Auburn’s first citizen came by mistake. In 1815, Bildad Bradley built a home in Newbury, only to find it was on the wrong lot. He tore it down and started over in Auburn. In its first century, Auburn’s population growth was slow and the town maintained little industry except a box factory, a cheese factory, grist mill, and saw mill. Most of the early residents were farmers, working on fine dairy farms.
Today, a few farmers are left in Auburn due to the acceleration of the Auburn real estate market. Located in the Chagrin Falls zip code, the town has turned into a great spot for unique homes and beautiful new housing developments. Gorgeous newer houses can be found in the Auburn Lakes residential development. Residents love the gorgeous scenery of their community, and take pride in the town.
The town’s students attend the “Excellent” rated Kenston schools along with students from Bainbridge. If you’re ready to become a part of this community, consider living in Auburn Township.