Yorktown gives residents the perfect balance of a quiet, peaceful small town with all the services and options of big city living. It is a beautiful place to live with parks and green spaces for you and your family to enjoy. Yorktown also has a nationally recognized school system that regularly produces some of the best outcomes in the state. You should consider real estate in Yorktown if you want small-town living among a population large enough to have the amenities you need for everyday life.
Homes for sale in Yorktown offer great value and are perfect for home buyers at all stages. Whether you are retired, single, or looking to raise a family, Yorktown has something to offer you.
Our Yorktown realtors can help find the home that is right for you and answer your questions. If you are just starting to look at buying a home in the area, Yorktown should be on your list. If you have made up your mind and know exactly what you are looking for, our Yorktown realtors can start helping you right away. Get in touch with our real estate agents. We're happy to answer your questions and help you find your dream home in Yorktown.
Yorktown has a rich history dating back to its founding in 1837 by Oliver H. Smith for whom the town’s main street is named. Since the town is over a century old, it’s not hard to find some homes with history and old-time quality. It is also home to many newer homes that have been built over the years since that time if you are looking for something more modern.
Homes for sale in Yorktown come in a range of sizes and styles, so you can be sure you will find something to suit you needs. The homes here are available in a range of prices and are suited to all different types of incomes. Even the most affordable homes are nice and allow you to take advantage of the cozy atmosphere in Yorktown.
Yorktown is well-located for wherever you might want to go. The town is built at the intersection of the White River and Buck Creek and is located next door to Muncie and Ball State University. State Road 332 and State Road 32 run through the edges of Yorktown. Interstate 69, US-35, and State Road 67 are a short drive away. Indianapolis is about an hour’s drive away.
Yorktown has an array of shops, restaurants, cafes, and bars to offer residents. As a town of moderate size, it is home to a variety of local choices and many familiar chains. You can find just about any dining style you want, and any cravings you can't satisfy in Yorktown can be fulfilled in Muncie, Indianapolis, or one of the other nearby cities. Wherever you buy property in Yorktown, there will be plenty of shopping and dining options nearby.
The town also has a variety of retail options to offer residents. Whether you are shopping for groceries, clothes, or other items you may need, you will be able to browse a range of stores in Yorktown. Serious shoppers of all ages visit the mall in Muncie.
Yorktown has an active community and local government that organizes events and ensures that there is never a shortage of things to do in Yorktown. The town's website is highly active with important information about upcoming events and services offered by the government. Yorktown also runs a highly active Facebook page to keep residents aware of events and town news. A newspaper serves the area with focused local news.
The library offers reading programs, book sales, and events. Farmer's markets offer fresh local produce during the spring and summer. A number of athletics programs are offered in Yorktown including a nationally renowned youth volleyball program. Yorktown also has a number of public parks and green spaces where families can play and relax. Our realtors can help you buy a home in Yorktown where you can begin to enjoy the atmosphere the town has to offer. Contact us with any questions you have or stop by Yorktown to see what's going on.
Despite its status as a small town, Yorktown has many employment and career opportunities to offer residents. There are local businesses and retail enterprises in almost every field and sector you could want. There are also many jobs in a range of fields in neighboring Muncie, too.
Nearby Ball State University is a major provider of jobs in academia and administrative roles. The main industries in Yorktown are manufacturing, educational services, retail, health care, social services, science, construction, administrative assistance, and waste management.
Indianapolis is only an hour away, so you can work there and return to Yorktown at the end of the day. Nearby highways and Interstate 69 make it easy to commute for work.
Yorktown has a nationally recognized public school system. When you buy a home in Yorktown, you gain access to a top-notch school system and a quality education for your children. Students in Yorktown attend Pleasant View Elementary School from Grades K–2, Yorktown Elementary School from Grades 3–5, Yorktown Middle School from Grades 6–8, and Yorktown High School from Grades 9–12. Yorktown schools are the home of the Tigers.
The high school offers many student activities including Academic Super Bowl (a team-based multiple-choice question competition), archery, art, band, fashion, dance, drama, languages, student council, and poetry.
Several colleges are located near Yorktown. The nearest is Ball State University in Muncie. Further afield is Anderson University in Anderson, Taylor University in Upland, Indiana Wesleyan University in Marion, Indiana University-East in Richmond, and Butler University in Indianapolis.