Get To Know Bellbrook OH Before Your Relocation

Bellbrook (population 7,008) is a small, quiet town with a lot to offer families in Greene County.  It is located east of Centerville and south of Kettering and Beavercreek OH.

Bellbrook’s schools are part of the Sugarcreek School District.  There are 2,649 students, with a student/teacher ratio of 19.4:1.  $3,547 is spent per pupil.  And the results are showing.  In the 2002-2003 school year, Sugarcreek schools got an Excellent rating from the State of Ohio.

Bellbrook Ohio – A Residential Community With A Hometown Feel

Locally owned establishments.  There are no chain restaurants in Bellbrook (although they can be accessed quickly in nearby Kettering — just 5 minutes away).  Each establishment is locally owned and operated — giving Bellbrook the small town atmosphere that so many people seek.

The Bellbrook Housing Market

Housing Market.  Bellbrook is an older, established community with a diverse housing market.  New home construction started in 1979 and continues to today.

Typical homes for sale in Bellbrook range in price from older starter homes as $100,000 – $150,000 to luxury homes up to $500,000.

New construction in Bellbrook is available from approximately $200,000 and up to over $500,000 for unique luxury homes.  Older ranch-style starter homes are also available from $115,000 and up.

The median household income in Bellbrook is $62,794, the median household value is $131,200, and the median resident age is 37.3 years.  More Bellbrook Ohio statistics.

Bellbrook Ohio – Things To Do

Bellbrook is home to a canoe livery on the Little Miami River — a national and state scenic river.  Great blue herons and other wildlife are frequently seen on such trips.

Hiking. Nearby, the Sugarcreek Reserve, a part of Sugarcreek Metro Park, has miles of wonderful trails through mature woods and prairies and across babbling brooks.  Deer are frequently seen as well as other diverse wildlife.

Horseback Riding.  Nearby sugarcreek Riding Center offers guided trail rides and hayrides.

Bellbrook is truly a community where one can slow down and experience what it means to live in a hometown.