West Carrolton OH

On a little over 4,000 acres live 13,000 people on West Carrolton OH real estate. They live seven miles from Dayton in Montgomery County on rolling land between the Great Miami River and Owl Creek. The metals and plastics production, manufacturing and retail industries keep owners of West Carrolton OH homes busy. Their kids are educated at one elementary school, one middle school and one high school. Further education is available to them at University of Dayton, Sinclair Community College or Wright State University-Main Campus. Did you know that Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was named partly because the Wright brothers gave birth to the aviation industry in Dayton? Did you know that the movie projector was patented in Dayton?

It's safe to say that most of what would become America was home to people as far back as 10,000 BCE, but West Carrolton homes existed as early as 1000 BCE. Indians tried chasing out European settlers in the early 1700s and this continued until 1795 when the Treaty of Greenville gave settlers a safe place to live. Lots of water meant mills and, as early as 1802, there were two gristmills going strong. The land was largely farmland with some businesses, like paper mills, distilleries, a doctor, inns, general stores, coopers and warehouses. As the 20th century opened, manufacturing became big as business owners sought places to build their businesses. West Carrolton was it. Read more West Carrollton history at http://www.westcarrolltonhistoricalsociety.org/west-carrollton-brief-history.html.

Ten parks and two athletic complexes should give new owners of West Carrolton real estate plenty of fresh air and fun. All the parks at least have play equipment if they don't have picnic facilities. Three facilities with picnic tables have electricity. Most of the parks have some form of sports fields or courts. The West Carrolton home buyer will enjoy fishing and boating as well as biking. See a grid of facilities and amenities at http://www.westcarrollton.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=176&Itemid=132.

Seekers of West Carrolton homes for sale should know about area events. They might like to take part in the Christmas Spirit Open House, see appearances by Jerry Sienfeld, Celtic Woman or Mannheim Steamroller. Perhaps purchasers of West Carrolton properties would like to take the family to see the Shirk Family Light Show or Wonderland Windows. All this and more can be found at http://www.westcarrollton.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=215&Itemid=177 and http://events.activedayton.com/search?new=n&sort=0&srad=25.0&srss=10&ssi=10&st=event&svt=text&swhat=&swhen=&swhere=Dayton%2C+OH.

New owners of real estate in West Carrolton will need distractions for the kids while they're out of school. Take them to see Boonshoft Museum of Discovery or the Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park. Buyers of homes for sale in West Carrolton might enjoy playing along with the kids at Scene 75 indoor amusement park. See more attractions at http://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g60785-Activities-Dayton_Ohio.html.

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