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Flat Iron, Indiana

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Flat Iron, Indiana

Flat Iron
Unincorporated community
Vermillion County's location in Indiana
Vermillion County's location in Indiana
Flat Iron is located in Vermillion County, Indiana
Flat Iron
Flat Iron
Flat Iron's location in Vermillion County
Country  United States
State  Indiana
County Vermillion County
Township Highland Township
Elevation 188 m (617 ft)
ZIP code 47974
GNIS feature ID 0434564[1]

Flat Iron is a small, unincorporated community in Highland Township, Vermillion County, Indiana, United States.


Flat Iron is an Unincorporated community located at (40.052930, -87.489130). State Road 32, County Road 100W ("Flat Iron Road") and County Road 1150N come together at this point to enclose a triangular, iron-shaped area of flat ground, giving the site its name. A house and a pole barn occupy the site, along with a sign reading, "Flat Iron, population 1." In the past the site had an additional residence and a general store, and a population of six. Highland Airport, which closed in the late 1980s, was located just across the field to the north and east of Flat Iron. The closest incorporated town is Perrysville, approximately three miles east. The unincorporated town of Gessie is about two miles north.


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