Homes for Sale in Keystone, Indiana

Keystone is a welcoming community located next to Scuffle Creek in Wells County. The town is known as a peaceful place where people enjoy the simple things in life, free from the stress of the big city. Keystone residents are happy to welcome newcomers, since neighbors here see each other as friends. From community gatherings facilitated by local churches to larger affairs in neighboring towns, the civic engagement of residents in Keystone never fails to surprise visitors. Keystone is a place open to all, from families to single people and retirees. No matter what your situation may be, Keystone is a great place to live.

Keystone sits just north of Montpelier, the nearest town, and Warren and Bluffton are also nearby. Interstate 69 passes just about 15 minutes to the east of town. Keystone sits about halfway between Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, which makes it a great place to live if you want to enjoy the peace and quiet of the small town without loosing the possibility of venturing into the big city. There are also many beautiful natural areas nearby. Keystone isn’t far from the Ohio border, giving residents enviable access to a host of leisure and business activities there.

If you're interested in learning more about this little town, consider speaking to a Tucker realtor. Our realtors are highly knowledgeable, and they'll be more than happy to help you find the right home for you and your family. Once they tell you all you need to know about homes for sale in Keystone, you'll have no problem finding the perfect place to call home.

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Homes in the Keystone Area

Keystone was founded over 100 years ago by settlers who hailed from Pennsylvania, the “Keystone State.” While not too many buildings remain from the original town, there is a definite sense of tradition in Keystone, one that includes architecture. Most houses in town are simply yet sturdily built, standing against both winter snows and summer heat. If you've got a specific aesthetic in mind, be sure to mention it to a Tucker realtor. Our realtors will be able to point you toward a house that fits your needs and your wants.

Shopping and Dining

Keystone residents have several options when it comes to shopping. When they need something, whether it be a necessity or a luxury, many Keystone residents head to one of the neighboring towns. From charming flower shops to furniture stores, safety products to groceries, residents can easily find what they need. And plenty of clothing stores and jewelry shops make it easy to get what they want as well.

While Keystone's small size limits the amount of dining options in town, a short drive to Bluffton or other towns reveals a bountiful list of choices. People in Bluffton enjoy both classic American flavors and exotic cuisine, and these restaurants certainly deliver. From diners that serve up steaming plates piled high with food to restaurants serving up authentic south-of-the-border dishes, there's something for every palate in Bluffton. Some of the best restaurants also offer beautiful views of the river, making them a great choice for date night. Whatever the case, you're sure to find great food without driving too far away from home.

Culture and Entertainment

When Keystone residents find some free time, many head to nearby state parks. One of the most popular natural areas in the region is Oubache State Park. This reserve features camping, hiking trails, and a swimming pool. The trails are also frequented by bikers who enjoy taking in the beautiful wooded landscape. Fall is a spectacular time of year at Oubache. The leaves turn brilliant colors, painting the landscape in reds and golds. And Oubache's secluded location makes it ideal for those who really want to get away from it all.

Just over the Ohio border, Grand Lake-St. Mary's State Park also attracts many visitors each year. The Mercer Wildlife Area, located on the lake's borders, contains many beautiful and rare native species. The state park offers camping and bike rentals. Wintertime is a great time to visit as well with plenty of chances to explore in a snow-covered landscape.

Keystone residents also frequent Indianapolis. Indianapolis offers something for every taste from shopping and dining to arts and sports. Whether you want to see a Colts game or an opera, Indianapolis is the place to be. Busy concert schedules make music fans happy while zoos and the world's largest children's museum make it a great city for family adventures.

Careers and Industry

Keystone is a farm town, surrounded by verdant fields that yield a bountiful harvest each fall. As a result most residents are involved in agriculture from labor to mechanical work. However, these aren't the only careers found in the area. Nearby communities also offer jobs in various fields, and the commute is an easy one, free of traffic. Be sure to mention your career path to a Tucker realtor. One of our realtors will be able to find you a home that cuts down on your commute.


Students in Keystone attend Southern Wells Schools, which serves elementary through high school students. They start off at Southern Wells Elementary where they pick up the basics of reading, writing, and arithmetic. At Southern Wells Junior/Senior High, students learn advanced critical thinking abilities in class and apply them in the community. Many go on to attend top-tier colleges throughout the nation.