Mayme Kemper


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Raised in the historic small town of Pendleton, IN., Mayme Kemper was born into a life of restoration, and interior design. Her childhood was spent in a renovated Queen Anne Victorian flipped by her parents, and riding her bike along the white picket fences and brick avenues of a charming community helped instill in her a tremendous love for historic homes of all shapes and sizes. 

But Mayme wasn’t always one for the small town life, and found herself traveling to Los Angeles after high school, where she received her degree in Merchandising Product Development from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising. While life in California helped her grow, not just as a creative individual, but by opening her eyes to new types of culture and architecture, she knew LA living wasn’t for her. 

Fresh out of college, Mayme followed her heart back to the place she loved; the Hoosier heartland of Indiana. Eventually she relocated to Indianapolis, where she spent more than ten years as a store manager in luxury retail, a job she felt helped pave the way toward her new career in real estate. 

Following in the footsteps of her mother, Mayme also started her own small business in 2017. High Noon Novelties sells vintage jewelry, restored antique furniture, magnificent midcentury treasures. While passionate about home décor and interior design, Mayme wanted more. She received her real estate license in 2019, and now finds her true calling helping Indianapolis residents locate the perfect place to call home. 

Mayme’s eagerness for being a part of the growing Indianapolis housing market, mixed with love of interior design, are clearly evident. If you’re looking for a new Real Estate Broker, Mayme takes pride in servicing her clients by delivering exceptional service and establishing lifelong relationships.

In her limited free time, Mayme can be found renovating her “new” Craftsman home with her partner, walking her small dog to brunch, or flipping the latest piece of historic furniture she’s hell-bent on saving.