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 sale 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, contact New Construction Specialist Donald Shurts! As experienced RE/MAX agents, the Shurts Realty team has worked with many Dayton home builders.
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 for sale provide a commute of less than 30 minutes to most parts of the Dayton area.
When considering our town, 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.
A wide variety of schools are available to Beavercreek residents include highly rated public and private schools - both Christian Schools and Catholic schools. Beavercreek City Schools are regularly recognized for their academic excellent and strong character education. Many colleges and universities are close by including the University of Dayton, Wright State University, Central State University, Cedarville University, Wilberforce University, and Sinclair Community College.