Whether you're just shopping for Beavercreek homes for sale or Xenia homes for sale, or you've recently moved into one, you're going to want to know more about the neighborhood. Our REALTORS® are thrilled to make recommendations about what to see and where to go in Greene County. One of our favorite excursions is to local historical sites.
Let's take a look at some of the best places to get to know local history.
There are all sorts of reasons to shop locally. It's a convenient drive from the Beavercreek homes for sale and Xenia homes for sale where you're considering buying a new home. It reduces your carbon footprint by cutting down on driving. You're supporting local businesses and investing in your community. Plus, if you shop at local shows and shops, you're likely to find unique items not available elsewhere and possibly at a good price.
The pandemic may have put a damper on fall get-togethers last year, but this year organizers of fall fun in the area that includes Springboro homes for sale are making up for lost time. Fall festivals and pumpkin patches offer great venues for family get-togethers, with hayrides, haunted houses, scary (or not) face painting, pumpkin patch photos, pumpkin carving, apple bobbing, and more.
Our REALTORS® suggest you take some time off from the moving-in chores and get everyone together for some cool-season attractions. Here are some places and events worth getting out on the town for in the Springboro area.
Summer in Greene County is a wonderful time to explore local communities and enjoy some of the biggest local events of the year. From fantastic 4th of July celebrations to the legendary Greene County Fair and the flavorful Kickin' Chicken Wings Fest, there's truly something for every resident and visitor to enjoy.
Whether you're new to the area or a long-time resident, these events are the ideal chance to see what makes life in Greene County so special. Our REALTORS® are ready for summer fun, and we've got the details on three great events coming to Greene County this summer.
City of Beavercreek 4th of July Parade & Fireworks – Rotary Park, 2260 Dayton Xenia Road, Beavercreek | 6 - 10:30 p.m. July 4
You won't have to travel far from Beavercreek homes for sale to enjoy a memorable, family-friendly 4th of July celebration. The City of Beavercreek 4th of July Parade & Fireworks bookend a full day of fun in the city. Start your evening by taking in the parade which starts at 6 p.m., featuring appearances from local non-profit organizations, businesses, clubs, and neighborhood groups. Once the parade is complete, head over to Rotary Park, where you'll find a full evening of family fun. The party at the park features live entertainment throughout the evening, great food, and a children's play area packed with entertaining activities. Close out the evening with a truly spectacular fireworks show at 10 p.m.—the perfect way to cap off a day of patriotic fun in Beavercreek.
There are few seasonal traditions more beloved than enjoying your favorite ice cream beneath the hot, summer sun, and now is the perfect time to start sampling from all of the great ice cream spots in Greene County. No matter which community in the area you call home, you won't be far from a sweet treat that the whole family will love. Our REALTORS® have the inside scoop on where to find the best spots for ice cream throughout the Greene County area.