Beavercreek Ohio is the located in Greene County and is a wonderful place to call home! As Beavercreek Realtors and residents, Don & Cyndi Shurts are always thrilled to introduce Cyndi's hometown to those relocating to the Dayton area. In 2007, MONEY MAGAZINE selected Beavercreek as one of the Top 100 Best Places To Live In America!
With a 15 minute drive to downtown Dayton and a 5-10 minute drive to Wright Patterson Air Force Base (WPAFB) and Wright State University, Beavercreek real estate is often selected as the community to purchase a new home solely on its convenient location within the Greater Dayton area. Because the city is served by two major highways (I-675 and US Route 35) Beavercreek homes provide a commute of less than 30 minutes to most parts of the Dayton area.
When considering Beavercreek realty, you should know that Beavercreek is one of only a few cities in the Miami Valley that does not have a city income tax. So if you work in another city besides Beavercreek or Bellbrook, you'll probably pay a personal income tax in that city. But if you work and live in Beavercreek or Bellbrook you'll pay no city income tax.
The rolling, wooded terrain provides an attractive backdrop for the many residential neighborhoods in our community. Beavercreek is considered one of the most desirable and fastest growing suburbs with homes for all tastes and budgets. From charming, older neighborhoods to custom-built luxury homes in new developments, from mini-farms for horses to golf course communities, from starter homes to Beavercreek condos, this Greene County city has something for everyone! In the older neighborhoods , you'll find brick ranch homes, charming Cape Cod houses, and two-story homes. One of the most popular online searches is for Beavercreek four-bedroom houses.
If you dream of building a new home or just want to find nearly new homes for sale, Beavercreek can provide both! As Re/Max agents, we work with many Dayton home builders to get you building your new home. New construction is abundant in Beavercreek and in most cases we can get you in your home in about 6 months, from contract to completion. Working with Realtors experienced in new construction can save you money, time, and trouble when getting things started with a builder. Call us to discuss your options in building a new house in Beavercreek. We are always happy to introduce you to quality builders in the area with a great reputation in Greene County. Some of the most popular new construction communities in the area are Windemere, Hunters Pointe, Oakbrook Chase, Fox Ridge, Stonehill Village, Hickory Ridge and others being developed all the time. Builders in our area are happy to work with real estate agents because it saves them time and marketing dollars when a local agent brings able and ready buyers to their homes. If time is of the essence, we can often get you into a new home in less time if you allow us to show you homes currently being completed as builder spec homes. Often times, our buyers are able to select some of the finishes, flooring, carpet, appliances, and paint.
Beavercreek offers many delightful choices when it comes to shopping. The Mall at Fairfield Commons is one of the premier indoor shopping malls in the Miami Valley featuring anchor stores Macy’s, JC Penney, Sears, Dicks, and Elder-Beerman, as well as 130 specialty shops, some of which are unique to this area. The Greene, an outdoor mall which opened in August of 2006, features a pedestrian friendly, town square setting offering shopping, dining, coffee shops and office space with street level store fronts and open green spaces. Our Beavercreek RE/MAX office is located at the Greene and is the only real estate company at this location. There are also many other shopping areas throughout Beavercreek, featuring unique specialty stores catering to a wide variety of interests.
Beavercreek is home to several large employers including research and manufacturing firms with diverse technologies such as aerospace, automotive, and electronics. One of the largest employers in the state of Ohio, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, is our neighbor to the north. Unison-Elano Corporation, Modern Technologies Corporation, and other defense industry contractors provide a high level of employment opportunities in the area.
There’s no limit to the fun you can have in the Beavercreek area! Numerous parks are located throughout the city and township, offering recreational opportunities such as organized sports for children and adults, bike trails which connect the cities of Dayton, Beavercreek, and Xenia, and hiking. The Narrows Reserve and Nature Center on Indian Ripple Road is a 162 acre park that offers 4.2 miles of hiking trails that wind through meadows, woodlands, and steep ravines along the Little Miami River. The Beavercreek Wetlands is accessed through Phillips Park on Dayton-Xenia Road and is a 77 acre park containing marshlands, forested swamps, and fens, which is low land covered with water. The Dominic-Lofino Park on Grange Hall Road features picnic shelters, hiking trails, playground equipment, tennis courts and a skate park. Probably the most used trail is the Creekside Trail, which is 10.6 miles of former railroad bed turned into a bike path. This paved trail is well shaded by trees and relatively flat, making it a great choice for bikers, joggers, and skaters. The Ankeney Soccer Complex on Orchard Lane is a popular sports facility with many soccer fields. E.J. Nutter Park is home to the Beavercreek Community Athletic Association and features five youth baseball diamonds, picnic facilities, playground, and access to the wetland preserve. Rotary Park on Dayton-Xenia Road is a large sports park featuring two baseball diamonds, four T-ball diamonds, eight softball diamonds, soccer fields, volleyball courts, picnic shelter, and playground. Residents will find there is much to do in Beavercreek, Ohio.
A wide variety of educational programs are available to Beavercreek residents. Both public and private schools, including Christian Schools and Catholic schools, are available in the area. Beavercreek City Schools are regularly recognized for their academic excellent and strong character education.
There are also many colleges and universities close by, including the University of Dayton, Wright State University, Central State University, Cedarville University, Wilberforce University, and Sinclair Community College.
Beavercreek is an area rich with history. The Miami and Shawnee Indians prized this area along the Little and Big Beaver Creeks as prime hunting ground. Settlers in the late 1700’s found the abundant game, fertile land, and waterways ideal for establishing homesteads. The township was established in the early 1800’s and remained largely a rural community until more development began in the 1950’s as people began to choose to leave city life for the suburban lifestyle. In 1979, a part of the township was incorporated and Beavercreek became a city in February of 1980. It is the close proximity to the amenities of city life, yet the small town feel of Beavercreek that has attributed to its continued growth as a community within Greene County.
As top-rated Beavercreek buyers' agents (by past clients) Don & Cyndi Shurts enjoy helping those relocating to Beavercreek or military personnel pcsing to Wright Patterson AFB to find their Beavercreek dream home! They enjoy working and playing in this great town and know that you will enjoy it to. As relocation specialist with RE/MAX, Don & Cyndi understand the challenge of shopping for a home long distance. Their knowledge and expertise in the Beavercreek housing market will make your transition stress-free and fun!
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Don & Cyndi respond personally to your inquiries here. Put their numbers in your phone and let your best interests be represented in your Beavercreek transaction. Remember the real estate agent whose name is on the for sale sign is working for the best interest of the seller. Get a Beavercreek Realtor in your corner. Our buyer service cost you nothing!! Beavercreek home sellers pay for buyer representation through the local listing agreement with the Dayton Area Board of Realtors.