Centerville, Ohio is a mid-sized city with a small-town feel, and a deep appreciation of local history. Located partial in Greene County and Montgomery County, it lays just south of Dayton. Centerville is known for its tree-lined streets and community-minded residents. The schools of Centerville have earned national recognition for both academic and athletic performance. Centerville's broad appeal makes it a popular destination for families with school-age children, professionals looking to tap into the strong local job market and retirees who want a peaceful, pleasant place to settle down.
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Centerville is home to an estimated population of just under 24,000 residents—and growing! The median age of residents is 49 years, compared to an average of 39 years for the rest of Ohio. Residents in this city tend to be well-educated, with more than 46% of adults earning at least a bachelor's degree. Centerville's median household income of $59,296 and average home value of $161,085 both check in well ahead of state averages. This is a prosperous place to call home, by any measure.
The real estate market here is diverse with homes coming in every shape and size. The top end of the market features an impressive collection of luxury properties with very distinctive architecture. This is definitely not the sort of city where every home on the block looks the same. The market for single-family homes is also strong, especially in the area covered by the stellar Centerville City Schools district. Search the newest homes for sale in Centerville, OH.
If you're looking for the perfect city to send your kids to school, Centerville should be near the top of the list. The Centerville City School District has earned excellent ratings from every corner, and does a great job of positioning students for a bright future. The district is home to a total of 14 schools, including a preschool facility and the unique School of Opportunities. Colleges in the area include Fortis College, the University of Dayton and the Wright State University main campus. Search Centerville, OH homes for sale by school district.
The employment market in Centerville is quite healthy, especially for people in management, administrative and professional careers. Centerville's most popular industries include finance, professional and technical services, research, insurance and technology. The excellent school system also creates many jobs for the city. Mix in easy access to nearby cities like Dayton, Kettering and Beavercreek, and you can see why Centerville is such a great place to work.
Residents of Centerville enjoy a diverse set of entertainment options, including outdoor parks, recreation facilities, museums, art galleries and a historic preservation district. The Leonard E. Stubbs Memorial Park and Centerville Amphitheater includes nature trails, playgrounds, athletic fields, and a free, live concert series during the summer. The Town Hall Theater, located in the center of town, is a fun place to watch (or stage) a show. Centerville is also home to three museums, which share the fascinating history of our area. Golf lovers will feel right at home at The Golf Club at Yankee Trace, which has been named one of the top 10 municipal courses in the whole country.
Are you ready to take the next step toward life in one of Ohio's best cities? Contact our team at Wright-Patt Realty to buy or sell homes in Centerville, Ohio.
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