Building A Home In Springboro Ohio
An excellent community close to Dayton and Cincinnati
It couldn’t be a better time to be building a home in Springboro, Ohio. Springboro is located in Warren County, just south of the Dayton Mall area.
Springboro is a growing city with an excellent school system, close proximity to nearly everything and is a tremendous community to build your custom home in.
The city operates the following parks: Community Park, Clearcreek Park, E. Milo Beck, Fred Mayne Park and Rotary Park, pocket parks in the historic district, Gardner Park, and North Park. Springboro has been developing a bicycle network that includes bike lanes and a bike hub, SPARC and Go, located in the historic district. Warren County Parks operates Kessling Park, located in the city limits.
Springboro also has golf courses and private parks. Much of the green space belongs to Country Clubs and private neighborhoods, although the city operates a public country club, Heatherwoode Country Club.
When building a home in Springboro, Ohio, you can always get what you need quickly because the shopping opportunities are tremendous. The City of Springboro has many craft and artisan businesses that call the city home, and residents are near three large shopping complexes – The Dayton Mall, Austin Landing, and the Cincinnati Premium Outlet Mall in Monroe, Ohio.
For grocery shopping, Springboro is home to a Kroger, and the upscale Dorothy Lane Market.
Each September, the Springboro United Church of Christ hosts the Oktoberfest Springboro in the city center. The event features German food and drink, games, and live entertainment.
Dining in Springboro offers something for everyone. Whether you are seeking traditional American fare, delicious Asian food, a small cafe, or just food delivered to your home, Springboro has it all.
Springboro has excellent transportation options for its residents, and is centrally located to in close proximity to Dayton and Cincinnati on Interstate 75, which runs through Springboro. Springboro is also close to the Interstate 675 connection off of I-75, giving Beavercreek residents quick access to Centerville, Bellbrook, Beavercreek and the entire Wright State University area.