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Mike Thomas Associates, Inc., Tony Ervin

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4 bed 3+ bath 3,121 sqft 0.30 acres
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Keller Williams Realty Group, Alia Natafgi

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North Eastern Group Realty, Kimberly Ward

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North Eastern Group Realty, Kimberly Ward

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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Group, Robert Burnsworth

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RE/MAX Results, Catherine Coughlin

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3 bed 2 bath 1,624 sqft 0.52 acres
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Fairfield Group REALTORS, Inc., Beth Walker

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Duane Miller Real Estate, Duane Miller

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North Eastern Group Realty, Courtney Ousley

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CENTURY 21 Bradley Realty, Inc, Donald Reimschisel

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North Eastern Group Realty, Kimberly Ward

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Coldwell Banker Real Estate Group, Andy Zoda

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Benefits of living in Fort Wayne, Indiana

  • Fort Wayne has a lower cost of living than the state and national average, making Fort Wayne a great place to find a home!
  • Fort Wayne has a lower crime rate than other cities of the same size on both the state and national levels.
  • Houses are affordable
  • Fort Wayne is a great place to raise a family
  • Active Downtown area with a lot of revitalization
  • Great schooling options to chose from including four Public School Districts, multiple private options, great homeschooling resources.
  • Fort Wayne is home of the TinCaps baseball team

Schools In Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne has four public k-12 schools. Northwest Allen County Schools district covers all of Arcola and Huntertown as well as northern parts of Fort Wayne. Southwest Allen County Schools covers both the Aboite and Lafayette Township areas. East Allen County Schools covers the Harding, Heritage, Leo, New Haven, and Woodlan areas. Fort Wayne Community Schools is the second largest school in Indiana and covers around 3% of the state's k-12 student population.

The city also has many private schooling options to choose from, some of the most popular private schools are Canterbury, Concordia Lutheran, St. Paul's Lutheran, Blackhawk, Zion Lutheran Academy, Trinity Lutheran, St. Peters Lutheran, and Lutheran South Unity.  

Fort Wayne also provides plenty of homeschooling resources as well. No matter where in Fort Wayne you buy a home, your children will receive the best education that there is to offer. 

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Places to Visit and Hangout

Purchasing a home in Fort Wayne comes with many benefits. One of those benefits is that there are many places around Fort Wayne where you can hangout with friends and family. The city has over 80 parks with over 47 miles of trail, and multiple natural lakes to visit. Places to visit in Fort Wayne include the Fort Wayne Children’s Zoo, Science Central, the Botanical Conservatory, the Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Ultrazone Laser Tag, and many more. For a full list of things to do around Fort Wayne, check out

https://www.visitfortwayne.com/things-to-do/

Fort Wayne Children's Zoo

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Science Central

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Botanical Conservatory

Surround yourself with nature.

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Fort Wayne Museum of Art

View awe-inspiring art exhibitions

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Ultrazone Laser Tag

The ultimate laser tag adventure!

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Parks in Fort Wayne

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Featured Luxury Homes for Sale in Fort Wayne, Indiana

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4 bed 3+ bath 2,854 sqft 0.36 acres
MLS # 202202810
Mike Thomas Associates, Inc., Leah Marker

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4 bed 4+ bath 6,929 sqft 6.45 acres
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Mike Thomas Associates, Inc., Jennifer Callison

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3 bed 2+ bath 2,778 sqft 0.32 acres
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Mike Thomas Associates, Inc., Dave Springer

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Mike Thomas Associates, Inc., Erin Hyndman

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Local Community Events

Want to get know your community? Fort Wayne has plenty of annual events and festivals to get to know your community and support local businesses.  

Interested in music and the arts? Then come to the events such as the Taste of the Arts festival, the Hobnobben Film Festival, Middle Waves, the Sweetwater Gearfest, and the Fort Wayne Music Festival.

Looking for a cultural experience? The city has many different cultural events to attend, such as the Cherry Blossom Festival, the Arab Fest, Germanfest, Greekfest, and the Fiesta Fort Wayne.

The city also hosts events where the community can get together and mingle. Come enjoy the fun at events such as the Summer Kickstart,  the Vera Bradley Annual Sale, the New Haven Canal Days, the BBQ Ribfest, the Three Rivers Festival, the St. Joe Pickle Festival, Johnny Appleseed Festival, River, Set, Go & Dragon Boat Races, the Grabill Country Fair, and the Allen County Fair.

Popular Places to Eat 

Fort Wayne is well known for its restaurants. There are small gems all throughout the city. With a home in city you can be certain that there is a perfect place nearby to spend time eating with family and friends.

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Downtown Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne has begun the process of revitalizing the downtown area, including improvements to sidewalks, lighting and aesthetics. Come check out The Landing, Parkview Field, Promenade Park, and more developments in the downtown area.

Local Businesses 

At Fort Wayne your will find all of your standard shopping locations such as Walmart, ALDI, Meijer, and Kroger, But you will also find local shops such the Ft. Wayne's Farmers Market, Fresh Thyme Market and The Fresh Market which are excellent places to find fresh produce for your meals!

The city's biggest industries are manufacturing, health care, retail trade, and finance and insurance. You can find local businesses such as Fort Wayne Orthopedics, Benco Dental, Alro Steel Corporation, Three Rivers Distilling Company, and Fort Wayne Metals Research Products Corp. Some of the city's biggest employers are General Motors, Sweetwater Sound, Shambaugh & Son, Fort Wayne Metals, and Parkview Health
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Looking for the newest fashion trends? Fort Wayne is home to over 20 clothing stores and boutiques. Come check out some local favorites such as Duchess J Boutique, Idlehour, Fancy and Staple, and more!

Interested in finding out more about the businesses in the Fort Wayne community? Check out the city's Chamber of Commerce at https://www.greaterfortwayneinc.com/

About Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne is a city in Allen County Indiana. It is the second-largest city in the state. It is well known for it's parks, canal systems, and location on three rivers, the St Marys, the St. Joseph, and the Maumee. The city is also known as one of the best places to live in Indiana, and is the perfect place to buy a home.

History of Fort Wayne

Fort Wayne originally a Fort that was was built in 1794 by General Anthony Wayne and the United States Army. The fort was built at a junction between three rivers, giving Fort Wayne trade access with other settlements such as Toledo Ohio. This river access led to Fort Wayne becoming a major docking point. Fort Wayne became village in 1823, and due to the influx of trade, the population quickly grew in size.