Tennyson is a small town in southwestern Indiana near the state's border with Kentucky. It’s a beautiful town near the Ohio River with various creeks and tributaries that flow into the river. This part of Indiana is home to beautiful scenery and majestic landscapes and is an ideal place to raise a family with active kids who get to experience nature.
Tennyson is also well suited to weekend warriors who wish to be in proximity to outdoor recreational opportunities. Homes for sale in Tennyson give prospective buyers the ability to live in a scenic setting while experiencing a quiet and safe small town lifestyle. The town is located in Warrick County.
Whether you have your mind made up and know exactly what you're looking for or just curious about real estate near the Ohio River, our Tennyson realtors can help answer your questions and get you started along the path to finding the home for you. They know Warrick County well and are here to help you navigate the process of searching for and buying a home for sale in Tennyson, Indiana.
There are a number of homes for sale in Tennyson. They come in a variety of styles, sizes, and locations, and whatever you are looking for, you can probably find it here. The homes here have also been built over the course of many years and are available in a number of periods and styles. Even the most affordable homes offer great value for your money. Ask our realtors about area lots and homes. All homes are located near amenities and have the pleasant charms of small town living.
Tennyson enjoys excellent highway access. State Road 161 runs north-south through the heart of Tennyson. To the north of Tennyson is Interstate 64. Interstate 69 lies to the west of this small town. Nearby cities and towns include Evansville, Newburgh, Santa Claus, Boonville, Owensboro, Jasper, Tell City, and Huntingburg. Louisville is an hour and a half away. Boonville is the county seat and only larger city in Warrick County and is a 15-minute drive from Tennyson.
Tennyson is a small town, but there are still a number of shopping and dining options offered in the town. The main section of town is based around Oak Street and State Road 161. Shopping options include a post office and body shop. Boonville and a number of towns are located nearby for errands and grocery shopping.
There are a number of dining options within Tennyson and the immediate area. These include pizza, steak, grill, fast food, American style food, sandwiches, breakfast, and lunch. There are a number of pubs and nightlife options including a brewery and a wine bar. Karaoke nights are periodically held.
One of the nicest things about small town living is being able to step out of your house to find shops and services within a short walk along the main strip of town. You can become a regular at your favorite establishment and meet your neighbours. Proximity to other communities means you still have access to a variety of shopping and eating options that aren't offered in Tennyson.
Much of Tennyson’s cultural life and entertainment occurs on an informal basis along the main strip, people's porches, and in public spaces and parks. Tennyson is located near the beautiful Ohio River, which provides many recreational and leisure opportunities.
There are also a number of creeks and other bodies of water that feed into the Ohio River nearby. Several small ponds can be found within the town. Further afield is Cole's Creek, Little Pigeon Creek, Wires Ditch, Hoskinson Drain, Little Pigeon Creek Wetland, Lincoln State Park, and many more. You almost can’t run out of options. Homes for sale in Tennyson give you the opportunity to live near beautiful natural scenery. You can explore majestic landscapes without having to go very far.
Tennyson Elementary School is located in the northwest of the town providing a variety of educational programs, a playground, and athletic fields. Any entertainment or cultural needs that can't be satisfied within Tennyson can be fulfilled in Boonville or other nearby communities.
Tennyson is largely a rural town, but it still offers many employment opportunities both locally and throughout the region. This is the perfect place to work for or start a business in town, work from home, work in agriculture, or commute to work elsewhere in the region. With excellent transportation links, it is easy to commute to work and return home to Tennyson at the end of the day.
The most common industries in Tennyson are manufacturing, health care, social assistance, accommodation, food services, and construction. Plenty of jobs are available all over the area, and options further out are also plentiful.
Tennyson is served by the Warrick County School Corporation. Tennyson Elementary is located directly in Tennyson. It has achieved top academic rankings from the Indiana Department of Education and is home of the Tigers. Summer camps are also offered here.
In total there are two high schools, a junior-senior high school, two middle schools, and ten elementary schools in the Warrick County Schools system. The high schools are Boonville High School in Boonville, John H. Castle Sr. High School in Newburgh, and Tecumseh Sr. High School in Lynnville. The middle schools are Boonville Middle School in Boonville, Castle North Middle School in Newburgh, and Tecumseh Junior High School in Lynnville.