Homes for Sale in Milford, Indiana

Whether you've grown to crave small town life after experiencing the clamor of cities or have never wanted anything else, Milford is a place home shoppers in search of the slow life will want to consider. This charming town, laid out in 1836 and named for a ford-side mill, has thrived throughout its long years on the ideals of tradition and community. Here, you will find both good neighbors and privacy in spacious neighborhoods of tree-lined streets, large lots, and charming parks. Owing to its farming roots, Milford is a community that values hard work and strong families and promises a pastoral tranquility that one cannot find in the city.

Living in Milford doesn't mean being totally cut off from the modern world, however. Residents in town can find a host of amenities available to them throughout its convenient town center, and what they cannot find there can be found in one of the surrounding towns thanks to proximity to US-6, an important transportation corridor passing just to the north. State Road 15 also passes through town, adding easy access to larger communities to the south.

But make no mistake, the allure of Milford is in its serene detachment, far away from the rigors of a more complex life. If this allure appeals to you, it helps to have someone on your side who understands the market and can help turn what could be an aggravating house hunt into one that it is as simple and enjoyable as the life you aspire to. A Tucker realtor can fill that need, adding deep community insights, connections, and experience to your search.

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Milford Area Homes

Since the acreage outside of Milford is dominated by farmlands, many residents elect to live in town. Milford is built around a town-center featuring a network of peaceful, tree-lined streets intersecting the parallel north-south runs of its Main Street and State Road 15. Homes here span a range of styles. You can find historic, older domiciles, offering a classic architectural look, and you can also find more modern constructions.

Both offer cozy confines and often sizeable lawns for family gatherings. No matter what home you choose, you can expect to be part of a close-knit society offering a peaceful, hometown aura. Tucker can help you explore the options the Milford, bringing considerable experience and community knowledge to work for you. Be sure and mention any housing preferences you might have with your realtor.

Shopping and Dining

Those who live in Milford will find most of the basic necessities they need in town when it comes to shopping and services. The town's historical downtown community stretches along Main Street, hosting locally owned stores and a smattering of franchise options. Grocers, specialty boutiques, salons, banks, and service shops can be found in this area. You'll also find a number of in-town dining options for a quick bite out, whether you're looking for a burger, pizza, Chinese, or a scoop of ice cream.

If you’re looking for more robust options, Warsaw is the easiest commute for a commercial hub, reachable via State Road 15 and just a few miles away. Shoppers can find national retail outlets, larger grocers, and big box stores. Warsaw also features numerous eateries with enough variety to satisfy just about any craving.

Culture and Entertainment

Living in Milford provides an excellent access point for those who love the great outdoors. While much of the surrounding area is farmland, you'll also find rolling hills and lakes to explore. Waubee Lake within the town limits is one such lake. But it‘s the just the first of many that can be found to the east of town, highlighted by Lake Wawasee, the largest natural lake wholly contained within Indiana. This region has a long history of drawing summer tourists from Chicago and Indianapolis, and this area offers numerous resorts and water-based recreational activities.

In town residents also make use of parks to celebrate community events or just to enjoy a private picnic or hike. The public library is also offers plenty of books, community resources, and events. Nearby Warsaw offers further options including golf, athletic fields, bowling alleys, community theaters, art classes, and cinemas to catch first-run movies.

For those seeking urban entertainment, the nearest options are South Bend, just over 40 miles away, and Fort Wayne, about 50 miles away. While both cities are a longer drive, they make convenient trips when the entertainment is national concert tour, Broadway performance, or a bustling night life. You'll also find museums, historic landmarks, and collegiate and amateur sports teams in both cities.

Careers and Industry

Milford’s economy is heavily based on agriculture and manufacturing, meaning job seekers with skills in either of these fields could be in demand. One of the town's largest employers, CTB. Inc., actually spans both sectors, producing farming equipment. Maple Leaf Farms, the largest White Peking duck producer in North America, is another of the town's longtime large employers. The passing railroad stops at Milford Junction, meaning jobs in warehousing, logistics, and distribution can also be found in town. Nearby communities offer similar opportunities as well as positions in healthcare, education, and other sectors. If commuting is a concern for you, talk to your Tucker realtor. They may be able to help find a Milford home that helps to minimize your drive time.


Public school children in Milford attend the Wawasee Community School Corporation. While the district is based out of Syracuse, parents with primary school students will be able to keep them close to home during their early learning years, thanks to local Milford Elementary School. The same is true of students in the 7th and 8th grades who attend Milford Middle School.

Wawasee High School brings students together for the final leg in their educational journey, offering a progressive curriculum based on traditional values to help prepare them for success in their post-secondary lives. This curriculum includes technologies integration into the classroom, advanced placement courses and college guidance, vocational training, and fine arts instruction. Academic and athletic clubs provide afterschool growth as well as community service programs that allow students to make meaningful contributions to society.

Milford has three private schools for Grades 1-8: Gravelton Parochial School, Maple Grove Amish School, and West Hastings. During the search for your Milford home, your Tucker realtor can assist you in exploring these options if they are of interest.