Pendleton Indiana Real Estate and Community Information
If you want a small mid-west town to call your home, then take a look at the opportunities waiting for you in Pendleton IN.
HistorySettled in 1830 and incorporated in 1854, the town is just a 30 minute drive east of Indianapolis, but seems like a world away. With its rural location and easy lifestyle, the town is a great place to raise a family and enjoy life. The population as of the 2010 census is 4,253 and there is plenty to see and do. The town also has some historical landmarks and buildings dating back to its early days.
Parks and RecreationWhile you are looking at homes around town, take a look at the local recreation areas as well. Falls Park is one of the most popular locations in town and offers residents over 150 acres of land to enjoy under shade trees and peaceful surroundings. The park includes hiking trails, a historic museum, swimming pool and great scenery for special events like weddings and picnics. The town also includes local golf courses and recreation centers with gymnasiums and club rooms. You will enjoy the relaxing feel of the town environment.
Activities and AttractionsAs you look at properties throughout the town, check out the exciting activities and attractions nearby. There are several rivers and ponds around town that offer excellent fishing opportunities as well as attractions like the Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, the Indiana Transportation Museum, the town historic district, the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, the Conner Prairie Interactive History Park, Fort Harrison State Park, the Muncie Children's Museum, the National Model Aviation Museum, Caribbean Cove, the Indianapolis Zoo, and a whole lot more. You will be amazed at all the exciting things that are available to you nearby.
EventsWhen you are looking around town, take a look at the events that you can attend throughout the year. The town offers plenty to do, such as the Fall Festival, Summer Music Festivals, Arts and Crafts Shows, holiday events, music in the park, theatre productions and more. You are also just a short drive from things like the Indiana State Fair, the Farmer's Coliseum with lots of concerts and entertainment, Breyer's Fun Day, the Vintage Vehicle Expo, the Back-to-School Bash, the Art Fair on the Square, Wine and Food tasting, Fishers Arts Crawl and the Sheridan Bluegrass Fever Concert. You will find plenty to see and do in your new hometown.
When you are ready to purchase real estate in town, contact Diane Wilson. she can help you find the best deals for your new home.