Indiana Land for Sale

  • 0.15 Acres in Indiana

    $2,599, 0.15 Acres , 1003 Clinton Ave, Madison, Indiana

    Cash Sale $2,599 Lot Size 0.15 acres Parcel 48-06-19-300-177.000-021 GPS 40.2

  • 165 Acres in Indiana

    $1,000,000, 165 Acres , S State Rd 61, , Indiana

    Farm or Invest! Take a look at this 165 acre tract. It offers 156 tillable acres. Not inte

  • 55 Acres in Indiana

    $149,900, 55 Acres , County Rd 357 West, Daviess, Indiana

    Sale Pending

    River Frontage * Fishing * CAMPING * Bucks * Bucks * And More BUCKS. What an opportunity t

  • 79.4 Acres in Indiana

    $445,000, 79.4 Acres , 6752 Bethlehem Road, Clark, Indiana

    +/- 79.4 Acres (per assessors card) with approximately 12 Acres heavily wooded. Rest of pr

  • 0.07 Acres in Indiana

    $4,999, 0.07 Acres , 2376 Pennsylvania St, Lake, Indiana

    Cash Sale $4,999 Lot Size 0.07 acres Parcel 45-08-15-153-038.000-004 GPS 41

  • 5 Acres in Indiana

    $339,000, 5 Acres , 1844 Heaton Lane, Indiana, 47424, 1844 Heaton Lane, Greene, Indiana

    Sale Pending

    Elaborate * Tasty * Acreage * * Are you one of those that have looked at several houses a

  • 2 Acres in Indiana

    $395,000, 2 Acres , 1028 E Hillside Drive, , Indiana

    Sale Pending

    NEAR IU CAMPUS * ZONED RM * Attn. Investor, look at this 2 +/- Acre property that is locat

  • 73.29 Acres in Indiana

    $1, 73.29 Acres , 7927 E 1000 S, Rush, Indiana

    Total Acres 73.29 Tillable Acres 54.080 Non-Tillable Acres 8.210 Wooded Acres 11.000 Tract

  • 224.17 Acres in Indiana

    $1,200,000, 224.17 Acres , CR E 550 N, Rush, Indiana

    Total Acres 224.17 Tillable Acres 155.838 Wooded Acres 68.330 Tracts 2 Type Of Sale Auctio

  • 2350.68 Acres in Indiana

    $1, 2350.68 Acres , 133 E Degonia Rd, Warrick, Indiana

    Total Acres 2,350.68 Tracts 26 Type Of Sale Auction Location Boon Township, Warrick County

  • 183.5 Acres in Indiana

    $1,100,000, 183.5 Acres , 954 S 150 W, Porter, Indiana

    General Information -Total Acres: 183.50 Tillable Acres: 167.00 Wooded Acres: 5.00 Non-

  • 91.48 Acres in Indiana

    $453,900, 91.48 Acres , Howser Road 91.48 AC, , Indiana

    Beautiful land - perfect for farming, cattle, horses and hunting.

  • 7.14 Acres in Indiana

    $42,000, 7.14 Acres , CR 400 S, Huntington, Indiana

    PRICE REDUCED!!!! Total Acres 7.14 Tillable Acres 4.300 Wooded Acres 2.840 Asking Price

  • 149 Acres in Indiana

    $1, 149 Acres , 8449 E 300 N, Boone, Indiana

    Total Acres 149.00 Tillable Acres 128.000 Wooded Acres 17.500 Pond / Lake Acres 0.500 Buil

  • 63.4 Acres in Indiana

    $290,000, 63.4 Acres , CR 1100 S, Wells, Indiana

    Total Acres 63.40 Tillable Acres 44.700 Non-Tillable Acres 6.300 Wooded Acres 12.400 Type

  • 100 Acres in Indiana

    $1, 100 Acres , 1880 N CR 150 E, Fayette, Indiana

    Total Acres 100.00 Tracts 3 Type Of Sale Auction Location Waterloo Township, Fayette Count


Indiana

Indiana is the smallest state in America west of the Appalachian Mountains. For many years the center of the United States' population was centered in the Hoosier State. The National Road, heading west, ran through Indiana in the 1830s and when the railroads started arriving a decade later there were so many in Indianapolis that the concept of a "union" station was invented. After that Indiana trumpeted itself as "The Crossroads of America."

Like the quilts the Amish communities of Northern Indiana are famous for, the landscape of the Hoosier State is a patchwork of farmland and woodland. The Indiana land market is always primed with a rich variety of parcels from the rolling hills in the south to the flat prairie land in the central counties to the glacier-carved moraines hard by the towering sand dunes of the Lake Michigan shoreline in the north.

Rural property can be uncovered in every corner of the Indiana checkerboard. Water plays an important part in Indiana land purchases, whether for irrigation or recreational pursuits. The state boasts more than 1,000 lakes and some 24,000 river miles. Sixty-five of Indiana's rivers have been designated for scenic beauty and the official state river, the Wabash, is the longest free-flowing river east of the Mississippi River. The 475-mile long Wabash drains some of the choicest farm, hunting and recreation property in Indiana.

Of all its crops Indiana is most proud of the basketball players it raises. Several of its gyms have been designated national historic landmarks and the iconic sports movie, Hoosiers, was based on the real-life 1954 Indiana state high school basketball tournament. Even today Indiana sends more players per capita to the National Basketball Association than any other state. Don't be surprised if the Indiana land you are looking at, even off the deepest of back roads, has a basketball goal on it.