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The town was incorporated in 1868 after the organization of the Middlebury Township in 1834. Many early settlers came from Vermont. A large Amish community came from Pennsylvania and remains a core aspect of the town's community. These people formed this town that was focused on farming. Middlebury has come a long way since its incorporation and now has a diversified economy, thriving schools, and tourist attractions. The population of Middlebury was 3,420 according to the 2010 census. It's located in northern Indiana and is only east of Chicago by 130 miles.

Located just 35 miles east of South Bend is the quaint town of Middlebury, Indiana. Make your home in Middlebury in one of the many properties available. There are plenty of condominiums, single-family homes, town houses, and empty lots for sale in this area. You have plenty of options to choose from when deciding on a home in Middlebury.

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