Homes for Sale in Stroh, Indiana

The small town of Stroh is unincorporated yet has had a post office since 1900. The community only has a couple hundred residents and is located in LaGrange County. Living in LaGrange County brings with it much history since it was first settled around 1828. The county was named after the home of the Marquis De La Fayette in Paris, France, who was a Revolutionary War hero.

This isn’t the largest town you’ll find, but you’ll find that the people of this slow-paced town like it that way. A small community means that you’ll never have any trouble getting to know your neighbors. There are plenty of large lots and room to stretch in these peaceful streets.

Because of its history, there is a rich collection of homes in all styles that can be found in Stroh. If you’re looking for something with a classic feel, you’re sure to find some great choices with the help of our talented Stroh realtors.

LaGrange is in northern Indiana and is approximately 55 miles east of South Bend, Indiana. The county’s first settlers were from New England and worked hard to clear the roads in order to build farms, churches, homes, and government buildings. The county is also home to a large Amish population, which is considered to be part of the Northern Indiana Amish Country.

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Stroh Area Homes

The small town of Stroh is found on the western side of Big Turkey Lake and Hayward Lake is on that side of town as well. The town predominantly consists of rural farmland and houses many gorgeous lakes. No matter where you end up purchasing your home, you’ll have great views, fresh air, and a unique lifestyle, second to none.

Those who choose to move to Stroh do so because of the great water-centric lifestyle and enjoy this quiet town’s charms. Your neighbors will quickly become your friends in Stroh.

If you’re ready to purchase your home, speak with your Stroh area realtor for information on what’s available here and what will work best for your family’s needs including budget, size of house, size of landm and of course, how close you want to be to the lakes.

Your Talk To Tucker realtor can help introduce you to the town and its residents, visit homes to learn what is on your wish list, and even help you understand the school system and how to settle in.

Shopping and Dining

With the myriad of small shops in and around Stroh, it’s easy to find everything you’re looking for. However, for those extended shopping requirements, look no further than Angola as well as Fort Wayne further south. Angola also offers Stroh residents the convenience of the Angola Square Shopping Center.

Stroh has some great restaurants with plenty of fresh fish on the menus. What’s great about Stroh is the lack of nearby fast food chains, making your options relatively healthier than other places. Of course, you can always go a little northeast to Angola to enjoy quick service staples like McDonald’s and Subway as well as fast casual chains and independent restaurants that service Chinese, pizza, burgers, and Mexican fare as well.

Culture and Entertainment

When living in Stroh, water is a way of life. It’s truly a great thing to be so close to nature and be surrounded by some great people. You and your family can enjoy plenty of great activities in and around Stroh including boating, canoeing, fishing, and camping. There’s also the YMCA Camp Potawotami in Wolcottville offering summer programs for kids, and families are welcome during the fall when there are plenty of outdoor adventures as well.

Nearby Angola has movie theaters, paintball and airsoft games, skydiving, campgrounds, golf courses, Tri-State gymnastics, and other great places to enjoy. Of course, if you are interested in driving south to Fort Wayne, you can also enjoy plenty of activities for the whole family such as museums, theater, concerts, shows, dinner, and dancing.

Careers and Industry

For such a small town, Stoh offers its residents quite a few employment opportunities in various industries. Because of its proximity to the Big Turkey Lake and other nearby lakes, the primary industries in this area include agriculture, fisheries, forestry, and hospitality. And with the many small shops in this township, there are also great work opportunities there as well.

Stroh is close enough to larger towns like Ashley, Kendallville, Wolcottville, and Fort Wayne is only 40 miles south of Stroh. All these towns open up tremendous employment for residents making it a great place to live with a short and easy commute to work.


If your have young students in your home, they will be welcomed with open arms at the Prairie Heights Elementary School in neighboring Wolcottville. Older students will then transition to the Prairie Heights Middle and High Schools later on. The staff at the Prairie Heights Community School Corporation take educating America’s future seriously and have some of the best teachers in the state ready to welcome new students.

There are also a few great nearby universities including Trine University, University of Notre Dame, Indiana University South Bend, and Michigan State University.