- New price 12/8/2017
7757 Brams HillDayton, OH 45459
7757 Brams Hill
Dayton, OH 45459
7757 Brams Hill
Dayton, OH 45459
Easy living in Centerville! This 2bed/2bath condo is sure to impress right when you step into the landscaped garden, welcoming you to your new home! Vaulted ceiling and large, open concept great room greets you as you walk through the door. Many upgrades have been made to this one level condo, making it turn key ready for its next owner. New carpet throughout, brand new stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and fresh paint in every room. Both bedrooms are large with roomy closets and paddle fans with the master suite including a full bathroom. Walking out back to the patio, you will sense the quiet and privacy this home has to offer with its large green space. Large, two car garage offers loads of storage with its attic space and its own private entrance from courtyard. 1 Year home warranty included! Nestled in a Centerville neighborhood but also close to shopping, restaurants and major highways, this home will surely please!
|Bedroom 1:||13 x 12 (Level: First)|
|Bedroom 2:||13 x 10 (Level: First)|
|Dining Room:||12 x 13 (Level: First)|
|Entry:||9 x 5 (Level: First)|
|Kitchen:||9 x 6 (Level: First)|
|Living Room:||18 x 13 (Level: First)|
|Appliances:||Dishwasher, Range, Refrigerator|
|Cooling:||Heat Pump Cooling|
|Heating:||Forced Air Heat, Heat Pump|
|School district:||Centerville City SD|
|Income Per Capita:||$66,737|
|Pop Density Sq.Mi.:||1,889|
|Temp Jan (avg):||28.9|
|Temp July (avg):||74.2|
|Air pollution index:||211|
|High school degree:||4,847|
|Households w/ children:||2,906|
|Net Worth (average):||$551,644|
|Income Median 0-25:||$28,878|
|Income Median 25-44:||$54,783|
|Income Median 45-64:||$82,725|
|Income Median 65+:||$59,529|
|Mortgage Debt Median:||$97,295|
|Home Equity Median:||$220,376|
|Work Travel (median):||46 min|
|Dwelling Median Age:||25|
|Airport(major):||James M Cox Dayton International|
Downtown Dayton has set about revitalizing itself by adding different amenities such as Schuster Center for the Performing Arts; Fifth Third Field – home of the Dayton Dragons; Riverscape – a beautifully landscaped performing venue; as well as a pedestrian and bike friendly starting point that leads to hundreds of miles of bike paths and trails. Additionally, lots of housing has been added such as townhouses, lofts and rental options. If urban is your interest, downtown Dayton is where its at with restaurants, entertainment, brew pubs, banks and other retail options – and all within walking distance. More than 300 performances occur in downtown Dayton every year.
Downtown Dayton has a wide variety of housing including market-rate apartments, condos, lofts and traditional townhouses. And there is more coming. From converted buildings to newly constructed condominiums, there is a wide variety of housing options. Currently there are over 2,000 people living in the urban core of Downtown Dayton, and more options are on the drawing board. Additionally, there are eight historic districts located along the edge of the city.
RTA runs a full-service public trolley and diesel bus service throughout the area with it hub is located downtown. A major multiyear reworking of I-75 through downtown Dayton has just about been completed. I-75 takes one quickly to all the suburban areas of Dayton. Cincinnati and Columbus are only an hour away by highway. Dayton International Airport has hundreds of flights and connections and has been recently refurbished. Dayton has a regional reputation for low competitive fares. Dayton has invested heavily in rebuilding of roads, sidewalks and bridges throughout the city, but especially in the downtown area. For those who enjoy cycling, Link, a bike-share program, is available or ride your personal bike via many city bike lanes.
Highly rated Miami Valley Hospital and related Premier Health are located at the edge of downtown Dayton, offering a full range of services. Grandview Hospital is just a short distance to the north with its wide range of hospital and healthcare services. Southview and Children’s Hospitals also serve the region.
Downtown Dayton has had in influx of new restaurants and shops literally “pop up” over the last several years. It has sponsored a “pop up” shop program that overs favorable retail spaces to prospective retail entrepreneurs. This has led to a variety of different shops to open up. A number of these shops have continued with permanent leases. Downtown Dayton features the Second Street Public Market which carries fresh produce, wines, pottery and craft items. Mendelson’s Liquidation Outlet offers everything from used industrial parts to furniture, clothes and other surplus goods. The downtown area has many art shops, a jewelry store, small convenience store, a wine gallery as well as a drug store. It is a 15-minute drive to the Dayton Mall which offers JC Penney, Macy’s, Elder Beerman and Sears along with many national brand stores. The Greene is located 20 minutes away in Beavercreek with over 75 fine retail stores including the Apple store and Nordstrom’s Rack.
The Oregon District on Fifth Street is a popular destination with a combination of restaurants, bars and shops. The area has features popular brew pubs and a micro distiller to the mix. The downtown main library has completed its $50 million plus rebuild and now offers a striking architectural exterior as well as media-innovative facility unlike anything else in Southern Ohio. Those interested in the arts attend the Dayton Opera, Dayton has a state-of-the art performance center (Schuster Center), historic Victoria Theatre where many musical, theater and Broadway shows are presented. Dayton also features its own Philharmonic orchestra, opera and ballet.