Homes for Sale in Romney, Indiana

This little unincorporated community in central Indiana has a lot more going on than you might expect. To be sure it’s a small town, but it’s convenient placement between Lafayette and Indianapolis means that residents of the town have easy access to all of their needs. If you’ve been looking for a place where you can enjoy the slow life without giving up access to all the shopping and thrills that big cities offer you, Romney might just be the town you’ve always been looking for in Indiana.

Another important feature of this town is its relationship with Purdue University. This town is a headquarters for many of Purdue’s agricultural programs, so you can find excellent facilities and some of the cultural advantages of having determined young people around. The Throckmorton Purdue Agricultural center is just due north of town on US-231. Romney is also home to Purdue’s equestrian center. The local terrain is very friendly to horses, and you’ll find that many horse owners choose this town to settle down.

If you’d like to talk to an expert about what Romney has to offer, you should call the real estate agents at Tucker. We know Romney and the surrounding area very well, and it would be our pleasure to introduce to you all the charms this town has to offer. Call our office today, and we’ll begin showing you all the great homes for sale in Romney.

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Homes in Romney

Romney is an older town, and that means a lot when it comes to the look and feel of the homes around here. The area was once considered a stop for the region’s agricultural elite, and the facility that now houses Purdue’s horses was once used as a central facility for the sport of Fox Hunting. You can still find some homes in and around Romney that reflect this stately past. And of course, many other homes have been built since then with modern amenities and charms of their own.

Although it’s a small town, there is some excellent variety in the types of homes that are available for sale in Romney. There are some affordable options that are well-priced for their location in town. Of course, there are also some much more extravagant homes that may have been built around the equestrian opportunities and the fine agricultural land that can be found in the area. No matter what you’re looking for, we can help you find something for your budget.

Something must be said for the excellent position that Romney homes occupy. Romney is isolated just enough to offer peace and privacy, but you’re never far from excitement. The larger town of Crawfordsville is just nearby and a great place to pick up a bite to eat or do some shopping. The regional hub of Lafayette is just barely more than 20 minutes away and provides you with many more options. Finally, sprawling Indianapolis can be reached in under an hour. Really, this isolated little town isn’t that far from everything you want to do.

Shopping and Dining

It’s true that you’ll have to visit some of the other nearby towns if you’ve got shopping and dining in mind, but most of the proud residents who live here balance that against the fact that their town is light on traffic and bustle. When you do need to leave, you’ll find that you won’t have to travel far away at all. Nearby Crawfordsville has all the essentials you need in terms of groceries and clothes.

If you’re looking for a little more than just the essentials, you’re not going to have much trouble taking your options a step farther. Lafayette is a large city filled with some of the best that Indiana has to offer when it comes to shopping and dining. The presence of the local Purdue University means that the dining scene is always fresh and exciting, and of course, the same can be said of the nightlife.

To move your options into the next gear, just take an hour to visit Indianapolis. In this world-class city, you’ll be able to find just about any shopping and dining option including flavors sourced from all over the world. We would love to show you what the surrounding area has to offer to Romney residents. Contact our office to get started today.

Culture and Entertainment

Peaceful place that it is, Romney doesn’t have much in-town entertainment, but that absolutely does not mean that entertainment is hard to come across. Whether you’re looking for wonderful nature excursions or big-city fun, it’s all right here around Romney. The easiest place to visit for fun will probably be in Lafayette, and there is plenty there to keep anyone occupied.

When it comes to nature, Lafayette is on the banks of the Wabash River, and there are sections offering fishing, boating, and many other kinds of entertainment. This larger town is also home to many parks and is bordered on the northeastern corner by Prophetstown State Park.

When it comes to social entertainment, Purdue University keeps Lafayette abreast of the latest in culture. You’ll be able to find plenty of fun around the college including an excellent pub culture, concerts, festivals, and much more. There are events going on year round.

If everything Lafayette offers isn’t enough for you, you’re never far from the bright lights of Indianapolis. This is one of the most interesting cities in the Midwest and regularly hosts everything from massive concerts to national sporting events. Whether you’re here to mingle or cheer for your favorite athletes, you’re never going to run out of things to do.

Careers and Industry

Most of the careers around Romney are in the agricultural industry. The university is very active in the area around Romney and is also one of the major employers in the state. Of course, the private farms around the area take advantage of agricultural expertise and machine skills. Many of the residents of Romney choose to commute, and it’s not a challenge to do so. Let us know about your career or career plans, and our realtors will be able to help you find the right spot.


The Tippecanoe School Corporation manages most of the schools that students in Romney might attend. The schools are spread about the other small towns in the area and Lafayette. They include Mintonye Elementary, Southwestern Middle Schools, and McCutcheon High School.