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Shiloh Near Dayton Ohio
Shiloh is a census-designated place of Montgomery County Ohio located within the boundaries of Harrison Township and considered a suburb of the city of Dayton. Shiloh is a straight shot north of Dayton and offers a quieter atmosphere as compared to living right inside the city. The population of Shiloh is just over 11,000 according to the last census information.
Surrounding neighborhoods of Shiloh include Winding Ridge, Shiloh Proper, Mumma Estates, Algoma Street, and Trotwood on the west. Neighborhoods to the north include Stillwater, Englewood, and Stillwater Woods. Neighborhoods on the east include North Ridge Estates, Imperial Hills, and Ventura Drive. Neighborhoods on the South include Fort McKinley, Robinhill Court, and North Catalpa Woods.
The median household income in Shiloh is $35,489. The median home price in Shiloh is $55,677 and the average rental fee is $1,303.
History of Shiloh
The Shiloh neighborhood is named for the community church that is located within the neighborhood. This church has been long-standing for nearly 2 centuries in Dayton Ohio. The history of the church dates back to 1853. The first name for the church was just Shiloh and then it changed to Shiloh Springs to help keep it separate from the Shiloh church in Miami County. The church had both a church building and a cemetery next to the building. The very first days of the church began in a log school house that was just south of the present school building district number one in Harrison Township.
The church had since purchased its own property and planned to build a new building but the date and flood pushed back their plans. In 1914 the new church was completed. After being in the new building the church grew to be a prominent fixture in the Shilo area and the Shiloh neighborhood was also named for the surrounding territory around the church. For detailed records of Shiloh church history you can look at the Genealogical Society website or check out the archives in the History Room of the Dayton Metro Library on E. 3rd St.
Real Estate in Shiloh
Shiloh is mostly made up of smaller residential homes around 1,000 to 1,500 square feet. There are some properties larger and smaller than this in the area. Homes are great starter homes and rental properties. Many of these cute smaller single-family properties offer larger yards on quiet streets making them ideal for young families to enjoy their own space outdoors. Some homes can be found at cheaper price points and are waiting for some extra care to breathe some life back into them and make them into great lower-maintenance properties. Some homes have been nicely kept up and are ready to move into right away. This is a great area for anyone looking for a quiet corner of Dayton but does not want a huge home to take care of.
Finding A Home in Shiloh
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