Located in southwestern Ohio, Springboro is a great place to call home. The city was ranked No. 42 on CNN/Money's 2011 list of America's Best Small Towns for its original architecture, preserved historic district, and lush farmland surroundings. Springboro has approximately 18,000 residents who enjoy the small-town nature of a community with traditional Midwestern comforts. Search for Springboro apartments for rent, and find a new home in the heart of the Great Lakes region.
Springboro was founded in 1815 by a Quaker named Jonathan Wright, and named after the number of underground springs in the area. Springboro was one of the most important cities on the Underground Railroad, and was home to more safe houses than any other place in Ohio.
Today, Springboro is a thriving suburb with close proximity to Cincinnati and Dayton. The family-friendly city has strong historic ties, a great public school system, beautiful surroundings and easy access to some of Ohio's larger cities. Local authorities work hard to enhance the city's business environment, allowing small businesses to thrive with community support. Residents can live in Springboro apartments to take advantage of the city's low living expenses. Springboro's cost of living index is 89.1, which is much lower than the United States average.
The La Comedia Dinner Theatre is one of Springboro's largest attractions, and invites patrons to enjoy a taste of Broadway and fine dining. The venue has provided one of southwest Ohio's premier entertainment experiences for more than 30 years with classic Broadway shows and revues. The Windmill Farm Market promotes a creative, exciting atmosphere with traditional Fall attractions. Springboro also hosts many events throughout the year, including the Spooktacular Hayride, Christmas in Historic Springboro Festival, and Spring Into Summer in the 'Boro Festival.
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