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There are lots of reasons why Beavercreek is special to residents. Here are just 5.

When you choose a house from Beavercreek homes for sale, you're moving into a place with the feel of a small town but with all the perks of a bigger community. The Beavercreek area also has an air of spaciousness, where you don't feel crowded but can enjoy your home on a generous-sized lot, and surrounding it all, plenty of parks and older mature trees and shade. Plus, there are ample businesses, as well as lots of venues for dining and recreation. Sound enticing? Our REALTORS® think it is and want to share five of the coolest things we love about Beavercreek. 

  1. The Mall at Fairfield Commons. 2727 Fairfield Commons Blvd.
    You can easily make a day of it at the Mall at Fairfield Commons. If it's shopping you adore, there's no end of fun stores for browsing or for more serious shopping. Hungry? You can always find something to grab on the go at the Food Court, or for more formal dining with friends and family, partake at upscale Basil's on Market bistro, or try juicy steakhouse fare at Black Rock Bar and Grill. Want to see a movie? Check the schedule at the Regal Cinema

  2. National Museum of the United States Air Force. 1100 Spaatz Street; Wright-Patterson AFB Ohio, (near Dayton)
    The National Museum of the United States Air Force, the world's largest military aviation museum, is not in Beavercreek per se, but is just a short, 15-minute drive away. This is a great venue you can show off to all your out-of-town company. Young and old will love the vintage planes, including the experimental supersonic XB-70As , as well as the 350 aerospace vehicles and missiles, thousands of artifacts, and other displays.

  3. Pasha Grill. 72 Plum Street
    Who'd have thought you could find fine Turkish fare in Beavercreek? But it's a fact, and the place to go is the Pasha Grill. From appetizer to entree to soup and salad, then on to dessert, it's an adventure into scrumptious Middle Eastern food. Love babaganoush? Kebabs? Stuffed grape leaves? Sigara Borek (Feta cheese rolls)? If you've never sampled Middle Eastern fare, this is the place to start. 

  4. The Greene. 4452 Buckeye Lane, Beavercreek
    Have you been to The Greene? Now that you're a Beavercreek resident, or if you're just thinking of becoming one, you must get down to The Greene. It's got everything — dining, movies, shopping — and if you or someone you know is interested, luxury living close by. Some of the great venues in The Greene: Pasha Grill, Ace Asian Cafe, Talbot's, Apple store, Yogurt Mountain, Books and Company, Old Navy, J Crew, Pies and Pints and more. Bring your out-of-town visitors. It's the place to go.

  5. Creekside Reserve. 761 Factory Rd, Beavercreek; Karohl Park. 2940 Hohl Dr, Beavercreek
    There are so many outdoor venues around Beavercreek, we hardly know where to start. So let's go with one of the most popular, Creekside Reserve. It's a flood plan forest with meadows and views of Little Beaver Creek. Take the family on a hike on one of the scenic trails, and learn something about the natural world near Beavercreek. Need something a little more structured? Try Karohl Park. You'll love the new shelter, recently reconstructed for family events. Are you a fan of disk golf? Look no further. This course is a work in progress, but fans say the city's efforts to upgrade are having a positive effect. 

You're off to a good start to loving Beavercreek with these places. Need more? Contact Wright-Patt Realty today.