Hancock County was founded in 1828 and named after John Hancock. Due to the early date of settlement here, there is a great deal of local history to be found in the area, including memorials, museums, and historic buildings dating back to the mid-1800s. Located just east of Indianapolis, Hancock County real estate provides tranquil, rural living conveniently close to the heart of the city.
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Hancock County offers residents and visitors a great selection of parks for outdoor recreation. Golfers will enjoy playing one of the counties five different golf courses available in New Palestine, Maxwell, and Greenfield. The county is also home to a selection of parkland that offers visitors a variety of activities. Beckenholdt Park in Greenfield boasts a fishing pond over an acre in size with a fishing pier, amphitheatre, hiking trails, picnic areas, and a dog park. If you are looking for a park with sports areas, Memorial Park in Fortville or Brandywine Park in Greenfield are both great options.
Real estate for sale in Hancock County starts well under $50,000 for auction properties, foreclosures, and HUD homes. Condominiums are not a commonly found property type in the county, but a few of these attached homes are available, priced between $100,000 and $250,000. If a house or condo isn’t your preference, Hancock County real estate also includes a variety of vacant land that you could build your own dream home on. Land in this region includes not only city lots, but also large parcels that are ideal for subdividing or farming.
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