Huntertown, IN Real Estate, Huntertown Area and Community Information
Founded in northeastern Indiana in 1832, Huntertown is a quaint location just outside the city of Fort Wayne.
Huntertown real estate owner Rapin Andrews began to keep a diary of weather observations back in 1836. These entries were given to what is currently known as the National Weather Service in 1939, and they remain some of the most accurate meteorological statistics available.
Huntertown IN real estate is now in great demand. The population has steadily grown since the year 2000. Desirable subdivisions of Huntertown homes are being built, accommodating those looking to settle just outside the big city. Due to the increased need for services, the Huntertown town council has a master plan which includes the development of a 27 acre park. For now, Huntertown home buyers can enjoy the beautiful Payton County Park
. There are miles of hiking trails, open fields and picnic areas available. Also nearby in Fort Wayne is lovely Metea County Park. Situated on almost 250 acres, the park offers a nature center, hiking trails and picnic areas with grills. Cross-country skiing is available in the winter months. The scenic river designation has been awarded to Cedar Creek, which runs through the park, offering fishing opportunities to park guests.
Since homes for sale in Huntertown are so close to Fort Wayne, there are several things to do. Visit the Fort Wayne Children' s Zoo
and explore the world of over 1000 animals from Africa, Australia and Indonesia. Day camp programs are available also. Art lovers will enjoy the Fort Wayne Museum of Art
, where diverse exhibits of historical and contemporary pieces of fine and decorative art are on display. The Fort Wayne War Memorial Coliseum
is home to fabulous sporting events, concerts and expos, offering those looking to purchase Huntertown properties an unending series of events to attend.
Special events in Indiana are abundant, and owners of Huntertown IN homes can be part of all the action. The Huntertown Heritage Days Festival
is two days of music, pageants, a fish fry and fireworks. The Beer, Bourbon and Bacon Festival
at the Fort Wayne Botanical Observatory is an opportunity to sample the best of regional and local breweries and restaurants. This is a guaranteed good time. The Color Run
is a unique 5K race. Participants wear white clothing on the starting line, but by the end of the race are covered in a brilliant splash of dazzling colors. Entrants and spectators enjoy all the fun.
The Adams-Watkins Team
can assist you in searching Huntertown homes for sale to find the one that is right for you. Real estate in Huntertown is selling fast. Contact The Adams-Watkins Team today