Homes for Sale in Urbana, Indiana

Located directly along the State Road 13, the small town of Urbana is in Wabash County in Indiana.

Once the town was laid out and established in 1854, the residents opened a shoe shop, sawmill, blacksmith, wagon shop, and other stores within a few years. It wasn’t until the Cincinnati, Wabash, and Michigan Railroad passed through Urbana in 1874 that the town truly settled.

This is one of the older communities in Indiana, and that’s something evident in the charm of this small town. While you won’t be able to find busy streets or happening scenes here, you will be able to enjoy the peaceful charm of country life and a sense of community that’s hard to find among larger towns and cities. Speak to our realtors today about finding a great home in Urbana.

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Urbana is quite a small town, but the residents here love their town with a lot of passion. Because of its size, most people know everyone in town and are happy to help out their neighbors. It is a great place to settle down because not only is it a beautiful town, the proximity to major highways provides access to larger towns for anything you need.

If you’re interested in learning more about houses for sale in Urbana, your Tucker realtor can certainly help answer any questions you might. The realtors here at Tucker are truly experts in everything having to do with this great town and can give you the support you need every step of the way.

Shopping and Dining

Urbana is your quiet refuge from the rest of the world. There are not many stores here, but that doesn’t mean it’s going to be difficult to find what you need. South of Urbana is the town of Wabash where many great shops can be found. And in Huntington many shops like hardware stores, department stores, computer and electronic stores, clothing stores, antique markets, and much more are also available.

Wabash is not only a great place to do a little recreational shopping, but there are several great restaurants in town. Chains like Bob Evans, Subway, and KFC offer quick and standard fare while independent restaurants offer a variety of international flavors like Mexican, pizza, Italian, Chinese, burgers, and more.

Regardless of your preferences or tastes, you’ll certainly find something in Wabash. Of course, Huntington is another nearby place to enjoy plenty of shopping options as well as great restaurants.

Culture and Entertainment

Wabash County has many fun and entertaining things to do. You can visit the city of Wabash itself to enjoy revival theater, see an art show, or go to a drive-in theater. You can also enjoy a round of golf in any one of a number of golf courses or country clubs nearby.

Salamonie State Forest, the Kokiwanee Nature Preserve, the Dora New Holland State Recreation Area, and the Bozarth Recreational Resort are all within just a few miles of Urbana. These outdoor hotspots allow for camping, water activities like canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming as well as hikes, runs, and much more. There is truly something for everyone in your family, regardless of age or activity level.

Fort Wayne is also a great place to go for a variety of museums, live entertainment like concerts and shows, baseball, basketball, football games at the universities, and much more.

Career and Industry

Located along State Road 13, Urbana residents can quickly access any number of larger towns. Starting with Wabash, which is just seven miles south of town. There are few employment opportunities in town for Urbana residents since most residents here enjoy the slow pace and choose to commute for work. In Wabash you can find industries like insurance, accounting, printing, automotive services, manufacturing that are available in town.

Only 15 miles east is Huntington where opportunities exist in the transportation, automotive, accounting, trades, and education industries. Around 40 miles east is Fort Wayne where the opportunities really open up here. Education is an industry that offers a variety of jobs like custodial, administrative, teaching, planning, finance, and more. There are law and medical offices, retail, transportation, hospitality, and more in Fort Wayne.

And with all the lakes and parks near Urbana, there are also many great opportunities within the departments of natural resources, fisheries, gaming, environment, and other. There really is no shortage of work available in and around the Urbana area.


The educational system in Urbana dates back to the 1800s. The first classroom had only ten students and was taught by a resident in his own house for five weeks between 1836 and 1837.

Current students living in Urbana are part of the Metropolitan School District of Wabash County Schools. The younger students attend Sharp Creek Elementary School starting from Kindergarten. Following elementary school students attend Northfield Jr./Sr. High School until the 12th Grade.

Parents can be confident their young students receive the best education in the county with some of the most qualified teachers in the state. With smaller classroom sizes, your children will receive the attention they deserve to maximize their education.

There are also many universities nearby including Manchester University in North Manchester, Huntington University in Huntington. A few schools are also located a little further south in nearby Marion like Indiana Wesleyan University, Taylor University in Upland, and of course, Fort Wayne is home to campuses for Purdue University, Indiana University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Indiana Tech as well as others.