If you find yourself stressing because it seems like there will not be time to get dinner done, take a deep breath! There is a solution! In Beavercreek there are many great places to stop at and enjoy a fresh meal including Milano’s, CBCB Bar and Grill, Bar Louie, Sake, Cheesecake Factory, Pies & Pints and many more! There are a variety of different food types to choose from out of these restaurants, surely there is somewhere everyone will like! Click here for a list with pictures.
We are so sorry to hear about the damage caused by the tornadoes and how that has ravished our communities. Although this is terrible news, it is a relief that there were no deaths, and our neighbors are supportive in rebuilding. My heart is with those who had damage done to their home and those whose homes were completely destroyed. I wish all the best and know that we will continue to find any help possible and will assist you however we can.
Beavercreek, Ohio is currently the largest city in Greene County, which is adjacent to Montgomery County and the Dayton area. While offering a wide variety of housing from the older / stable neighborhoods with classic charm, to more custom and elegant living…you will find much to desire in our Beavercreek community!
Shopping is a focal point with Fairfield Commons Mall located at the busiest interchange of Fairfield Road, New Germany Trebein and is exit 17 off I-675. Minutes to Wright State University and the Nutter Center – you will find education is a strong suit, as well as entertainment factor. If you like to eat out – there are many restaurants to choose from with all flavor sensations to explore.
Enjoy a day out on the course? You will enjoy teeing-it-up at either Beavercreek Golf Club or the Country Club of the North! The public course at Beaverceek Golf Club is rated as a top-tier public course with 4.5 stars and sure to please both the novice and the semi-pro seeking to relax. If you are interested in the private setting, CCN is a Jack Nicklaus Signature Design course that will exhilarate and challenge you. If you feel so inspired after hitting a round, you may want to check out the beautiful semi-custom to fully custom homes here!
Commute times are quick with the easy access to 675 and Rt 35 as well as the main roadways of the city. Parks and recreation features as well as a “home-town feel” make this a wonderful place to call home. Minutes from WPAFB also make this community Military Proud; with additional strong employment sectors in medical, engineering, research, and manufacturing abound for those seeking to relocate.
Depends on what you are looking for: whether your job and location are reasons for your next move, or kids in sports, or the shopping and entertainment; BUT, one thing is for certain – there are LOTS of choices in our Communities. This Dayton Business Journal took a survey and reports their findings in the following article:
The Dayton Business Journal took a survey which shows TIPP CITY to be the #1 pick of our area with BEAVERCREEK being the #2 area. See their full article for findings in the following link: