Here is a little bit about a historic distric in Hamilton that I am proud to own investment properties in.
About Dayton Lane Historic Area
The Dayton Lane Historic District, more commonly known as Dayton Lane, consists of 210 structures built during the last quarter of the nineteenth century and first quarter of the twentieth century when it was home to Hamilton's prominent industrialists. The houses in the district represent the rich variety of architectural styles popular at the district's height, including Queen Anne, Italianate, Second Empire, and Georgian Revival. Campbell Avenue was named after Lewis D. Campbell, a major landowner who donated a parcel of land to the city of Hamilton fo use as Campbell Avenue Park.
The Dayton Lane Historic District is a wonderfully restored and maintained neighborhood of Hamilton, Ohio showcasing some of the region's most glorious Victorian architecture. Dayton Lane Historic District is situated in one of the oldest areas of Hamilton, Ohio. This beautifully restored Victorian neighborhood is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Key Historic Individuals:
William Beckett, Major John f. Bender, Christian Benninghofen, Lewis D. Campbell, Linus P. Clawson, Charles Diefenbach, Charles Eisel,
Auguste Fischer, James Fitton, Daniel Hensley, Alfred Hill, William Hoel, James Imlay, John McKeee, Robert McKinney, George Adam Rentschler
John Schweizer, William Shuler, Henry Sohn, William Stumph, George Tangeman, Leopold Wolfe, J.E.Wright, Charles H. Zwick