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About Auburn Crossing
Conveniently located off of Interstate 69, Auburn Crossing offers small-town living with quick access to major cities like Fort Wayne, IN and Columbia, IN. When looking for homes for sale in Fort Wayne, IN, you will discover that Auburn Crossing offers affordable homes within a serene community setting.
Auburn Crossing is proud to be one of the largest Manufactured Housing Communities in the state of Indiana, where residents enjoy a balance between a rustic lifestyle and easy access to urban living. With a variety of floorplans, Auburn Crossing makes it easy to find the perfect home.
Founders Wesley Park and John Badlam Howe established the city along Cedar Creek at the intersection of two major trails—creating the beginnings of an infrastructure that promotes growth and advancement. While dirt trails and the Pony Express have been exchanged for major highways and fiber optics, that same mission guides us today.
Proudly known as the “Home of the Classics” for our pioneering role in the early automotive industry, Auburn continues to make a name for ourselves. There’s a reason so why so many choose to live, work and play in Auburn. You’ll see that when you walk the scenic streets, visit local retail and restaurant establishments, take in city parks, and attend cultural and community events. Plainly put, it doesn’t take long to realize Auburn is a special place. We know financing can be challenging, that is why at Kodiak Property Management we help make that path more accessible through our financing options – no matter your credit background! If you are looking for a quality home, in a safe neighborhood that is affordable, look no further than Auburn Crossing!
Auburn Crossing is affordable, delivers a quality lifestyle for residents and a variety of homes that are new or remodeled. When you’re looking for homes in Auburn, IN, come and discover why Auburn Crossing is the perfect place to call home.View Map
Auburn is the location of the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival
It is held each Labor Day weekend
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum and the National Automotive and Truck Museum of the United States are located here
They are National Historic Landmarks.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival, with the annual Labor Day auction, is said to host one of the world's largest automotive auctions.
These automotive-related events are the legacy of the Auburn Automobile Company, which closed in the late 1930s
Other museums located near Auburn include the Hoosier Air Museum, the Kruse Automotive and Carriage Museum
This includes the International Monster Truck Hall of Fame, and the World War II Victory Museum
Auburn also hosts the annual DeKalb County Free Fall Fair
This is a six-day event usually held in the last week of September.