Founded in 1796, Centerville, Ohio has become witness to numerous events that shaped the nation’s history. Centuries later, this city of approximately 24,000 residents continues to flourish and attract visitors and settlers from all over. Choosing to move up and move into this locality does have its advantages.
A City with Timeless Charm
Included in the National Register of Historic Places, Centerville is known as the only city in Ohio with the most number of early stone houses. Dozens of these age-old buildings have been restored and preserved by the city’s council, allowing current generations to appreciate their timeless beauty. Situated within an old stone house built in the 1800’s is the Aaron Nutt Resource Center, a local museum with information on all the notable homes and people who have lived in town over the past centuries.
As part of the Greater Dayton area, Centerville is also very near to the home of modern aviation, and tourists can visit the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force located in Dayton. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2kBxxQU