7335 Montvale CtClearcreek Township, OH 45068
Tired of compromising? Stately, spacious, and still close to everything, this Ellis two story brick custom has it all and sits tucked on 1.25 acres of quiet, cul-de-sac refuge. Instantly warm and homey inside, the almost 4800 sqft interior melts into an incredible blend of style and function, and with five bedrooms spread across three floors, including a 1st floor master suite, there’s just the right amount of privacy. The first floor, open and bright, weaves past a front sitting area/din rm, into the main living area and continues to the huge kitchen and breakfast room. Downstairs, the walkout basement barely feels like a basement, and with multiple living areas could be utilized any number of different ways. The massive, private backyard is bordered by trees along it’s rear and gently rolls from the house down to the flagstone lined creek and flat fire pit area, the perfect spot for unwinding on a summer evening. For a virtual walking tour, visit: bit.ly/7335MontvaleCt
Springboro was settled around 1796 and later founded as "Springborough" in 1815. The name "Springboro" comes from the number of springs found in the region which served the mills in the area. Predominantly a Quaker area, Springboro was an important stop on the Underground Railroad and was the first city to erect an Ohio Underground Railroad Historic Marker.
The city is committed to offering safe biking lanes throughout the neighborhoods, business areas and parks with its Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan.
Springboro’s Historical Museum offers a chance to explore the rich history of the area. The Wright B Flyer Museum is a great place to learn about aviation.
For those who enjoy entertainment, the La Comedia Dinner Theater combines dining and Broadway-style entertainment.
Springboro hosts an annual three-day Christmas in Historic Springboro Festival every year and is a great way to start the holiday season.
7335 Montvale Ct
Clearcreek Township, OH 45068