Tag Archives: Housing

Theresa Gasper Honored as Community Leader

25 Oct

Theresa Gasper, activist, developer, friend to so many in South Park is officially a Top Ten Woman! For 48 years,  The Dayton Daily News has recognized ten female outstanding community leaders who have made a significant impact on life in the Miami Valley.  Has Theresa made a “significant impact”? Neighbors in Historic South Park say, “Has she […]

Free Landlord Tenant Training: Nov. 17

20 Oct

Block by block, there are so many wonderful, involved neighbors living in Historic South Park it’s amazing. That’s why we love it. But there are still rental properties whose absent owners rent to individuals without doing a background check or keeping an eye on their property. The perfect situation for someone with a criminal background […]

South Park Boasts Another Dayton Original

21 Aug

Historic South Park counts itself lucky to have so many wonderful volunteers among its residents. And to find itself in a City where the level of service is high–even the local schools nuture a culture of community involvement. And those neighbors who step forward to take a leadership role (which often comes with extra challenges) […]

321 Wyoming Demolished for Safety

03 May

It’s always sad to see a once-proud home lost to neglect and greed. You’ve probably noticed the demolition in the 300 block of Wyoming Avenue. The two-story turreted house was purchased by The Home Group three years ago in hope of renovation, but in the end was unsalvageable. Like many fine old homes during hard economic […]

Rebuilding Together Dayton Rehabs a Morton House

26 Apr

Rebuilding Together Dayton, April 24, 2010 from DABR on Vimeo. If you think the folks in the suburbs don’t care for downtowners, take note. The volunteers who donate their labor to Rebuilding Together Dayton are largely from outside the Dayton city limits. Our hats are off to them! Thank you to the volunteers who gave up a Saturday on April […]

The Sarah Taylor House – 3 Bradford Street

25 Feb
Taylor House

  Full Circle Development Designers: Randy Luken / Luken Interiors Winnie Cleavenger / Winteriors Approximately 2,300 Square Feet 3 Bedrooms 2 1/2 Baths Offering Price: $ 209,900 — SOLD Click Here for More Photos (new window) History: The Perrine heirs (see 208 Bonner) usually sold lots undeveloped. Louisa Perrine and husband Edward Barney built this […]

The Sarah and Jacob Hawker House – 655 Oak Street

25 Feb
Hawker House

  The Home Group LLC Designers: David Fair/David Fair Interiors Artfacts Approximately 1,500 Square Feet Two Bedrooms One Bath Downstairs (Additional Bath Upstairs Installed Per Buyer’s Choice of Design – n/c) Offering Price: $139,900 Click Here for More Photos (new window) History: Nathan Mory acquired east Oak Street from Frederick Meier to settle a lawsuit […]

The George Steimle House – 623 Oak Street

25 Feb
Steimle House

  Full Circle Development Designers: Centerville Design Associates Approximately 1,000 Square Feet One Bedroom One Bath Two Car Garage Offering Price: $135,000 – SOLD Click Here for More Photos (new window) History: Samuel Brown, of the family for whom Brown Street was named, platted this corner of Oak and Clover Streets in 1868. Hiram Williams […]

The Clement Baumann House – 624 Oak Street

25 Feb

  Full Circle Development Designer: TBD Approximately 900 Square Feet One Bedroom One Bath Offering Price: $ 104,900 History: In 1885 Clement L. Baumann, an attorney and former mayor of Dayton, purchased this lot as an investment, and three years later built this brick cottage. Though a successful lawyer, Baumann was apparently a difficult man; […]