Linden is a welcoming community in Montgomery County. The town has a history that stretches back over 150 years, and all those years have left residents with a deep appreciation for culture and tradition. Linden residents are about as friendly as can be, which is to be expected in an Indiana small town. Visitors and new residents alike are often surprised by the way in which they're welcomed into the community. Linden is known as a place where anyone can settle down and make a home. Single people, families, and retirees all enjoy living in Linden.
Linden straddles US-231 between Crawfordsville and Lafayette, giving residents easy access to two urban areas. And Interstate 74 is just down the road, an easy mark for road trips all over the state. Indianapolis is just about 45 minutes away, an easy target for those looking to head into the city for a weekend adventure or an evening out. In any case, a number of great business and leisure opportunities lie within easy reach for Linden residents.
If you're thinking of settling down in a place that welcomes newcomers that values peace and quiet, and that doesn't force you to sacrifice on opportunity, consider making the move to Linden. Linden's residents are known for their cheerful and active spirits. If you'd like to learn more about this small town, speak to a Tucker realtor today. Our realtors are highly knowledgeable, and they'll be more than happy to help you find the right home for you and your family.
Linden's proud history has left its mark on the cityscape. There are many homes in town that are easily recognizable as references to a bygone era. Classic small town architecture graces many buildings in the downtown area. However, there are also many newer constructions throughout town, and there are many different styles that appeal to young people and retirees alike. If you've got a specific architectural preference in mind, let your Tucker realtor know. Our realtors are highly knowledgeable, and they'll be happy to help you find the right home for your family. With their expertise the perfect home is never too far out of reach.
Residents in Linden can get all the daily necessities in town if they wish to. Linden also supports a number of other stores with collectibles and a beauty shop located in town. However, if they want more variety, Linden's residents make the short drive out of town to Crawfordsville. Crawfordsville supports everything from nationally recognized chain stores to locally owned specialty goods shops, and the variety is endless. Whether they're trying to pick up home improvement products, get fresh and locally grown fruit and produce, or pick up new clothes, Linden residents leave Crawfordsville feeling satisfied.
Linden has its own café, which is a great place to eat at the end of the day. However, when it comes to more options, Crawfordsville delivers perfectly. In Crawfordsville, people enjoy different kinds of cuisine. There are national fast food chains as well as authentic Asian establishments that serve up authentic dishes brought down by generations of tradition. Authentic south-of-the-border flavors spice many dishes while pizza and Italian food attract those with an affinity for Mediterranean flavors. In any case, there is no shortage of great food found just down the road from Linden.
Linden's citizens often find themselves in Indianapolis on a weekend night and for good reason. The city offers something for every taste. Football fans head to Colts games while racing aficionados love the Indy 500. Meanwhile, children play and learn at the biggest kids museum in the nation, and zoos and other establishments keep them happy and active. Artists and art critics make frequent trips to Indianapolis as great museums, galleries, and performing arts centers playing host to a busy schedule of exhibits and performances. Finally, concerts attract crowds young and old with everything from rock to country to drum and bass present.
If Linden's residents want to explore the great outdoors, they have plenty of chances just a short drive away. Turkey Run State Park is heralded as one of the finest state parks in the entire state, complete with an amazing canyon, plenty of hiking and horseback riding, and creek boating. Camp spots are available throughout the warm months. It's a great way to get outside with family and friends.
Linden lies in a mostly agricultural part of Indiana, surrounded by green pastures. Many of the residents work in the fields, and labor, management, and mechanical work are essential parts of the farming process. If these aren't your profession, no need to worry. The proximity of Crawfordsville and Lafayette means that a number of different industries are just a short drive away. If you'd like to cut down on your commute, talk to a Tucker realtor. One of our realtors will be able to find you a property that drastically reduces the time you spend in the car each day.
Students in Linden start off their educational journey right in town at Linden Elementary. Then, they move up to Northridge Middle School, located just south of town along US-231. Finally, at North Montgomery High School, students pick up the skills necessary for success in colleges and careers throughout the nation.