Madisonville Market Information
Located approximately fifteen minutes northeast of downtown Cincinnati, Madisonville provides an affordable option for those seeking a centrally located neighborhood in which to live.
Madisonville’s convenient location on I-71 provides residents with an easy commute to work, shopping, and entertainment. Many of the region’s best shopping destinations are a short drive away, including Kenwood Towne Center and Rookwood Commons. And while the boutique shopping of Oakley and Mariemont are only a few minutes away, downtown Madisonville provides its own shopping opportunities for residents.
Through the efforts of the Madisonville Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation, a local group dedicated to improving the neighborhood through economic development and community engagement, Madisonville has been seeing a revival with new businesses moving and attracting additional development.
The community is well served by the Metro system, including an express route providing quick public transportation to downtown. The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International airport is a thirty-five-minute drive.
Madisonville’s central location provides residents easy access to many of the premier local hospitals, such as Jewish Hospital in Kenwood—less than ten minutes away, and Bethesda North in Montgomery.
As part of the Cincinnati Public Schools district, residents have access to a wide choice of schools, including nationally ranked Walnut Hills High School and the famed School for Creative and Performing Arts.
Madisonville provides a variety of housing styles. The average home price around $75,000, with most homes affordably priced under $300,000.
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