1452 S Wittenberg Ave Springfield -
BRAND NEW SENIOR COMMUNITY!!!!
Locate in downtown Springfield

1452 S Wittenberg Ave Springfield

1452 S Wittenberg Ave, Springfield, OH 45506

1.1 Miles - Walk Score: 31

BRAND NEW SENIOR COMMUNITY!!!! Locate in downtown Springfield. For those 55 of better!! Large spacious 1 and 2 bedroom apts ready for...

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2 Bedroom2 Bathroom937 sq. ft $ 470
1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment for rent $400.00 -

1 bedroom, 1 bath apartment for rent $400.00

1504 Mound St, Springfield, OH 45505

1.2 Miles - Walk Score: 60

http://hotpads.com/rentals/1504-1-2-Mound-Street-3-Springfield-OH-4550... - 1 day ago

1 Bedroom1 Bathroom $ 400
Big,2story, single family, 3bed/2 full bath, op... - This nice ,  spacious  (1900 sq

Big,2story, single family, 3bed/2 full bath, op...

231 N Florence St, Springfield, OH 45503

1.2 Miles - Walk Score: 47

This nice , spacious (1900 sq.f) , remodelled house has a lot to offer :- big living room with ceiling fan and ceramic tile...

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3 Bedroom2 Bathroom1,900 sq. ft $ 850
1 BEDROOM - 1 bedroom
Double
Dogs are not permitted, cats are OK with extra deposit and monthly fee
Lawn care is included

1 BEDROOM

113 Wilson Ave, Springfield, OH 45505

1.4 Miles - Walk Score: 48

1 bedroom Double Dogs are not permitted, cats are OK with extra deposit and monthly fee Lawn care is included

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1 Bedroom1 Bathroom966 sq. ft $ 350
1315 Vester Ave UNIT108, Springfield -

1315 Vester Ave UNIT108, Springfield

1315 S Western Ave, Springfield, OH 45506

1.4 Miles - Walk Score: 12

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2 Bedroom1 Bathroom936 sq. ft $ 515
1789 Woodward , Springfield - 4 Bedrooms, Possible 5th

1789 Woodward , Springfield

1789 Woodward Ave, Springfield, OH 45506

1.4 Miles - Walk Score: 65

4 Bedrooms, Possible 5th. Single house. Pets okay with non-refundable deposit and monthly fee. Section 8 okay.

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4 Bedroom1 Bathroom1,578 sq. ft $ 675
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Dayton is the 6th largest city in Ohio and the county seat of Montgomery County. In populous, Dayton is ranked 5th. According to the 2010 Census, Dayton has 141,527 residents. Dayton is known for defense, aerospace, and aviation; particularly with the Wright Brothers. In 2010 Bloomberg Businessweek ranked Dayton as one of the best places in the United States for college graduates to find a job.

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Steele's Hill Grafton Hill Historic District is a sector that is approximately 18 blocks in size. The Grafton Hill neighborhood consists of a diverse mix of residents representing a wide range of socioeconomic backgrounds, and the residential and business districts reflects the community's diversity. The housing stock has various architectural details including homes reminiscent of Queen Anne, Classical Revival, Craftsman, and Victorian styles. There are single family homes as well as apartment complexes in the neighborhood. Grafton Hill has a good school system for the youth in the community.

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Old Dayton View is a longstanding community in the Dayton area. In 1984, Dayton View is recognized as a historical district. Dayton View is home to elaborate designed homes with grand staircases, porches and carriage houses. The neighborhood is known for its cultural institutions, as well as the prominent synagogues, churches, and temples. Today, Dayton View is also well known for its array of socioeconomic and cultural diversity.

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Dunbar Historic Park District is a district that is nationally recognized. Most significantly Dunbar Historic Park District is famous for being the home of Paul Laurence Dunbar. This district has also been known for housing many ethnic groups such as African Americans, Hungarians, and Romanians. The Wright-Dunbar area has a history of being known for its commercial and cultural area. The neighborhood gained popularity in Dayton, and places like the "Palace Theatre" became increasingly popular well known in the area. Today the neighborhood retains a number of its historical and traditional qualities. The neighborhood remains economically and culturally diverse.

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McPherson Town Historic District contains less than 100 buildings total in the district. Although a number of apartments and condominiums had been developed in the area, the 70's saw a resurgence of restoration to old homes. New construction continues to be developed to fill in areas that were previously devastated by a city wide fire. There are great schools in this historic community for the families in the area to take advantage of. McPherson continues to be a vital community in the Dayton area.

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