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Cincinnati is the seat of Hamilton County, established in 1788. This city is nestled along the Ohio River and is home to more than 296,000 Cincinnatians. These neighborhoods are among the best areas of Cincinnati for potential home owners to consider.

Blue Ash is a quiet neighborhood often considered idyllic. You will find that this neighborhood is a great place to raise a family because it is so picturesque and traditional. About 13,000 people live in this neighborhood, but it offers more employment than most neighborhoods in the city. Many corporations make a home here. Families prefer this neighborhood for its proximity to fantastic schools and recreation.

Clifton offers the historic gaslight district many people dream of. The streets are lined with trees and quirky shops, drawing a diverse crowd. This neighborhood is conveniently located for public transportation use, making it easy to commute downtown for work.

Colerain Township is considered rural for Cincinnati. It offers a charming environment to raise a family or simply live away from the city’s hustle and bustle. Historic interest and natural beauty are major attracting factors for home buyers here.

Of course, Downtown Cincinnati is also a popular neighborhood for new Ohioans. This region is very walkable, making it perfect to catch public transportation. Downtown is truly the heart of the city, offering a bustling metropolis complete with sports stadiums and museums.

There is certainly a reason why so many people flock to Cincinnati. It is a city full of culture, history and beautiful homes.
Average price in Cincinnati
$176,819
Average price per  sq.feet  $1,122
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$1,057
Average price per  sq.feet  $9.83
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