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Top 10 Reasons to Live in Beavercreek

  • Moving on up! After dropping to their five-year low point in 2012, the values of Beavercreek homes climbed by a median 2.2% in the past year. (This covers all residences in the city: for sale, rent to own, and not on the market.) The value is projected to rise by nearly the same amount in the coming year. You can find some great options on Beaver Valley Rd. and Knollwood.

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  • Here comes the sun! For outdoor fun in the sun, hang out at one of the city's many parks.Tennis hounds can enjoy the 36-acre Dominick Lofino Park, which features four tennis courts as well as a skate park and amphitheater next to a lake. For something wilder, Tara Park has 2.35 acres of undeveloped fields. The hills are popular for sledding in the winter.
  • Lower than list! Although the median list price for a residence in Beavercreek is $184,900, the actual sales price drops to a median $177,300. Talk with a member of the Beavercreek Area Association of Realtors to see if any of these properties consist of rent-to-own houses. You might find your dream place on Willow Run Dr.
  • Eating meat! To satisfy your hankering for hamburger, chow down with the Garlic Hot Bleu, Dragons Breath, or Pepper Lover burgers at CBCB Bar and Grill. If you prefer hand-rubbed St. Louis-style ribs, then enjoy the hickory-wood-smoked delights at City Barbecue.
  • Stand-alone selections! If crowding with neighbors isn't your thing, then you'll like that 80% of the residences in Beavercreek are stand-alone homes. The average house has 1,917 square feet and was constructed in 1972. You can find some rent to own homes on Logic Ct. and Zimmerman.
  • Destination shopping! Locals head for The Mall at Fairfield Commons when they want to buy, eat, or be entertained 130 outlets in climate-controlled comfort. To spend your dollars outdoors, check out The Greene Town Center, which puts retail at the street level of a mixed-use complex.
  • Waiting for discounts! If you're lucky, you can ignore the first listing price of properties on the market because almost 32% of them get a price cut. About 31% eventually sell for below the list price. Check out some properties on Center Center, where you might find some rent to own options.
  • Loving the links! Ranked as a 4.5-star course by Golf Digest, the Beavercreek Golf Club consists of a public 18-hole course, golf academy, and grill room. The Private Country Club of the North provides residential living and hundreds of mature trees for its 18 holes.
  • Higher-value options! Beavercreek residences are more in-demand as shown by their median value of $163,600. This is higher than the median value of $95,900 in Dayton. County Line Rd. and Barrymore Lane have some good housing prices.
  • Respecting history! The Beavercreek Historical Society clues you into the city's past by granting plaques to such local landmarks as the 1810 Stage Coach Inn or the 1805 Daytona Mills. It also "brings local history to the present" through Heritage Day, a free event with music, food, and local crafters.