Dayton Street Historic District

Dayton Street and Betts-Longworth Historic Districts

Both part of the National Register of Historic Places, the Dayton Street and Betts-Longworth Historic Districts are located in Cincinnati’s West End. The Dayton Street Historic Distric in particular is nicknamed “Millionaire’s Row.”

Many of the homes in the West End were built by the owners of Cincinnati’s beer breweries and pork packers from 1800 to 1890. Architecture styles include Greek Revival, Italianate, Second Empire, and Victorian homes; prices range from $10,000 for homes in need of care to $165,000 for preserved homes.

In addition to being walking distance to downtown,these districts contain their own attractions such as the Betts House, the oldest surviving brick building in Cincinnati. The Betts House currently serves as a public museum focused on architecture and historic preservation.

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Dayton Street Historic District

Betts-Longworth Historic District

Betts House

Betts House

Hauck House

Hauck House

Hauck House Interior

Hauck House Interior

Mayors Mansion, Hatch-Smith House by Isaiah Rogers

Mayors Mansion, Hatch-Smith House by Isaiah Rogers

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