Homes for Sale in Odon, Indiana

Nestled amid fertile farmlands and rolling hills of southeastern Indiana, Odon presents home shoppers who prefer the quiet life a compelling offer of a nearly idyllic agrarian community. This is a town of roomy lots and tree-lined streets, and a welcoming people that celebrate with pride the enduring traditions of a land shaped by agriculture. Here, you will find a rewarding lifestyle built around a quaint town center—the perfect place to lay down roots and enjoy the simple pleasures, far away from the bustle of urban affairs.

The nearest city of size is Bloomington, over 40 miles away to the northeast, and most of the surrounding towns are no larger than Odon itself. That said, Odon offers several commercial amenities not often associated with a town its size, ensuring residents need not travel far for the things they need. Likewise, when residents do feel the need to get out of town, Interstate 69 is just a few miles west of Odon and offers easy access to the immediate area, connecting residents directly to Bloomington.

If you crave a straightforward lifestyle backed by the spread of a pastoral landscape, Odon is certainly deserving of attention. A Tucker realtor is perfectly suited to give you an introduction to this quaint community. Tucker enjoys extensive knowledge of this housing market as well as community connections to ensure minimal headaches during this exciting time in your life.

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Odon Area Homes

While a small town that's big on land and low on population, Odon still offers plenty of housing options for those with the market insights and connections to unearth them. This is where a Tucker realtor can be of substantial aid to your house hunt, leveraging considerable experience to help you find the right home for sale in Odon.

Like many small towns with a considerable history behind it, numerous older homes of sturdy construction and classic charm can be found in Odon. Whether you're looking for a ranch-style home or something more standard, you may well be in luck. If you're looking to enjoy the peace and quiet that Odon affords while living in something a little more contemporary, Tucker might just be able to help you there as well.

Shopping and Dining

Despite its small size, Odon residents have plenty to offer in town when it comes to finding basic necessities. Several stores can be found close to the town's center including grocery stores and general stores, a pharmacy, and several specialty stores, salons, and service shops. Many quaint dining establishments can also be found in Odon for a quick bite out including locally owned pubs, family restaurants, cafes, and plenty of take-out restaurants.

To the southeast along Interstate 69, the mid-sized town of Washington, the Daviess County seat, offers the commercial options you would expect from a town of its size and status. You'll find shopping centers and national retailers as well as a slew of locally owned stores and service shops. You'll also find larger grocery stores here. Washington also offers a fairly eclectic dining scene with both local offerings and national franchises.

For your urban shopping desires, Bloomington is the nearest city and is directly accessible via Interstate 69. Bloomington offers charming and diverse retail experiences with several beautifully maintained commercial districts to explore. It also presents a thriving culinary scene, which in itself makes the occasional trip worthwhile.

Culture and Entertainment

When it comes to cultural heritage, the people of Odon celebrate their town's history with a variety of community events and festivals. One of the most popular events is the Odon Old Settlers Festival, which offers a weekend of carnival rides, craft and food vendors, live entertainment, and a widely attended floral competition. Another popular event is the annual Pumpkin Festival designed to commemorate the fall harvest.

Odon also offers athletic fields for exercise and games, primarily housed at Odon Park, southwest of the town center. For those looking for more expansive outdoor fun, Hoosier National Forest, a sprawling wilderness area of over 200,000 acres, lies to east of Odon. There, residents can spend their time camping, fishing, and hiking in a beautiful natural environment and explore the historic sites and rural communities found within.

For nightlife options the closest option is Washington. The downtown community offers pubs for live music, karaoke, and comedy. Or you can plan a trip to Bloomington, which is still convenient enough of a drive for the occasional escape to enjoy some urban entertainment. Bloomington offers a thriving entertainment atmosphere, particularly with regard to live music, comedy, and performance art. It also hosts several music, arts, and sports festivals throughout the year that draw visitors from all over the nation.

Careers and Industry

Indiana's sprawling agricultural sector provides the most common source of employment for residents of Odon. Area farms are often on the lookout for skilled workers, particularly during harvest season. Jobs in warehousing and distribution can also be found here, supporting the area's agricultural production. The other popular industrial sector in the region is manufacturing. If you intend to work outside of Odon, a Tucker agent may be able to help you find a home for sale in Odon that will minimize your commute.


Public school students living in Odon enroll in the North Daviess Community School District. All of the schools in the system are located in Elnora, Odon's western neighbor. Students in Grades K–6 attend North Daviess Elementary School where they have the benefit of a safe, engaging learning environment. North Daviess Junior High School and North Daviess High School provide education to older students, molding socially responsible adults primed for success in their post-secondary lives, whether that means college or a move straight into the workforce.

Students benefit from numerous academic and athletic clubs as well as opportunities to enrich themselves and their town through community services. Students also enjoy the perks of a curriculum that balances traditional learning with technologies integration in the classroom, providing the skillsets and abilities to succeed in an increasingly technocentric world.