Homes for Sale in the Greater Oregon Historic District Ohio Area 

Oregon Historic District Real Estate

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Oregon Historic District Dayton Ohio

The Oregon Historic District is a neighborhood of Dayton Ohio. It is located within the boundaries of State Route 35 to the south, Patterson Boulevard to the west, South Keowee St to the east, and 3rd Street to the north. Surrounding communities include East Second Street Historic District to the Northwest, Dayton Terra Cotta Historic District to the west, South Park Historic District to the south, and Saint Ann's Hill Historic District to the east.

Oregon Historic District is the oldest of all the Dayton Historic Districts located just a few minutes east of the downtown core of Dayton. It gives easy access to State Route 35 which also gives access to I-75 making commuting around the greater Dayton area very easy.

This neighborhood offers a densely populated urban feel in the center of activity with a population of about 1,577. ranks Oregon Historic District as the #4 Best Neighborhood for Young Professionals in Dayton. The median home value is $172,686 and the median rent is $563.   

History of the District

The driving indicator that you have come to the Oregon Historic District is the architecture. Going back to 1810, Dayton began as a small community with a population of just 383 along the banks of the Great Miami River. Daniel C. Cooper a resident of Dayton began making plans to develop land east of downtown which is where the Oregon District is as early as 1815. In 1829 the first plat was recorded and then developed. It became an area for prominent businessmen that decided to make a home east of the downtown core of the city. Today the original buildings and homes still stand. The District underwent a major revitalization to preserve its history and it encompasses 12 city blocks, it is Dayton's oldest neighborhood. 

Living in Oregon Historic District

If the Oregon Historic District neighborhood of Dayton Ohio sounds like the neighborhood you would like to settle into we are happy to help you find a great home within the Oregon Historic District. You can search for available listings in the links included above or contact us any time for more information about a specific home listing. We are happy to set up a private showing of any available listing. We are highly knowledgeable in all Dayton area real estate and dedicated to helping you find the perfect Dayton home for you.

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