Anderson Township Market Information
Located in the southeastern part of Hamilton County, less than fifteen minutes from downtown, Anderson Township is considered one of the Cincinnati area’s most desirable neighborhoods.
Anderson Township is conveniently located near I-275, providing easy access to downtown, northern Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky, including the International Airport, less than twenty minutes away. Queen City Metro provides bus service to downtown, with a Park and Ride facility at the Anderson Towne Center.
Being near downtown, and easy access to most of the eastern side of Cincinnati, living in Anderson Township makes for an easy commute to most of the area’s large business centers. However, with a thriving commercial and retail district, many residents do not even have to leave the township for work.
Anderson Township is served by the Forest Hills School District, one of the top ranked districts in the state. With a graduation rate of over 95%, more than 80% of graduates go on to college.
Many of the township’s neighborhoods are made up of quiet, wooded roads with rolling hills, some with spectacular views of the Ohio or Little Miami Rivers. This family-friendly neighborhood has houses of all sizes and styles, from modest ranch-style to luxury estates.
Home prices in Anderson Township range from around $50,000 to over $2,000,000, with the average home price around $250,000. With older established neighborhoods as well as new residential developments, the township has homes available for any budget.
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