Bischoff Reservoir

Indiana

22Listings
$40K-$5.6M
$7.4MTotal Value
Bischoff Reservoir, Indiana

Bischoff Reservoir real estate is considered a tight inventory market for lake homes and lake lots in Indiana.

Bischoff Reservoir homes for sale have an average list price of $715,000, with many great homes at higher and lower prices.

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    About Bischoff Reservoir
    Situated Between Cincinnati and Indianapolis

    Bischoff Reservoir is located between two major cities, 45 miles from Cincinnati and 70 miles from Indianapolis, serving as a recreational escape for city-goers and tourists alike.

    In the nearby town of Batesville, you will find restaurants, shops, and other small-town establishments.

    Cincinnati houses the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and Cincinnati VA Hospital while Indianapolis has Indianapolis International Airport or Kindred Hospital.

    Dazzling Waters in Southeastern Illinois

    Bischoff Reservoir is a 190-acre expanse for boating, fishing, and relaxation in a tranquil, secluded environment. The lake holds a variety of fish, with largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, channel catfish, and white crappie making its best catches.

    Paddle the lake in a kayak or canoe for scenic views of water and wildlife. Some fishermen chose to use small, electrically-powered motors for cruising the waters.

    Top Sights of Cincinnati and Indianapolis

    Cincinnati's top-visited sites are Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, Newport Aquarium, Coney Island Amusement Park, and Krohn Conservatory.

    There are fun attractions like Indianapolis Zoo, White River State Park, Children's Museum of Indianapolis, or Indianapolis Museum of Art found in the city.

    Indianapolis Motor Speedway is one of the state's top attractions, drawing thousands to events like Indy 500, MotoAmerica, Nascar Pennzoil 150, FGL Fest, and more.

    Make Bischoff Lake Your Getaway

    Bischoff Reservoir has the qualities to suit someone looking to raise a family, retire, or escape the city.