Housing in Knox County Indiana
The median home value in Knox County, Indiana, is $79,000.
- Home appreciation is 13.01% over the last 10 years.
- The median age of Knox County, Indiana, real estate is 55 years.
Housing in Vincennes and Knox County offers a wide range of choices.
- Older well built and maintained homes start at under $50,000,
- while custom-built homes in the $150,000+ range rival the finest homes in the nation.
Renters make up 29.25% of the Knox County, Indiana, population. 13.45% of houses and apartments in Knox County, Indiana, are unoccupied.
From historic downtown neighborhoods and the well-manicured landscapes of subdivisions, to quiet country living, Knox County has a variety of areas to suit the needs of individuals and families alike.
As Vincennes is the oldest city in Indiana, "Old Town" is the legal description of most of the downtown area. Much of Old Town is contained within a federal historic district. Homes in Old Town range from mansions to bungalows. Most were built between 75 and 125 years ago. The downtown area of Vincennes offers a nice compromise between urban and suburban living. Quiet residential streets exist just a block away from business streets. Downtown residents are almost able to lead a vehicle-free existence if they choose.
The Knox County communities of Bicknell, Bruceville, Decker, Freelandville, Monroe City, Sandborn, Vincennes and Wheatland offer quiet, small town living. Those who prefer can find country living, far from street lights and neighbors, yet within a short drive of community services. There are many sites featuring homes for sale in the Knox County area, one place to start your search is here.