Roanoke, Indiana is in Jackson Township and Huntington County. The 1,700 or so residents are governed by a town council and served by U.S. Highway 24. Located in one of the fasting growing areas of the county, Roanoke is an ideal setting for community and family while offering quick access to Fort Wayne, Indiana and Huntington, Indiana. Huntington or “Lime City” is the county seat and is ideally located near I-69 providing easy travel to Indiana’s second largest city in Fort Wayne. A city of approximately 17,210, Huntington features theater, shopping, history, a winery, nationally-acclaimed restaurants and is home to Huntington University.
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United Country Natalie Elle Real Estate invites you to this rapidly growing area that remains family-oriented. Huntington offers fairs and festivals as well as the Salamonie Reservoir and Huntington Reservoir providing family entertainment similar to many other attractions. Please stop in and see us or call our United Country Huntington office today.
In the early 1700s, Miami Indians controlled the Long Portage, one of 3 principal routes between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi watershed. French trappers and English settlers enjoyed peaceful commerce with the Indians until increased settlement brought conflict.
Led by Chief Little Turtle, the Indians won several notable battles but were ultimately defeated by Anthony Wayne in 1794. The Wabash and Erie Canal linked Huntington and Fort Wayne in 1835, opening Indiana and the entire Midwest to settlement. European immigrants came with the canal boats. Among them were Joseph and Margaret Nuck, whose cabin today stands at the Forks of the Wabash Historic Park.
January temperatures usually range from 16 to 33 degrees. Average April temperatures are about 38 to 61 degrees. In July the average temperature range is 62 to 87 degrees, while October temperatures are normally from 41 to 65 degrees. The annual precipitation rate is about 37.1 inches.
Huntington County presents a variety of cultural opportunities. The Merillat Centre for the Arts on the campus of Huntington University is a regionally recognized hub for performing and visual arts. The acclaimed Fort Wayne Philharmonic Orchestra considers the Merillat Centre its "home away from home". The Merillat Centre's Robert E. Wilson Gallery showcases professional and student art exhibits. The LaFontaine Arts Council expands the artistic horizons of area schoolchildren.
The Pulse Opera House in Warren presents melodramas, comedies, and musicals. The Huntington Theatre Guild also provides a wide range of theatrical entertainment. Roanoke has been so graciously restored and cared for with involvement from area residents and business owners investing in rural america. Roanoke also includes a 5 star restaurant, Joseph Decuis, The Inn at Joseph Decuis for overnight, pet bakery, barber, frame shop, photographer, and more.
Public schools in the area include Riverview School, Crestview Middle School, Horace Mann Elementary School, Northwest Elementary School, Central Elementary School, Lincoln Elementary School, and Huntington North High School. Area universities include Huntington University, Indiana Wesleyan University, Indiana University-Purdue University-Fort Wayne, Ball State University, Indiana University-South Bend, University of Notre Dame and others.
County residents keep the spirit of the pioneers alive through a variety of annual festivals and historic re-enactments.
Health care facilities in the area include Parkview Huntington Hospital, Parkview Whitley Hospital, Lutheran Hospital of Indiana and the Rehabilitation Hospital of Ft Wayne.
Salamonie Reservoir and J. Edward Roush Lake are state recreation areas offering camping, hiking, biking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, swimming beaches, fishing, boating, water skiing and more.
Twelve city parks offer ball fields, tennis and basketball courts and picnic areas. Many area residents can also enjoy the beauty of the Sunken Gardens.
Both Huntington and Huntington County offer a wealth of opportunities. Stop by our United Country office soon and find out for yourself!