Munster is a town in North Township, Lake County Indiana part of the Chicago metro area about 30 miles southeast of downtown Chicago. It borders Hammond to the north, Highland to the east, Dyer and Schererville to the south, and Lansing and Lynnwood directly to the west. It's home to about 24,000 residents.
Munster has a unique history that began as a booming town but saw difficult times through the Great Depression. However, over the last 10 years, a comprehensive plan for Munster's development includes plans for a new town center was shopping and dining as well as a proposed train station. Residents enjoy the peacefulness of this community, affordability, and amenities. There's low crime, decent employment, excellent schools, and it receives a livability score of 79 by area vibes.com. The town is home to a number of local and national companies as well as several community resources such as the Center for Visual and Performing Arts, the headquarters for the Times of Northwest Indiana newspaper, a Whole Foods Market distribution center, and many others. It's also home to the Three Floyd's Brewing Company, a microbrewery and craft beer destination that is received a wonderful national following.
One of Munster's recent developments is the Centennial Village located to the north of Centennial Park. When completed, this will be a mixed-use transit-oriented development featuring residential housing and retail.
The School Town of Munster is the public school system and there are five schools all recognized as Indiana Blue Ribbon schools and been awarded five-star ratings. This alone is one of the main reasons many families choose Munster as their new home. There are two private schools, a high school, a middle school, and three elementary schools.
Munster features 10 parks, three lakes, a nine-hole golf course, 11 miles of biking and hiking paths, and a public art and sculpture program. Centennial Park is the highlight of the parks and wrecked apartment, which includes a clubhouse, banquet facilities, the View restaurant, the golf course and driving range, a live stage amphitheater, fountains, fishing, and a boardwalk. In all, there are 23 Parks and Recreation of facilities in Munster alone.
Homes in Munster are priced a little higher than neighboring communities, primarily based on school awards and records. Homes are priced from about $300,000 to over $1 million.
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