Chesterton Indiana in both Westchester, Jackson, and Liberty townships in Porter County is home to about 15,000 residents. It's part of the Dunelands area, which incorporates Chesterton, Burns Harbor, and Porter. This is part of the Indiana Dunes National Park covering nearly 25 miles along the southern shore of Lake Michigan.
Beginning back in 1899, Chesterton was originally called Calumet under the name it was platted for in 1852. Today, the Chesterton Commercial Historic District and the George Brown Mansion are both listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The city's motto is "The Art of Living" and residents pride themselves on tree-lined streets, local parks and fantastic restaurants, two golf courses, miles of bike trails, and overall high quality of life.
The Chesterton high school has a graduation rate of 91% and most of them elementary schools have received four-star ratings for academic excellence. The community has made tremendous athletic achievements at the state level in gymnastics, cross-country, swimming, track and field, and golf.
Chesterton is also a great place to work due to its location and availability to natural resources. This is quite a diverse town close to large corporations in the steel and international shipping industries such as the Ports of Indiana and ArcelorMittal.
The entire state of Indiana has been recognized as a low tax state for businesses and been consistently ranked by the Tax Foundation as one of the best business climates in the industrial Midwest. With low crime rates, high education statuses, and affordable housing market, and a beautiful location, why would you not choose Chesterton Indiana? Start your search below for all current listings and feel free to contact our office at any time for a virtual tour, more information about the area or particular neighborhood, or to schedule a showing.
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