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Homes for Sale in Kewanna, Indiana

Kewanna is a peaceful place in northern Indiana. Residents are known for their friendly and welcoming attitudes, and newcomers often feel like old friends shortly after moving to town. This is partly due to the town's proud history and tradition. The town's history stretches back before 1850. The Kewanna tradition starts with days on the frontier and eases slowly into its current place in modern Indiana. The town's secluded location draws many residents who long to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big city. As a result, the community is a quiet one, and small neighborhood gatherings make up a significant portion of civic life.

Kewanna is located between the towns of Rochester and Winamac and is north of Logansport. Interstate 65 passes about 20 minutes to the east of town. From their central location, Kewanna's citizens have easy access to an enviable array of Indiana's recreation and business opportunities. Indianapolis lies to the south, well within distance for a long afternoon vacation or a weekend trip. Closer still is the southern shore of Lake Michigan, which supports a heavy tourist industry during the summer months with a busy schedule of concerts and other events on and off the beaches.

If you're thinking of settling down in a classic Indiana small town, Kewanna should be high on your list. The friendly residents and fertile soil make life here simple and fulfilling. To learn more about the town or to get the inside scoop on the local housing market, talk to a Tucker realtor. Our realtors are highly knowledgeable, and they'll be more than happy to tell you all you need to know about homes for sale in Kewanna. With their help you'll be able to find the right home for you and your family in no time.

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Kewanna August 14, 2018
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$81.82
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$114,900
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Homes in the Kewanna Area

Kewanna is home to a rich history. And because of this, you'll find several different housing styles in town. While many of the most notable buildings in Kewanna are built in historic styles, time has not left this town untouched. You can expect to find a number of newer styles throughout the city. If you have a specific style preference when it comes to architecture, be sure to mention it to one of our realtors. A Tucker realtor will be able to direct you toward a house that suits your needs and satisfies your wants.

Shopping and Dining

While there are several stores in town, allowing residents to pick up the necessities without leaving, most people leave to get their larger shopping done. Thanks to the proximity of nearby towns and cities, this is never an arduous task. Within a short drive, it's easy to find a number of different establishments. You can find fine grocery stores, clothing outlets, furniture shops, and more without straying too far from town.

Kewanna and the surrounding towns never fail to impress guests with quality of their dining scene. No matter where you choose to eat, you're guaranteed a steaming plate piled high with tasty and fresh food, all at a reasonable price. Kewanna's dining options include family-friendly establishments and welcoming cafes. Head just a bit out of town, and you'll find everything from pizza to classic American fare. You can also get a good amount of authentic south-of-the-border flavors nearby.

Culture and Entertainment

When Kewanna's residents find a bit of free time on their hands, many spend it in the great outdoors. Northern Indiana has many opportunities for outdoor recreation, and from Kewanna, many of these options are easily accessible. The nearby Tippecanoe River State Park is a favorite in both summer and wintertime. The state park has many different campgrounds as well as four nature programs that attract kids and learners of all ages. Canoeing is also a popular pastime at the state park. Other waterways in the region include Lake Maxinkuckee and Bass Lake, both of which offer recreational options galore.

Of course, none of these options compare to Lake Michigan, which is just about an hour north of town. Lake Michigan is home to beautiful beaches and parks as well as thriving lake cities that cater to visitors and vacationers with plenty of entertainment options. Michigan City and Portage are two Indiana favorites. You can count on great live music, wonderful food, and relaxing days on the shores of the lake.

Indianapolis, which lies to the south, offers the best man-made entertainment around. Sports fans regularly head to the city for Colts games, Pacers games, and races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway while arts fans have all they can handle in both galleries and museums spread across the city.

Careers and Industry

Like much of northern Indiana, Kewanna's main industry is agriculture. Residents work the land with verdant pastures spreading out for miles on either side. As a result trained farm labor is always appreciated as is mechanical expertise. Farm equipment takes constant upkeep, and repairs are often needed during heavy use during the harvest time.

Schools

Students in Kewanna attend Kewanna Elementary for their first years. The school is conveniently located right in town. After they pick up the basics, they move on to Rochester Community Middle School before finishing up their K–12 education at Rochester High School.