Amy Sutherland
Associate Broker, Office Manager
Seymour Office
(812) 522-5060  |  (812) 522-5060  |  Indiana RB14034038   |
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Welcome to Seymour!

The first settler on the land that is now Seymour was James Shields who brought his family here in 1816 and built on the property which is now the old city cemetery. In 1820, he received a land grant for the ground he had homesteaded in the area called Mule Crossing.

The son of James Shields, Captain Meedy W. Shields, who later became a State Senator, inherited his father’s land holdings and developed it into a prosperous farm. During the latter 1840’s, a north-south railroad connecting the Ohio River at Jeffersonville with Indianapolis was built crossing the Shields’ farm. In 1852, an east-west railroad was being surveyed through Jackson County and Shields persuaded the railroad company to run through his property. In exchange for this favor, he agreed to name the town after the railroad’s civil engineer, J. Seymour. Seymour, Indiana, quickly became a major center of commercial activity. The city was incorporated in 1864 with a population of 1553.

You may not have been born in John Mellencamp’s “Small Town” but you will always be welcomed to visit — or live amongst our notable doctors, inventors, rock stars, and even a former Miss America, all who proudly claim Seymour, Indiana, as their home.

Welcome to Columbus!

Columbus, Indiana is ranked sixth in the nation for architectural innovation and design by the American Institute of Architects, right behind Chicago, New York, San Francisco, Boston and Washington, D.C. Visitors to Columbus can see more than 70 buildings and pieces of public art by internationally noted architects and artists, including I.M. Pei and Eliel Saarinen. The Columbus story has been featured in dozens of regional and national publications, including CBS’s Sunday Morning, National Geographic, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, and Midwest Living. Read more about our world renowned architecture, public art, and tour information at the Columbus Visitors Center.



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Amy has helped me twice in one year; once to buy a home and then again to sell that same home when my career took me away from town. I can honestly say that SHE IS AMAZING. She is the ultimate professional, always eager to help people sete into their next phase of life by doing way more than a typical realtor. The thing I love about Amy is that she knows Jackson County like the back of her hand and has a deep well of knowledge and intuition about which neighborhoods will make a person the happiest. I can’t recommend Amy enough!



We bought our house through Amy 4 years and half ago, today we just closed it through Amy. Once again we were impressed by her experience of real estate. She worked efficiently, communicated effectively. When dealing with adverse situation, she always stays calm and came up with solutions. She is creative, positive and pragmatic. From the beginning to the end, Amy showed the impeccable professionalism. We consider it our blessing to have her as our agent. By having her twice, our luck was doubled.



It was a pleasure getting to know Amy. She is by far the most patient real estate professional I've ever worked with. She knew exactly what my family and I were looking for and she took the time to take us to so many houses until we found the one. She is great at what she does and she treats everyone with kindness and respect. I will definitely reach out to Amy if we're ever in the market for a new house. Anytime I hear of someone looking to buy or sell a house, I'm quick to recommend her.

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