Sick of city living or want to live in a small community where nature is never more than a few hundred feet away? Wyatt might be the place for you. Wyatt is a small community ideal for those looking to live in a place with a low population. Located in St. Joseph County in northern Indiana, Wyatt is an unincorporated community consisting of a main drag with a sprinkling of houses and businesses. Homes for sale in Wyatt are ideal for those looking to live in a small community.
Whether you want to get away from it all, give your kids space to run around and play, live somewhere that you know the names of all your neighbours, or work in agriculture, our Wyatt Realtors can help find the perfect property for you. You should check out the wonderful homes available here. Whether you have just started looking or are ready to start taping boxes, our realtors can help answer your questions.
Wyatt is a small community in a largely rural area. The main strip that makes up this unincorporated community provides a gathering point for residents. Homes in the Wyatt area come in a variety of styles and sizes. Many are both spacious and affordable. If you want a larger yard or property, homes for sale in Wyatt can offer this as well. There are also opportunities to purchase farms, ranches, and larger properties. Wyatt offers a small and safe community where you and your family can be near nature and fresh air, and our Wyatt realtors can introduce all the best options to you.
Wyatt springs up around the intersection of State Road 331/Bremen Highway and Patterson Road. The main drag is along State Road 331, and major road nearby include US-31, US-6, and US-20. Cities near Wyatt include Bourbon, Bremen, Lakeville, and Mishawaka. The nearest interstates include I-80, I-69, I-90, I-94, and I-65.
Detroit is about 3 ½ hours away; Chicago is a two-hour drive; and Indianapolis can be reached in about 2 ½ hours. Our Wyatt realtors will have no trouble finding the right home for you in this area that is near convenient transportation links, making it easy to get around the area.
Wyatt is indeed a small place but not so small that there are no shops or restaurants in it. Residents can take advantage of several shops, restaurants, cafes, and businesses along the main drag. As a result of Wyatt's small population, you can get to know your neighbours and the owners of the local businesses. This town offers the perfect opportunity to be a regular at your favourite establishment and to become a part of a tight-knit community.
Any shopping and dining needs that can't be met within Wyatt can be addressed at one of the nearby towns or cities: Bourbon, Bremen, and Lakeville. Two larger urban regions also have a variety of shopping and dining options: the South Bend-Mishawaka-Elkhart area as well as the Merrillville-Gary-Hammond area a little farther to the west. You can also drive to Detroit, Chicago, or Indianapolis for any large purchases not readily available in the area; these cities make the perfect weekend trip. Wyatt is close to highways that will get you to anywhere you need to go.
Wyatt is a small place where most of its culture and entertainment are informal. Despite a lack of a community center or elementary school, Wyatt is a place where people can gather, shop, and eat. Because of its low population, it’s never hard to get to know and trust your neighbors, and enjoy the simpler pleasures in life.
Many of the activities in Wyatt happen outside of its town limits. There are numerous parks and trails in and around Wyatt. Potato Creek State Park is only 20 minutes away. The lakes and trails near Lakeville are also a beautiful place to spend time. Residents of Wyatt can take advantage of cultural events and community amenities in nearby towns and cities. Highways in Wyatt give good access to these cultural and entertainment options.
There are many career opportunities near Wyatt. For individuals interested in farming or ranching, Wyatt is a great place to buy a property. Homes in Wyatt are perfect for those looking to commute to jobs in the St. Joseph County area. Our realtors can help find a home that meets your employment needs. You can easily drive to and from work and return home to this peaceful community at the end of the day.
Job opportunities in Wyatt itself include banking, construction, retail, farming, environment, real estate, and transportation. The most common industries in Madison Township include mechanics, maintenance, manufacturing, retail, drivers, administrative, sales, accounting, and construction.
Wyatt is a part of the Penn-Harris-Madison School District, also known as PHM. This large school district covers part of northern and central Indiana including students from Granger, Mishawaka, Osceola, and South Bend.
Elementary schools in the system include Bittersweet Elementary School, Elm Road Elementary School, Elsie Rogers Elementary School, Horizon Elementary School, Madison Elementary School, Mary Frank Elementary School, Meadow's Edge Elementary School, Moran Elementary School, Northpoint Elementary School, Prairie Vista Elementary School, and Walt Disney Elementary School.
PHM also has three middle schools: Discovery Middle School, Grissom Middle School, and Schmucker Middle School.
All students in the PHM School District attend Penn High School. Penn High School is located in Mishawaka and known as the Kingsmen. The athletics department offers baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and wrestling. The school competes in the Indiana Academic Super Bowl. Penn High school also has a band and choir program.