The city has received an $8,000 state grant that it hopes will catapult its efforts to become a historic district — a move officials hope will spark an economic boom in the area.
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Xenia sites on the National Register of Historic Places
Bank Of Xenia: NE corner of Detroit and E. 2nd streets
Alexander Conner House : 99 E. Second St.
Dean Family Farm Historic District (boundary increase): 199 S. Ballard Rd.
East Second Street District: 235 and 209-213-215 E. 2nd St.
East Second Street District(boundary increase): 184-271 E. 2nd St
Hollencamp House: 339 E. 2nd St.
McDonald Farm: 1446 Stone Rd.
Millen-Schmidt House: 184 N. King St.
Old Chillicothe Site: Address restricted
Samuel N. Patterson House: 364 N. King St.
Waterstreet Historic District: roughly bounded by Shawnee Creek, S. Detroit, S. Church and W. 2nd streets
SOURCE: U.S. Department of the Interior, National Parks Service