The Future is Bright in
Winfield, IN

Incorporated in 1993, Winfield is one of the newest and fastest-growing communities in the region, bordered mainly by Merrillville to the north and Crown Point to the east. The small community has worked quickly to establish amenities like public parks and a community newspaper and has been commended for its well-planned and organized expansion, which includes several thoughtfully designed subdivisions with spacious lots. Winfield truly offers a family-oriented lifestyle paired with the conveniences of a modern suburb.

Top Amenities & Attractions

  • Harvest Festival – The town’s premier festival, the Harvest Festival is held each Fall and usually features vendors, kids’ activities, crafts, and food from local businesses.
  • Location – For those seeking the best of both worlds – quiet, country living with access to major shopping hubs and transportation – Winfield is a perfect choice.
  • A Planned & Growing Community – As a community designed for today’s families and fast-paced lifestyles, Winfield offers nearly endless opportunities for business owners and entrepreneurs looking to leave their mark in the region.


Students in Winfield attend the Crown Point Community Schools, which includes Winfield Elementary (Kindergarten-Grade 2), Jerry Ross Elementary (Grades 3-5), two middle schools, and the Crown Point High School. The Indiana Department of Education’s INview website offers current performance data for each school.


Most new construction developments in Winfield feature playgrounds, and there are two public park spaces as well. John B. Curley Memorial Park, located near the town’s municipal offices, features a playground and pavilion perfect for family gatherings. The Randolph Community Park is a nine-acre park with a walking path, a pond, and a large playground.

Developments & Neighborhoods

Available Lots

Available Lots Map


  • All plans for dwellings, changes, and alterations (including painting), fencing, walls, decks, remodeling, improvements, and additions shall be submitted to the Architectural Control Committee for approval.
  • All dwellings shall be new construction. No manufactured homes or other off-site construction shall be moved on to lots.
  • Flat roofs are not to be incorporated into design modifications.
  • 40% of the front elevation of the dwelling shall be brick, stone, masonry or stucco. The remainder may be non-masonry siding.
  • Non-masonry siding shall be cedar, redwood, hardy plank, or vinyl.
  • Building requirements: 2,200 square feet, two-story or 1,800 square feet, ranch or 1½-story.
  • No dwelling is to be built closer than 25 feet to the right-of-way (building line). Corner lot dwellings are to be no closer than 25 feet on one street and 20 feet on the other.
  • Side yards are to be a minimum of 7 feet on one side and a total of 20% of the lot width at the building line.
  • No dwelling shall exceed 45 feet high.
  • All sheds, greenhouses, gazebos, playhouses, and other freestanding structures are subject to approval and shall only be constructed in the rear yards. Pitch of the roof is to be equivalent of dwelling roof pitch and be constructed of the same exterior siding and color as the dwelling.
  • Driveways will be constructed of concrete, asphalt, or paver stones and completed within 90 days after occupancy. Brick, cobblestone, or other materials must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee. Minimum of 2 feet of yard between each side of lot line and driveway paving material.
  • Sidewalks are to be installed at owner’s expense.

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