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Homes for Sale in Bunker Hill, Indiana

Bunker Hill is a small town in central Indiana. Founded over 150 years ago, the town is named for the famous early battle in the Revolutionary War. The town bears a proud tradition of patriotism and respect for history, making Bunker Hill a strong and friendly community, welcoming to friend and stranger alike. It is perhaps especially well known for its racing because of its drag strip and speedway within city limits.

Bunker Hill lies just south of Pipe Creek and east of US-31 and Grissom Air Force Base. This town sits between I-65 and I-69, both of which will take you straight into Indianapolis, about an hour away. Surrounding communities like Kokomo and Marion make Bunker Hill part of a larger community of small towns with plenty of community events for all to enjoy. From Bunker Hill's central position, plenty of superb natural areas and cultural activities are within striking distance.

If you want to settle down in a friendly small town without giving up on the joys of the big city, Bunker Hill just may be the place for you. To learn more about homes for sale in Bunker Hill, consider talking to a Tucker realtor. Our realtors are highly knowledgeable when it comes to the local housing market, and they will be more than happy to help you secure the home of your dreams.

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Bunker Hill August 19, 2018
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$65.17
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$69,900
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Bunker Hill Area Homes

Bunker Hill's history is evident after a short walk through town. The original aesthetic of the mid-19th century has left its mark on many buildings in the downtown area with brick-lined façades lending the town a genuine small town feel that is the pride of Indiana. However, plenty of newer homes also dot the cityscape. No matter what you're looking for, you're guaranteed to find a house that matches your style here. Bunker Hill offers something for everyone. If you have a favorite housing style in mind, simply mention it to your Tucker realtor, and they will suggest a home that suits your needs and your wants.

Shopping and Dining

Thanks to Bunker Hill's place as a racing hub, the town supports more businesses of all sorts than most other towns its size. Shopping in Bunker Hill often includes making the short drive down to Kokomo where a wider variety of stores from national chains to specialty shops can be found. Some of the top local shops include Sugar Creek Candies, Front Porch Primitives, Bowden Flowers, Sound of Music, and Kokomo Toys and Collectibles.

No matter where you end up going to get something to eat in Bunker Hill and beyond, you'll find delicious food served with a smile in classic, small-town fashion. Some of the best eats in town can be had at the Bruno Brothers Brick Oven Pizza restaurant. Specialty pies share space with classics at Bruno Brothers. Another top choice is the Dutch Café, which sits right on US-31 and serves up classic flavors with a buffet layout.

Culture and Entertainment

When Bunker Hill's residents have leisure time, they have access to a wide range of activities from sports to enjoying the outdoors. The Drag Strip and Speedway are two of the most popular options. If you're a fan of speed, there's simply no better place to go to beat your lap time while fully engaging your vehicle, as we all know highways simply can’t do. The Bunker Hill Town Park is a great place to relax on a sunny day. The park offers two pavilions, which are open to rent for parties and other gatherings. It’s the hub for youth activities like sports leagues and scouting events.

Bunker Hill is also home to its own Fish and Game Club. For those who enjoy hunting and fishing, it's an absolute must. There are plenty of fish running in local rivers and creeks, and few activities will allow the mind to unwind like fishing in the Indiana sun, especially after a long week of work. The Miami State Recreation Area is another great option, just fifteen minutes out of town on the banks of Mississinewa Lake. Plenty of beautiful wildlife viewing and hiking draws outdoor lovers from all over the county to the lake.

Careers and Industry

Bunker Hill's main industry is agriculture. Verdant pastures extend for miles around. As a result, skilled labor with a knowledge of agricultural and trained mechanical expertise is always in demand. However, with Kokomo and other towns just a short drive away, a whole range of careers can be pursued with ease, making Bunker Hill the perfect town for commuters. Your Tucker realtor may be able to point you toward a property that saves you time and money by shortening your commute.

Schools

Bunker Hill students are served by Maconaquah Schools. Young learners first attend Bunker Hill Elementary. From there, they move on to Maconaquah Middle School, which sits just east of town. After picking up valuable social and academic aptitudes, students conclude their studies at Maconaquah High School, where they meet new levels of academic rigor. While in middle and high school, students can also participate in a variety of varsity sports as well as pursuing interests in arts, civics, and other extracurricular activities.