Our Beautiful Communities 

Every community brings a different flavor to Northwest Ohio! Enjoy our various lifestyles and choose the one that feels like home. 

Perrysburg is located on the southern shore of the Maumee River, just south of the city of Toledo. A beautiful area of progress and history, where quaint homes overlook sparkling blue waters, Perrysburg isn’t just a place to visit – it’s a place to call home! Neighborhoods range from registered historical homes all the way to new construction (which is booming in Perrysburg!). Prices range from under $100K to over $2 million. The historic downtown business district is easily accessible from Perrysburg and surrounding communities and it is home to the Perrysburg Farmers Market every Thursday evening in the summer. Close by is Fort Meigs, a fully restored fort which played a vital role in America’s defense during the War of 1812. Levis Commons is a newer popular shopping area (outdoor mall) located on Rt 25 (Dixie Highway), directly off I-475. Perrysburg Schools have consistently maintained superior academic standards earning them a place among the finest school systems in Ohio. Perrysburg is home to a multitude of churches & places of worship. The Diocese of Toledo’s newest Catholic church is located in Perrysburg, St. John XXIII.

Maumee is one of the largest business centers in Northwest Ohio, combining the strengths of its historic commercial district with Arrowhead Business Park to provide over 30,000 jobs. Prestigious subdivisions, such as Stillwater, Wrenwood, Homestead & The Quarry, attract many relocating families to our area. In Maumee, homes range in price from $80,000 – $2.5 million. Many of the homes and buildings of the early entrepreneurs remain unchanged and still grace the tree-lined streets of the architectural districts. A great place to live, work and play! Enjoy browsing the City of Maumee and the Maumee Schools Web sites. Some sections of Maumee, west of I-475, attend Anthony Wayne Schools.

Monclova is a hotbed for new construction – ranging in prices from $250,000 – $3 million. Land in new subdivisions, as well as rural land, is available for building your dream home. Monclova has become popular to families because of its close proximity to necessities as well as recreation. Existing homes sales have been steady despite the new construction wave. Monclova lies on the northern shore of the Maumee River, adjacent to Maumee, on the outskirts of Toledo. The Maumee River, and later, the Miami-Erie Canal which ran along side the river, was of great importance to the settlement of the area. Monclova is also the site of the “Battle of Fallen Timbers” fought by General “Mad Anthony” Wayne against the Indians in 1794 for control of the area. Monclova Primary School is part of the award winning Anthony Wayne Schools.

New construction is everywhere in Whitehouse! Existing home sales are soaring as well. This beautiful rural community is the home of Oak Openings Metro Parks, the Annual Cherry Fest, and the renowned Butterfly House. Whitehouse is the residence to a variety of community churches including Community of Christ Lutheran ChurchHope United Methodist Church and Zion United Methodist Church, and restaurants including The Whitehouse Inn. Whitehouse is the home to the award winning Anthony Wayne Schools.

Waterville is a scenic community located on the banks of the Maumee River. Although the village is growing by leaps and bounds, Waterville still maintains its small town feeling. Waterville offers a wide variety of neighborhoods, from historic settings on River Road to the contemporary developments on Waterville-Monclova Road. Waterville residents take pride in the village’s historic background; the entire community gathers once a year to celebrate its founders. Residents can enjoy the safety of a small community, with easy accessibility to larger cities like Maumee and Toledo. Waterville is home to all types of restaurants and eateries. Whether you are in the mood for Chinese, burgers, or a pizza, you won’t have to go far to satisfy your craving. Smedlaps Restaurant, located downtown, offers diners a taste of historic Waterville. If you are looking for the perfect after dinner treat, Sweet Retreat can help you cool down on a hot summer night. Waterville youth attend Anthony Wayne Schools.

Sylvania is regarded as one of the area’s choice residential communities, with all types of housing, including country estates, condominiums, apartments, retirement facilities, and individual homes. Sylvania has an excellent public school system consisting of seven elementary, three junior high, and two senior high schools. The system offers college preparatory and vocational education studies, and continuing adult education programs. Comprehensive medical services are available in Sylvania itself through Flower Hospital and its related facilities. In addition, there are many public parks, numerous playing fields and tennis courts, two indoor ice arenas, four private tennis clubs, a natatorium and several outdoor swimming facilities. Two country clubs with 18 hole golf courses are located in the City. Sylvania’s Highland Meadows Golf Club is home to the LPGA Jamie Farr Golf Tournament.

