"The City of Xenia is home to a number of national, state, and locally designated properties and districts. " What are the places, sites, homes, and buildings considered "historic" in the City of Xenia?
The most recent district to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the Downtown Xenia Historic District which was listed September 10, 2014. The most recent individual property listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the Xenia Carnegie Library, 194 E. Church Street, was listed on February 24, 2015. Just north of the Downtown Xenia Historic District, this picturesque building is receiving attention now as a redeveloper's gem. The community is seeking to find the optimal end-use for this property.
The Hollencamp House at 339 E. 2nd Street is individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 18, 1980, and an owner is working to rehabilitate the property. The Bank of Xenia, located at the northeastern corner of Detroit and E. Second Streets, is an historic former bank building in downtown Xenia, Ohio, and was individually listed on the National Register of Historic Places on May 7, 1973.
The Waterstreet Historic District is a locally designated historic district that was listed on August 11, 1980.