Crane Family Housing offers the quality living your family deserves and the pricing and flexibility your family needs. Located at NSA Crane Navy Base, and 45 minutes from Bloomington, Indiana, Crane Family Housing's 24 renovated are farmhouses located in a park-like setting, some right on the lake with mature trees and large yards. Ample storage, wood floors, fireplaces, garages are among the many amazing features of these homes. Moral Welfare and Recreation provides a pool and a playground conveniently located within the community. We are pleased to offer housing to our military families stationed at NSA Crane as well as non-military families in the Crane, Indiana area.
Why choose Crane?
Crane Family Housing is managed by Hunt Military Communities, a national real estate services leader that has been providing Service Members and their families with expertly designed homes, fully developed communities, and exceptional management services, for over 40 years. We are proud to offer housing to Active Duty Service Members, Retirees, Veterans, DOD Employees, Other Service Branches and Civilians.
We take pride in serving families just like yours and strive to make the move-in process as streamlined as possible. That’s why we offer a payment in arrears structure, meaning there’s no up-front rent costs or security deposits for Active Duty Members.
Leasing: (855) 327-1044
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- Jim & Mary M.
March 15, 2021
Hunt Military Communities (HMC) is excited to announce the launch of its second annual “Hunt Little Heroes” program to recognize dependent children of military service members who are making a difference within their communities.
January 12, 2021
Hunt Heroes Foundation, the non-profit organization founded by Hunt Military Communities (Hunt), is excited to announce it has recently started accepting applications for its third annual HHF scholarship grants. Hunt will award $40,000 to deserving applicants.
January 4, 2021
The new system will reduce environmental impact and decrease reliance on non-renewable energy sources