River Cities Tour: DAYTON


The charming town of Dayton offers great living opportunities from historic mansions on 6th Avenue to apartments in an old school to modern mansions on the hill. With great schools and parks, Dayton welcomes families. Dayton is also becoming known for the interesting restaurants located on Rte. 8, leading to many people being able to say “I 8 in Dayton”. Come explore Dayton with us!

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REGISTRATION AREA: Trotta’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant, 441 6th Avenue

REGISTRATION AREA: Start your tour at one of our two registration areas: Trotta’s Steak and Seafood in Dayton or Wynner’s Cup in Ludlow. Winner of the 2018 Diners’ Choice Award, the charming Trotta’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant is housed in an historic bank building. Not surprisingly, the most popular table is the one nestled inside … Continue reading REGISTRATION AREA: Trotta’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant, 441 6th Avenue

330 6th Avenue

This house will surprise and delight you. It was built in 1890 as a doctor’s residence/office and the current owners, a young, creative couple, have turned it into a very cool and personalized residence/office for themselves. You will discover a black and brick kitchen, living room with two fireplaces, home office with a half-exposed brick … Continue reading 330 6th Avenue

323 6th Avenue

Built around 1900, this brick home welcomes you with a lovely sheltered porch and original stained glass in the foyer. The gracious dining and living rooms have detailed fireplace mantles and beautiful plaster walls. The kitchen has been modernized and includes a convenient laundry station. Just off the kitchen is a cozy family room addition … Continue reading 323 6th Avenue

The Lodge, 231 6th Avenue

When you see the outside of this former Masonic lodge, you might think it is being used as a library or office. In fact, it is a rock ‘n roll and art venue from top to bottom. Several visual artists share the lower floors and the first floor former gym is used as a photography … Continue reading The Lodge, 231 6th Avenue

335 6th Avenue

This charming home was built in 1910 in a four-square style, which is unusual for the neighborhood. The owners have tweaked the floorplan a bit, in part to restore it to its original design and also to make it function better for them. Many of the original details of the house remain, including fireplaces, stained … Continue reading 335 6th Avenue