Amberley Village Market Information
Amberley Village is centrally located in the I-275 loop, giving its residents easy access to Cincinnati’s wide variety of business, shopping, and entertainment. Ronald Reagan Highway, located along the northern border, provides convenient access to the region’s primary Interstate highways.
Nearby shopping can be found in neighboring Dillonvale and Pleasant Ridge, while larger shopping centers, including Tri-County Mall and Kenwood Towne Center, are less than 15 minutes away.
Amberley Village is served by the Cincinnati Public School system, one of the largest school systems in the state of Ohio, as well as several private schools, both religious and non-religious.
In spite of its small size, Amberley Village maintains its own police and fire services, allowing it to offer residents extra services, such as house checks while you’re on vacation, that are not available in larger communities. Other services, including snow removal and leaf/brush pick-up, are especially valued by the residents.
The majority of Amberley Village’s population is made up of white-collar professionals but includes well above the national average of artists, designers, and media workers. This diverse population plays a large role in the personality of the community.
Many of the almost 1,400 homes in Amberley Village were custom built providing a wide range of housing prices from under $200,000 to over $1,000,000, with the average price around $300K. The varied architectural styles, including mid-century modern, contemporary, and traditional adds to the uniqueness of this community.
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