Located in the northeastern Indiana, Yoder is an unincorporated community that was originally named Sheldon, but it became known as Yoder after the arrival of the railway. Yoder is located in Allen County and is an ideal choice for individuals and families looking to live in a small, pleasant and mostly rural community near larger commercial districts.
Yoder offers a compelling but peaceful community whether you are looking for a property with a larger yard, a good place to raise kids, or some place to be near nature. The community is also well suited to individuals looking to ranch or farm. For those who want to commute, Yoder is located 20 minutes away from Fort Wayne and a short drive from Interstate 469.
You should check out the wonderful homes for sale in Yoder, Indiana. Our Yoder real estate agents would be happy to help you out with your property search. Whether you have a particular home in mind or are curious about properties in small towns in Indiana, we can answer your questions about Yoder and find you the home of your dreams. Contact our realtors, and they'll be happy to guide your search.
Yoder's post office opened in 1934, and as one of many historic communities in Indiana, it has its roots in farming and the railroad. Homes in Yoder including older buildings going back to the early days of the community as well as newer buildings. With well-established history, many buildings have been built in a variety of styles and time periods. Whatever you are looking for, you can probably find it in the area.
There are a number of homes for sale in Yoder, Indiana. Our realtors can help you find one that’s a perfect fit for you. Homes here range in size and price. Some are larger and suited to a higher income bracket. Others are smaller and more affordable. Regardless of what you are looking for, our Yoder realtors can help you find it. All of the homes for sale in Yoder have charm and give you the opportunity to live in a small community. We are happy to respond to your questions and help guide you in your search.
Yoder is a simple town to get around in and has great access to the rest of the state. Yoder road runs east-west through Yoder and serves as a base for the community's businesses as well as a connector to major transportation links.
State Road 1 runs close to Yoder Road and can take you to several important arteries including Interstate 469. The community is also near Interstate 69, US-33 and US-224. The nearest cities for entertainment and shopping are Fort Wayne, Columbia City, Bluffton, New Haven, Antwerp, Huntington, Van Wert, Decatur, North Manchester, and Berne. Fort Wayne is only a 20-minute drive away and its airport is even closer. Indianapolis is also only a two-hour drive away.
Yoder is home to several different dining and shopping options. Dining choices include sushi, steak, soup, salad, breakfast, and sandwiches. There are also a surprising amount of nightlife options. Yoder has several businesses and stores including purveyors of basic supplies and a post office.
For everything that can't be purchased in Yoder, there are towns and cities nearby that can easily be reached using the community's excellent roads. Fort Wayne is only 20 minutes away, making it easy to drive to for larger purchases and items that can't be purchased locally.
All homes for sale in Yoder are centrally located and offer excellent access to the shopping and dining options in the community. Since Yoder is small, you have the opportunity to get to know your neighbours and to become a regular at your favorite establishments. With the proximity of Fort Wayne, you can enjoy the perks of small-town living without having to sacrifice access to the shopping and amenities that big cities have to offer.
Yoder is a small but tight-knit community. Entertainment and culture is often informal. People gather at the local small businesses near Main Street and in public spaces in the community. Due to the rural nature of the place, there are plenty of green spaces and opportunities to be outside. Robinson Creek runs to the west of Yoder.
Residents can drive into Fort Wayne for concerts, movies, and any other form of entertainment they can't get in Yoder.
Despite its small size, there are still many career and business opportunities nearby in Yoder. As a rural community, farming and ranching are a large part of the economy. If you are interested in agriculture, ask our real estate agents about larger properties and plots of land in and near Yoder.
It is easy to commute to other parts of the region for work. All homes for sale in Yoder are near great transportation links that make it easy to get around. You can drive to the city for work and return to a quiet and safe community at the end of the day. The main industries in Allen County and Greater Fort Wayne are healthcare, manufacturing, communications, education, and insurance.
Yoder is a part of Fort Wayne Community Schools, which serves Pleasant Township. Students in Yoder attend Waynedale Elementary School in the southern section of Fort Wayne. They move on to Kekionga Middle School and Wayne High School, both of which are in Fort Wayne. Fort Wayne also has several colleges and university campus as well.