Englewood is located at the intersection of I-70 and I-75, two of the nation's most traveled highways.
A rapidly developing and progressive city still holding onto its small town charm, Englewood is approximately 15 miles northwest of downtown Dayton in Montgomery County. The community may be growing and expanding with new developments, but the 14,000 residents are determined to retain the atmosphere many have moved to this area to pursue. No matter what your lifestyle or tastes, Englewood offers a variety of housing to meet your needs from new home construction in several areas of the city, to beautiful seasoned older neighborhoods with mature trees and landscaping. Charming ranches, Tudors, bi-levels, and country farm homes offer a wide range of choices.
Englewood straddles I-70, five minutes from I-75. The Dayton International Airport is four miles from Englewood. RTA provides public bus transportation in the Northmont community.
Good Samaritan Hospital and Samaritan North Health Center in nearby Englewood provide accessible health care services. The Northmont Medical Center is available 7 days a week, no appointment necessary.
Local merchants provide general merchandise and services conveniently located for residents.
Outdoor recreation is an integral part of the Englewood community. The city maintains nine parks, including Jake Grossnickle Memorial Park and Centennial Municipal Park with its popular water play feature. Englewood MetroPark offers over 2000 acres of hiking, fishing, picnicking and horseback riding in a lush nature preserve. Tennis courts, volleyball courts and soccer/baseball fields are busy around the clock in this active community. The Earl Heck Community Center offers year round aerobics classes, senior get-togethers and social services.