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Tipp City Suburb of Dayton Ohio
Tipp City is a suburb of Dayton Ohio located about 15 minutes north of downtown Dayton as you travel along Interstate 75. The interstate runs directly through the center of Tipp City which is very roughly bounded by E Shoop Road on the south, Peters Road on the west, Monroe-Concord Road on the north, and a small portion of the great Miami River at its furthest east boundary.
The population of Tipp City is about 10,202 residents with a sparse suburban population density. The median home value of Tipp City is $183,400 most people in Tipp City own their homes. About 71% of the population are homeowners in Tipp City. The median rent price is $825 a month. the website niche.com holds a lot of rankings for all of the cities in Ohio and ranks Tipp City as the number 62 out of 347 Best Suburbs to Buy a House in Ohio.
History of Tip City
Tipp City was not the first name for this suburb outside of Dayton. It was originally called Tippecanoe and then the name was changed to Tippecanoe City. Later it received its current name of Tipp City in 1938 due to another location inside the state with the name of Tippecanoe.
Tippecanoe as it was called back then was founded in 1840 as the Miami River and Erie Canal were developing. The name comes from presidential candidate William Henry Henry Harrison's nickname of Tippecanoe. He received this nickname for his heroism at the Battle of Tippecanoe on November 7, 1811.
Tipp City gained its place on the map in Ohio and the greater Dayton area because it became a stopping-off point for boaters traveling down the Miami River and through the Erie Canal. The beginnings of the downtown area were popular for the number of bars and the red light district. Today you can still see the dry Erie Canal locks just east of downtown Tipp City. The town grew even more with the development of railroads in the 1850s which put the surrounding canals out of business and then eventually brought the city to a time of rapid growth.
The shortening of the name of Tipp City was a decision made by the US Postal Service in the 1930s to resolve a conflict between the other city that is still named Tippecanoe Ohio today. The high school still retains the full name of Tippecanoe High School, however. The building of major roadways including US Route 25 and Interstate 75 brought even more people into the area throughout the 20th century. Today it is a major bedroom community of the larger city of Dayton Ohio.
Today Tipp City is one of the Premier dining and shopping destinations of Ohio and the greater Dayton area. The historic downtown area of Tipp City is one of the most charming and fun places to take a stroll and drink in its friendly atmosphere and unique stores. Tipp City was recently voted one of the five best hometowns in Ohio.
Tipp City Real Estate
There's a wide variety of properties available in Tipp City including both multifamily and single-family properties. Tipp City has a large number of single-family properties and they come in a wide range of sizes and styles as well as ages and price points. You can find a sweet little starter home with a ton of curb appeal for around $200,000. You can also find large estate homes in the upper 600,000 range. Sitting in the middle is a mix of older homes as well as brand-new construction. There really is something for everyone in this notably friendly mid-western town just 15 minutes north of Dayton.
If the town of Tipp City sounds like the Dayton suburb you are interested in settling into we can help you find the perfect home. You can start your Tipp City home search by browsing the included available listings above on this page. Please contact us with more questions or to set up a private showing. We are also happy to start a custom home search of Tipp City homes. We are highly knowledgeable in all Dayton area real estate and are here to help you have as stress-free of a home-buying process as possible,