Indiana, PA

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About Indiana

Indiana is a borough within the Christmas Tree Capital of the World, Indiana County. Nestled at the foot of the Allegheny Mountains in Western Pennsylvania, Indiana is about an hour’s drive east of Pittsburgh.

The borough’s diverse residents include the Amish, college students, growing families and everything in between! Primarily a residential community, Indiana intersected by I-286 and I-954, providing easy access to big city amenities.

Indiana is home to an excellent institution of higher learning, the Indiana University of Pennsylvania. More than 15,000 students attend the university every year, and it is the largest employer in the borough. Indiana also has a prominent downtown historic district, which boasts several properties that are listed individually in the National Register of Historic Places. These landmarks attract tourists from around the area, and are especially of interest to students studying history at the university!

The community is very proud that Jimmy Stewart, one of America’s beloved actors, was born and raised in Indiana. The Jimmy Stewart Museum is a local institution and a bronze statue of Stewart stands outside the courthouse. The borough also stages an annual “It’s a Wonderful Life” festival every holiday season, with a parade and free public showings of Stewart’s famous film.

Indiana has a lot to offer, including a variety of single family homes. History buffs will love to know there are several historic homes in the area that have preserved the original character of the time of the construction. Others are sure to enjoy the more modern homes available, either newly built or remodeled. Looking for homes for sale in Indiana? Our Indiana real estate office is knowledgeable about the area and ready to help.

Indiana, PA Real Estate Market

$261,000

Median sale price


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