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There’s a place in Indiana that’s small enough to generate a close-knit community spirit but expansive enough to provide all the benefits of city living. Johnson Indiana is home to a population of around 147,000 residents across 321 square miles. Johnson County is proud to create an area vibe of cleanliness and green living.
The County Seat of Johnson County is Franklin, one of only two cities in the county. In addition to the cities of Franklin and Greenwood, the county also houses six towns and an extensive unincorporated area, each with distinct charm.
Residents enjoy a variety of things to do. From dairy farms, community gardens, farmer’s markets, and strawberry festivals to upscale shopping and dining, rich history, art and culture, and professional sports, the diverse communities celebrate unique festivals and events throughout the year.
Many walking trails intertwine with parks, community centers, public libraries, and more, adding to the area’s walkability. However, Access Johnson County Public Transit provides bus routes throughout the county. Two railways also travel through the area.
Six school corporations service Johnson County for public education. There are 39 public schools, two private schools, and a dozen colleges and universities for higher education.
The county is home to three libraries including Johnson County Public Library, Greenwood Public Library, and Edinburgh-Wright-Hagerman Public Library.
Johnson County receives approximately 43 inches of rain per year and an estimated 20 inches of snow. Summer high temperatures reach about 84 degrees while winter lows average 20 degrees.
There’s an eclectic combination of housing styles permeating the county including historic houses, modern suburbs with single-family homes, and apartment complexes.
Estimated median household income per year is around $68,000, with estimated house and condo values around $148,400.
Johnson County offers wineries, museums, a symphony orchestra, arts center, amphitheater, a zoo, white river state park, and so much more.
When your heart is searching for the ideal place to call home, Johnson County provides small town charm coupled with big-city fun.
Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give Heather Fitzgerald (317-371-2622 ) a call today to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.