Situated in SW Allen county, Abbey Place Villas is a bedroom community of 105+ residents nestled in one of the most affluent Zip codes in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Strategically located near St. Rd 14 & Hadley, literally 4 minutes from Interstate 69, you are never more than 20 minutes from any part of the Fort Wayne metro area. One major draw of the area is the S.W. Allen county school system, considered one of the best in the state.
With the affordability of the homes easy freeway access & some of the lowest home owner fees in town one can see why It's said that Abbey Villas is the best kept secret in Allen County. One thing's for sure, For Sale signs don't stay up for very long! The goal of this development is providing a Villa lifestyle with minimum care from the homeowner. Ideal for those with too much on their plate to worry about cutting grass or shoveling snow, practical amenities such as Lawn care, mulching & snow removal are included in the Home Owner Association fees.
The park like setting, including three ponds makes for a truly inviting landscape for walks in the summer & a winter wonderland just after the snow falls.This thriving community is perfect for single young professionals, Retirees, & Families just starting out. In addition to the human inhabitants, a rich collection of pleasing wildlife such as ducks, snow geese & of course the The Great Blue Heron make their permanent home here. Like the ducks who migrate south for the winter so do many of our residents.
Fort Wayne is a city in the state off Indiana and the county seat of Allen county. As of 2009, the city had an estimated population of 255,890, ranking it the 72nd largest in the nation. It is the second largest after Indianapolis The municipality is located in northeastern Indiana, approximately 20 miles (32 km) west of the Ohio border and 50 miles (80 km) south of the Michigan border.Today, Fort Wayne's economy is based on manufacturing, education, insurance, health care logistics, and defense and security The city has been an All-America City Award recipient in 1982, 1998, and 2009