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1824 Jacob Coy House 1824 Jacob Coy House Beavercreek Historical Society

Behind Beaver Cemetery sits the Jacob Coy House, now owned by Beavercreek Township.  Five generations of Coy’s occupied the two-story log home built by Jacob in 1824.  It originally sat at 3279 Shakertown Road in the middle of 3,000 acres Jacob had purchased in 1801.

Mainly through the efforts of Roger Coy, his great-great grandfather’s home was moved intact, on July 6, 1989 to its present location in Phillips Park.  Protective siding has been installed and the basement of the structure has been modernized and is leased as the offices for the Beavercreek Wetlands Association.  The main level was leased by the Beavercreek Historical Society until 2016 when they moved across the road to the former Beavercreek Township office building.

Please exit the parking lot to the right, returning west on Dayton-Xenia Road.

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