Holland/Springfield Township 
In Springfield Township, luxurious homes and shopping malls coexist harmoniously with old family orchards and the pristine Oak Openings nature preserve. And, while the area offers all of the conveniences of a big city, it has retained its small town ambiance. An abundant amount of information is available on the Springfield Township Web site.

The Village of Swanton -“Honoring the Past – Committed to the Future”. The Village promotes the growth and development of business and the Swanton community. Swanton area schools.

Delta is a rural community in Fulton County, approximately 18 miles west of Toledo. Delta is serviced by the Pike-Delta-York School District.

Rossford has become a prosperous, energetic community which is an ideal place to do business and a great community in which to live. Rossford is a community with a high level of municipal services, where both public and private schools are considered to be outstanding. Rossford is also the site of the I-75 and I-90 (Ohio Turnpike) meeting point, making travel convenient. There are two airports within minutes of the community’s heart. Education is a valued community asset in Rossford where most high school graduates go on to higher educational facilities. Complimenting the community’s excellent public and private schools is Owens Community College.

Luckey is a quiet rural community in Wood County, approximately 22 miles southeast of Toledo. Luckey’s amenities include the Eastwood School District and the popular Luckey Park. The park is host to many family events, including reunions, church gatherings, and fun times on the new playground equipment. The Eastwood School District area also includes the nearby communities of Pemberville, Stony Ridge, and Lemoyne.

Bowling Green
Bowling Green is located in Wood County (of which it is the county seat) south of Toledo between Haskins and Portage along Highway 25 near Bowling Green State University and the North Branch Portage River. BG hosts an exciting revitalized downtown area and offers a wide range of housing including an upscale golf course community. BG has an abundance of parks that are open year-round from sunrise to sunset and is home to the Bowling Green School District.

Oregon is Lucas County’s largest suburb with 28.5 square miles and a population of 18,326. The City has approximately five miles of shoreline along Maumee Bay/Lake Erie. Oregon is a thriving community with tons of things to do. The City is home to Pearson Metropark, Maumee Bay State Park, South Shore Park and the Coontz Recreational Complex. Maumee Bay State Park has over 1,800 acres. The northern border is one mile of shoreline on Lake Erie. Maumee Bay has an eighteen hole Arthur Hills golf course, lodge and conference center, cabins, campgrounds, inland lake, nature trail, tennis courts, sledding hill and amphitheater. Pearson Metropark has 320 acres for biking, a nature center, fishing, picnicking, and paddle boating. The City of Oregon has two municipal parks, Coontz Park for active recreation with eight lighted ball fields and South Shore Park with a sledding hill, picnic area, and fitness trail. Oregon schools offer a full range of programs from advanced placement courses to vocational education. The Oregon City School District includes a high school, two middle schools, and four elementary schools, one of which is located in Jerusalem township. Also located in the City is Cardinal Stritch High School, a coeducational parochial school.

Northwood, located in Wood County, is served by Northwood Local Schools.

Grand Rapids
One of our finest Ohio Villages – nestled along the southern bank of the Maumee River just southwest of Toledo, is Grand Rapids. Visitors to Grand Rapids are able to step back in time and enjoy the natural setting of this restored canal town. Shopping Northwest Ohio takes on a whole new meaning as visitors shop ’til they drop for antiques, gifts, and collectibles – all in the restored canal town buildings that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. You may eat, drink, and be merry in a restored Victorian restaurant, ride the Bluebird Passenger Train, visit a totally restored water and steam powered mill, or even pretend that you are an 1800’s settler and ride the canal boat pulled by mules down the restored Miami & Erie Canal. Grand Rapids is served by the Otesgo School District.

Toledo, the “capital” of Northwest Ohio, boasts the Toledo Symphony Orchestra, the Toledo Museum of Art, the Toledo Zoo, the Toledo Lucas County Public Library, the Metro Parks, and concerts and other programs at the Stranahan and Valentine TheatersThe Toledo Mud Hens offer enthusiasts access to professional baseball. Youth of Toledo attend Toledo Public Schools.