Come home with this Brand New Home for 2022! You’ll love the first floor Owner’s Suite with large walk in closet. Entertain in Style with a true open concept and huge 7 ½ ft kitchen island and large corner walk in pantry. You’ll be stunned walking upstairs to the enormous loft, and 3 more bedrooms. Hang out on your large front porch, or spend some time in your freshly sodded new large back yard.
In 1840 John Clark founded Tippecanoe City on the banks of the thriving Miami-Erie Canal, taking the name from William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign slogan, Tippecanoe and Tyler Too! The name was shortened years later to Tipp City.
Concentrating on Tipp City and Monroe Township, Tippecanoe-Monroe-Bethel Historical Museum and its research archives illustrate the change and growth of the community. The museum is located a short distance from the Tippecanoe National Register Historical District. Begun in 1958 to showcase fields of mums growing on the edge of town, the Tipp City Mum Festival is Miami County’s oldest festival.
Canoeing is a summer time pleasure for residents, as well as challenging themselves on one of five local golf courses. The busy city park and pool are popular. Charleston Falls Preserve’s 169 natural acres feature boardwalks, a waterfall, hiking trails, limestone cave and an observation tower.
There are several parks in Tipp City to enjoy. The City Park has a roundhouse, 3 shelters, football/soccer fields, playground areas and the Tippecanoe Family Aquatic Center. Kyle Park has 280 acres and is near South First Street. The Canal Lock Park is in downtown Tipp City on E. Main Street and has a bike path, benches and picnic tables. At the north end of the city is the Nature Center with a scenic river overlook, ponds, walking//biking path. The Veterans Memorial Park is a monument tribute with a gazebo.
The Canal Music Fest is an annual and popular event.
5418 Windbrooke Dr
Tipp City, OH 45371