Shenandoah is a subdivision of 250 homes just outside of Troy, Ohio. Homes sit on 1/2 acre lots, are mostly 2-story, and generally have 3-4 bedrooms. The first homes were built in the early 1970s, and the last was built around 2000. Troy is the seat of Miami County, the next county north of Dayton, Ohio. And it’s an easy 2-hour drive to Columbus, Indianapolis, Toledo, or Cincinnati.
Abutting the 110 acre John A. Wannemacher Nature Reserve, Shenandoah residents enjoy all manner of outdoor activities from bird watching to cross-county skiing.
The Homeowners’ Association sponsors many social activities during the year: an Easter egg hunt, ice cream social, and lawnmower race to name just a few.