We Banjo 3 – Coming To Us From Ireland!

We Banjo 3 – outdoor concert event coming to Aberlin Springs August 1st!

Enjoy this outstanding Irish band with friends and family on our beautiful farm!

Doors open at 6:00pm and concert starts at 7:30pm.

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Join Us For Our Next Open House

Your home is a place to grow, restore and reconnect to the land that feeds you.

This new residential neighborhood offers Farm to Table living with beautiful homes surrounding a sustainable farm.

Send us a message and we’ll invite you out for a visit!

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Refresh Your Life Daily

Refresh, Renew and Rediscover your life in a neighborhood full of fresh food, fresh air and focused on well being.

That is the idea behind Aberlin Springs – where we take care of the land that nourishes your soul.

Imagine life at Aberlin Springs…

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Our Love of Life

At Aberlin Springs, we believe that how you live is as important as where you live. As our lives have become more complex and busy, our stress levels have exploded. We long for connections with other people, and with all things natural. We long for a place where our children can truly be “free-range” kids.

Think about how you feel after taking a walk or just being outside. That refreshing feeling is the way you can feel every day living in the Aberlin Springs community.

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Imagine

Coming home to these views every day and basking in the beauty of your home constructed by Aberlin Springs’ exclusive builder Pendragon Homes.

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Our Location

Aberlin Springs, in Union Township, Warren County at 3470 Snook Road, is located within a few miles of some of the region’s best assets, including such places as Kings Island Amusement Park, charming Downtown Lebanon and the National Scenic Little Miami River corridor.

Located in the Lebanon City School district, Aberlin Springs is two miles from I-71 and adjacent to the Mason business corridor. Five miles from downtown Lebanon. 22 miles from downtown Cincinnati. 25 miles from downtown Dayton. 73 miles from downtown Columbus.

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