Relocating to WAYNESVILLE OHIO? —
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Get to Know to Waynesville Before Your Relocation
The crush of development in Warren County has done little to change the
idyllic surroundings which attracted Quaker settlers in 1797 to the
area now known as Waynesville -- situated on a hill overlooking the
Little Miami River Valley.
Waynesville is a charming community at the intersection of US 42
and State Route 73, less than twenty miles south of Dayton and roughly
thirty-five miles north of Cincinnati.
Nancy has put together some highlights to familiarize you with what
Waynesville has to offer so you can start looking forward to your
Waynesville Ohio - A Lifestyle Preserved
Historic Downtown. The "Old Main Street" historic
district -- five blocks of charming and historic buildings, brick
sidewalks, copper street lamps, flower boxes and benches for resting
and people-watching -- will take you back to the days when people "went
to shop, visit and just enjoy the day.
Thanks in part to the efforts of the local Historic Preservation
Board, growth is balanced and the village's rich historic
charm is preserved.
Antiques Capital of the Midwest. With over
70 antique shops and art galleries, an ever-changing inventory will
thrill and delight you as you find antiques and collectables of every
kind in Waynesville.
Waynesville Schools. The local school district, Wayne
Local Schools, was recently rated "excellent" by the Ohio Department
of Education, and students continue to perform well, in
and out of the classom. High school athletes are regular
participants in regional and state tournaments.
Creek State Park is only 5 minutes from Waynesville on St. Rt. 73. It
is a beautiful man-made lake with no development on the shoreline,
so you really feel like you are away from it all as you enjoy boating,
fishing, hunting, swimming or hiking.
Population. In 2005, the population of Waynesville
was estimated at 2,980. A small town by anyone's standards,
its small size is one of its many attractive features -- allowing
it to offer residents the benefits that come with small town living.
Median resident age: 36.4 years
Median household income: $50,202 (year 2000)
Median house value: $127,600 (year 2000)
Waynesville Ohio census data
Easy Commute. Even though Waynesville is in
the country, it has excellent access to major highways to get you
anywhere you want to go -- fast, with no traffic jams.
Other Resources. Learn more
about Waynesville Ohio or visit the Waynesville
Chamber of Commerce.
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