Avon

Township Number 7 in Range 16 of the Western Reserve received its first permanent American settlers during 1814 from Montgomery County, New York, led by Wilbur Cahoon. The township was administered by Dover township and was part of Cuyahoga County. In 1818, Township Number 7 was organized and first named Xeuma, then later, Troy Township. In 1824, Lorain County was created, and the name of Troy Township was changed to Avon Township. An Avon post office was established in 1825. Eventually, the entire township was incorporated as the city of Avon, because the name of Westlake had already been taken (their number one choice).

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$299,900
Avon, OH
2
beds
3
baths
Listing courtesy of Howard Hanna NEOHREX
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$455,000
Avon, OH
4
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5
baths
Listing courtesy of Russell Real Estate Services NEOHREX
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$519,000
Avon, OH
3
beds
3
baths
Listing courtesy of Howard Hanna NEOHREX
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$359,900
Avon, OH
3
beds
3
baths
Listing courtesy of Transaction Realty NEOHREX
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