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Profile of St. Anne's Hill
Historic District

stannesinfall.jpg (17339 bytes)   Welcome to the neighborhood!

   The neighborhood of St. Anne's Hill is a historic community within the City of Dayton, located one mile east of the Downtown area, just beyond the Oregon District. Our community is home to residents, businesses, and Stivers School for the Arts. It is bounded by Route 35 on the south, Keowee Street to the west, Fourth Street on the north and McClure Street to the east.

   St. Anne's Hill includes 350 housing units, approximately 65% of which are single family, detached homes. Over 55% of the housing units are owner occupied which is a significant increase from 1974 when the neighborhood was designated a Historic District. Significant improvement to the housing stock and neighborhood infrastructure, with a focus on historic preservation, has resulted in continued increases in property values. The demand for historically restored homes remains strong.

   The residents of St. Anne's Hill are a culturally and ethnically diverse mix of professionals, trades people and retired individuals. A good generational mix also exists with a population that ranges from young families to senior citizens, with an average age of 36 according to the 2010 U.S. Census.

Click here to read a profile from the Dayton City Paper.

The St. Anne's Hill neighborhood relies on the efforts of the volunteers in St. Anne's Hill Historic Society, its residents and the community to ensure its continued success and growth.  The St. Anne's Hill Historic Society is a tax exempt, non-profit 501(c)3 organization.  

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