It’s our pleasure to provide you with an outlook on the Bellbrook, OH real estate market & information on the types of homes for sale Bellbrook OH has to offer. Initially founded as a village within Sugarcreek Township, Bellbrook annexed in 1970 and was officially classified as a city in 1974. Since then, the area has continued to grow in size and popularity. In fact, the Bellbrook real estate market remains one of the most popular and sought-after markets in the area. As an added benefit to residents, it remains one of the only cities in Ohio without a local income tax.

You’re sure to notice the large lot sizes and quality-built homes when searching the area’s homes for sale. Bellbrook, OH prides itself on community and quality. While you’ll find plenty of Ranch and two-story homes at attractive prices, you’ll also find luxurious estates in a variety of architectural styles, from Colonial to French Country Chateaus. You can also find Bellbrook, OH properties with fenced-in pastures for horses, private walking trails, built-in wine cellars and personal gyms.



Bellbrook residents share a school system with nearby Sugarcreek Township. Grades Kindergarten through grade 2 utilize Stephen Bell Elementary, while grades 3 through 5 use Bell Creek Intermediate. Bellbrook Middle School services grades 6 through 8 and Bellbrook High School takes students from grade 9 through grade 12. The closest colleges include University of Dayton and Kettering College of Medical Arts, although Bellbrook residents can also easily commute to a variety of other nearby colleges, such as Cedarville University and Miami University Middletown.



Recreation in Bellbrook, OH revolves around the city’s small-town charm. Residents enjoy meeting for brunch at the local Blueberry Café and ending summer nights at the Dairy Shed for soft-serve ice cream. Every year, the city hosts the Sugar Maple Festival, which attracts visitors from several nearby cities and features a parade, a 5K run, a dog show, activities for kids and several fun contests. History buffs will enjoy the Bellbrook Historical Museum, while outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the many outdoor parks and polo grounds. Regardless of your personal interests, you’re sure to find an activity you enjoy while searching the homes for sale in Bellbrook, OH.



Major highway I-675 sits just between Bellbrook and Sugarcreek Township, offering residents a convenient commute to nearby major cities, including Dayton, Cincinnati and Columbus. This highway also connects with I-75 and I-70, so you can get to virtually any destination with relative ease. Although public transportation isn’t widely used in Bellbrook, the Dayton RTA is available to help residents commute around town and to neighboring cities.



If you are relocating or planing a move to Bellbrook Ohio, you’ll want to research surrounding cities to give yourself a better idea of where you would like to live. Here you will find a list of cities within a 20 – 30 minute drive from Bellbrook, OH.



We understand that buying a home can be a bit overwhelming – so we would love to help to make the process easier for you! Our local Bellbrook OH real estate agents can help you search through the area’s many homes for sale. Bellbrook, OH continues to charm us with its quaint, small-town vibe and we think you’ll be just as captivated. If you think one of Bellbrook’s low-key single family homes might be a perfect match for your family, we’d love to show you around. If a luxury estate is more your style and you’d like to schedule a showing or get more detailed information about a specific property, please feel free to contact us. You can reach us at (937) 490-9743 or e-mail us at