Russiaville has a long and proud history that dates back to the 1850s. It began as a Quaker settlement and later served as an important stop on the Underground Railroad. Modern residents of Russiaville still have every reason to be proud of their beautiful little town. It’s not very large, but it has plenty of other benefits to offer those looking for a peaceful home. Our realtors would love the chance to introduce them to you.
The population of Russiaville typically hovers around a thousand residents. It’s not a large town, but many of the people who call it home prefer it like that. They enjoy instead the peace and naturally slow-paced lifestyle that living in this town offers. It must also be said that this town is a beautiful one, whether the surrounding pastures are covered in fresh summer grass or downy mounds of snow. It’s truly a town that must be seen to be believed.
Our realtors have seen Russiaville in every season, and they’ll happily tell you about all the features that can be enjoyed in this quaint town. There are plenty of outdoor sights, local attractions, festivities, and classic homes. No matter what you’re looking for, the agents at Tucker can find the right home for sale in Russiaville for you. Call today to get started on your journey to the perfect home.
As you might expect from a town that has well over 150 years of history, the homes here have a uniquely classic character. It’s not hard to find gorgeous homes of a style and quality that seem lost to the modern age. Of course, you’re never short on modern homes if that’s what you prefer. Many people have made Russiaville their home in recent years and brought the latest home styles and features with them.
The homes in Russiaville can be had at surprisingly reasonable prices, even the ones that can be found along the town’s charming Main Street. Significantly grander homes can also be found in town but more so in the areas just outside of it. Gorgeous refuges on massive lots can be found less than 20 miles outside the town, and these homes come with additional advantages when it comes to things like privacy and room to stretch.
As isolated as it may seem, when you’re enjoying the views that stretch out to the horizon, it’s not hard to get where you need to go from Russiaville. Kokomo is the nearest large town, and it’s barely 20 minutes away. Just over a half hour away is the trendy town of Lafayette. If you’re willing to drive an hour, you’ll find everything you could ever need in the city of Indianapolis.
Although the town isn’t the largest, your essentials are covered. General stores and a locally owned grocery store in town should serve most of your needs when it comes to basic shopping. Despite the size of the town, the options for dining are surprisingly robust. This may have to do with the fact that State Road 26 passes right through the center of town. There are plenty of options for dining including pizza places, sandwich shops, and more.
If you ever get tired of the options in town, exciting new ones are no further than next door in Kokomo. The Indiana University campus in Kokomo is a bustling place, and everything from local bistros to the most popular chains in the U.S. have risen up to meet the appetites of the students who live here. There are too many options to name, but it’s almost guaranteed that you’ll find something to match your craving in this town.
It hardly needs to be said that there are more dining and shopping options in Indianapolis than you could explore given a year’s time. It’s one of the largest cities in the U.S. and filled with flavors and goods you can’t find anywhere else. At just over an hour away, it’s not even a long trip, and the rewards for making the journey are fantastic.
For a town of its size, Russiaville has a surprisingly active social calendar. The people of this community love to come together for family activities. The Russiaville Summer Fest is likely the biggest event that goes on during the year, but the town calendar typically includes everything from circuses, music festivals, and historical reenactments. If you’re looking for a place to unwind and meet your neighbors, you’ll probably like what the local Brady Park has to offer you.
Russiaville has a large agricultural base and a full-service local lumber yard. Skilled machinists and other trade professionals shouldn’t have much trouble finding work around the area, and there are farm supply stores and several businesses in town that also offer employment. Commuting is more than possible with Kokomo so close. Frankfort is another nearby town that Russiaville residents can rely on for jobs.
If you have a specific career in mind, you should mention it to your Tucker realtor. Our agents know where you can find the best opportunities in and around town, and it would be our pleasure to bring those opportunities to you. Call our offices to learn more.
Russiaville is served by the Western School Corporation. Schools in town include Western Primary School (Grades K–2), Western Intermediate School (Grades 3–5), Western Middle School (Grades 6–8), and Western High School (Grades 9–12). All of these schools offer your child an excellent education.