Cincinnati is divided into five districts and each district into smaller neighborhoods. District Three includes Riverside, Sayler Park, Sedamsville, East Price Hill, Lower Price Hill, West Price Hill, Westwood, East Westwood, Villages of Roll Hill, South Cumminsville, Millvale, English Woods, North Fairmount, and South Fairmount. We’ll cover the first six in this blog. This area predominately includes the western sections of Cincinnati.
The westernmost neighborhood is Cincinnati is Saylor Park. This narrow, one-mile wide and two-mile long neighborhood lies between Hwy 50 and the Ohio River. Many of the homes are situated on large lots and the area is generally very affordable. Sayler Park offers may activities including a farmer’s market and Oktoberfest.
Riverside is a narrow neighborhood between Saylor Park to Sedamville. This narrow one-mile long neighborhood lies between Hwy 50 and the Ohio River. It includes part of Embshoff Woods, a 333-acre park with a Parcours fitness trail, disc golf course, and playground. While much of Riverside is industrial, there are some very affordable, classic Ohio river homes with excellent views of the Ohio River.
Sedamville is a very old, tiny neighborhood tucked between Riverside and East Price Hill. At one point, this area was an excellent wine producing territory. Almost the entire neighborhood is listed on the National Registry of Historical Places. If you are looking for a classic home at a low price, this may be a perfect neighborhood. The neighborhood includes part of Embshoff Woods and Mount Echo.
Price Hill was a retreat from the industry and crowds of 19th century Cincinnati. A funicular climbing 350 feet from 8th and Glenway Avenue to the top of Price Hill opened the area up to settlement. It is now divided into three neighborhoods.
East Price Hill
This three-square mile neighborhood rests northeast of Sedamsville and is between West Price Hill and Lower Price Hill. Many of the homes in East Price Hill are early 20th century with wide verandas or in classic Ohio river home style. With part of Mt Echo Park with in the neighborhood, Glenway Woods and several other parks, East Price Hill is a very green and pretty area.
Lower Price Hill
Lower Price Hill is east of East Price Hill and west of Queensgate. It is a tiny, 0.57 square mile neighborhood. It is an interesting mix of early 20th century homes and apartment buildings and industrial areas.
West Price Hill
This neighborhood is west of East Price Hill and south of Westwood. It is a fascinating mix of 20th century homes and apartments buildings. No matter the style, you may be able to find it. It is also very affordable and many of the streets have a classic elegance.
If you’d like to see what is available in any of these historic neighborhoods, give me a call. I’d love to show you the available opportunities.
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