Rich History and Abundant Recreation
Troy is a unique town in Miami County. It is home to rich local history, and is the center of the state's strawberry production. Homes here are beautiful, neighbors are friendly and make up an inclusive community, and there's always something fun happening. The heart of Troy is "The Square." This downtown area was laid out in 1807, and features Victorian-era architecture, with a number of buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Take a 90-minute self-guided walking tour serves to explore the area and learn about the town's history. This area is where you'll find the annual Festival of Nations, a unique celebration where the town's residents gather to share the foods, arts, crafts, music, storytelling traditions, and dances particular to their diverse cultures.
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Why Should You Choose Troy?
History and Culture
At the center of Ohio's strawberry production, Troy celebrates each June with the Troy Strawberry Festival, featuring a parade, food, entertainment, and of course, succulent strawberry treats. Other historic attractions include the Museum of Troy History, housed in a restored pre-Civil War era home, and the Overfield Tavern Museum, housed in an 1808 log building that once served as an inn, courthouse, church and school.
Parks & Recreation
The Brukner Nature Center offers miles of hiking trails, educational programs, a wildlife rehabilitation center, an interpretive center, and an 1804 log home. Parks within Troy are spacious, green, and full of fun things to do. The WACO Aviation Learning Center interprets the rich history of Troy through historic exhibits and learning programs focused on aviation. From expansive nature trails to playgrounds and athletic courts, there's always something fun to explore in Troy.
Explore Life in Troy
Favorite Local Attractions
Parks, museums, golf courses, and stadiums make Troy an excellent place for entertainment and fun. On a hot summer day, cool off at the Troy Aquatic Park. If you're interested in learning more about the town's fascinating history, head over to the Museum of Troy History.
Population (2016): 25,700
Zip Code: 45373
Median Home Value (2011-2015): $127,900
School District: Troy City Schools
Troy Real Estate
Interested in moving to this gorgeous community full of exciting outdoor activities and rich history? Contact the Kathy Henne Team today and let's get started! As your Troy and Miami County expert, I'm committed to helping you achieve your real estate goals.