Springfield, Ohio was founded in 1801. Located in Southwestern Ohio and is situated on the Mad River, Buck Creek and Beavercreek waterways. Springfield is approximately 45 miles west of Columbus and 25 miles Northeast of Dayton. Springfield traces its early growth to the pathway of the National Road.
Springfield is known as the “Champion City”, a reference to the Champion Farm Equipment brand manufactured by Warder, Bushnell and Glessner Company, which later absorbed into International Harvester in 1902. This company remains in Springfield today, known as Navistar International, a producer of medium to large trucks.
Springfield is the founding home of “4-H Club” established by A. B. Graham. The first "projects" educating young boys and girls about food preservation, gardening and agriculture quickly grew into a nationwide organization which still exists today.
Springfield is home to Wittenberg University, a liberal arts college, as well as Clark State Community College.
Today Springfield offers premium living with affordability. You can choose from homes with historic architecture detail or modern designs all placed in walkable neighborhoods. Springfield is a small town atmosphere with BIG city amenities. You can enjoy a historic downtown with nearby nature parks placed along a river view to a thoroughfare filled with shopping, restaurants and MORE!
Make Springfield your destination HOME TODAY!