Ave. I loved the Lobster Bisque!