Anderson, IN Homes for Sale

Anderson is the seat and jewel of Madison County, Indiana. As a historic community with rich traditions, it possesses a charm and ambience that is difficult to find in modern cities. The city is notable for its economic resilience. Many predicted that this city would experience problems when its former chief employer, GM, relocated out of the area. However, several years later in 2007, Anderson was making the Forbes list for 100 Best Places for Businesses among Smaller U.S. Metro Areas. By 2013, Anderson had moved from 98th on that list to 64th. Thirteen new companies had moved into the area by 2013, and new businesses continue to expand or establish themselves in the area.

Anderson is a great community to consider if you’re looking for a new place to live in Indiana. Whether you’re looking to snag a piece of the escalating economic boom or just find a quality community outside Indianapolis, this city surely has something to offer you. Read more

Anderson / December 22, 2014
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Anderson Homes

Anderson has great options for everyone. Our homes for sale in Anderson are available at just about every price point. Whether you’re looking for a cozy family home or something a little more stately, new options are showing up on the market all the time. We typically have many listings in Anderson at any given time with a lot of variety in style, size, and lots. That is to say, it’s usually very easy for us to help you find a home that meets all of your needs. Contact us about our homes for sale in Anderson today. We’d be happy to help you find exactly what you need.

Shopping and Dining

There’s more than enough shopping and dining in Anderson to meet the needs of even the most adventurous shopaholics and foodies. While there are great stores and boutiques spread all throughout Anderson, you’ll find some of the best shopping to the south of the city near where State Road 9 meets I-69. Here, you’ll find everything from department stores to bargain shopping. There’s also a popular shopping area in the north of Anderson near where State Road 9 meets Mounds Road. That’s where you’ll find the Mounds Mall, which offers a lot of popular shops as well as a theater and all the other entertainment amenities you’d expect.

The central dining locations of Anderson are in about the same areas as the shopping. Most restaurants in the community are located on State Road 9 near I-69. You’ll find most of your favorite national eateries here, but Anderson is no slouch when it comes to the family-owned eateries you won’t find anywhere else. You’ll also find more options near the Mounds Mall of Anderson, including plenty more inside the mall itself. From coffee shops to Egyptian food, Anderson has plenty of options for the adventurous and not so adventurous.

Culture and Entertainment

Anderson is rich in entertainment options for singles, couples, and families alike. Singles and couples will no doubt enjoy the great nightlife available here in Anderson. The city is rich in bars, taverns, and pubs, where community members can be found kicking back and enjoying some drinks and conversation. Those who prefer their fun in the daylight certainly have plenty to keep them busy as well. The city hosts several lovely parks and is also adjacent to the massive Mounds State Park and Shadyside Park. If you like more structured options, you may prefer one of the several nearby Country Clubs. Families aren’t short on great options, of course. Besides the theater at Mounds Malls, kids can be distracted for a summer day at the local bowling alley, speedway, or community pools. The Hoosier Park Racing & Casino is always a good place to watch horse racing and spend an afternoon or evening about.

Careers and Industry

The economic boom currently happening in Anderson has even Forbes taking notice. More than $215 million was invested into the community in 2012 with dozens of additional businesses popping up in 2013 and 2014. Today, new businesses of many different kinds have come to this area to fill the void left by GM. The local universities and hospitals provide thousands of jobs to the community, and you can find Nestle and Xerox offices here as well. Wal-Mart and Kroger also provide hundreds of jobs between them.

If you aren’t sure that you want to work in Anderson, you’ll be pleased to know that the unique location of Anderson makes it one of the best cities in Indiana for commuters. Interstate 69, which borders Anderson directly to the south, goes straight to Indianapolis (about a 40 minute commute to the north side of Indianapolis). Anderson is additionally surrounded by many other major roads and highways including State Roads 67, 36, 32, and 128. This makes it easy to reach Muncie, Alexandria, Elwood, and other nearby communities.

Schools

There are plenty of schools in Anderson for parents moving here to choose from, depending on the age of their children and the neighborhood they plan to live in. The public schools in the area are managed by the Anderson Community School Corporation. They manage five elementary schools, one middle school, and a local high school. Many parents in the area also enjoy the quality of the local military-style charter school, Anderson Preparatory Academy.

Those are only the public options though. The Anderson community is also rich in private schools covering every grade from elementary to high school. Local private schools include St. Mary’s School, St. Ambrose School, Indiana Christian Academy, and Calvary Academy, among several others. These schools, as well as the public options, are spread conveniently around Anderson, so it’s likely that you’ll be able to find an excellent option near most neighborhoods.

Anderson also has several post-secondary options if you’re an adult looking to pursue continuing education. Among the great universities and colleges in the area, you’ll find Anderson University, Harrison College, Ivy Tech Community College, and one of Purdue University’s branch campuses.