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The Kettering Suburb of Dayton Ohio
Kettering Ohio is a suburb of Dayton, Ohio, located between interstate 75 and interstate 675. It is just south of Oakwood and Belmont just east of Marin north of Whites corners and west of Mount Saint John. This suburb is home to roughly 55,390 residents.
Kettering is recognized by niche.com as Number 28 out of 340 of the best suburbs to live for young professionals in Ohio. It is also recognized as number 40 out of 537 on the list of best places to retire in Ohio. niche.com also lists Kettering at number 79 on its list of best suburbs in Ohio out of 340.
The median household income of those living in Kettering is $58,970 a year. The median home value is $133,800 and the median rent price is $807. About 62% of those living in Kettering own their home.
History of the town of Kettering
Kettering got its beginnings in the late 1700s as farmland and was slowly settled through the mid-1800s. Kettering began to see significant population growth which spurred the creation of Van Buren Township in 1841. The town of Kettering was then incorporated into the township. It was only a village at the time of incorporation. By 1955 the population of the village grew large enough to claim status as a city. Kettering officially became a city on June 24, 1955. Kettering continued to grow seeing significant growth after World War II as several Dayton residents moved out to the suburb for a more quiet lifestyle.
Public schools in Kettering
Today the public school system of Kettering is probably one of the most attractive draws to the area. The public school system in Kettering receives a ratings from the website niche.com for almost every school within the district. Many people will note that Kettering has some of the best public schools in the Dayton area. This has drawn many young families to the area. The public schools in Kettering are part of the Centerville City School District.
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