Mount Adams Market Information
Located just east of downtown Cincinnati, Mount Adams is a unique urban village on a hilltop overlooking the city and Ohio River. Its narrow, winding streets and abundance of pedestrian walkways and hillside steps make it an appealing destination for visitors as well as locals.
Mount Adams attracts artists and professionals alike. Many of the 1,500 residents live in multi-family homes, some converted from historic Victorian houses. With easy access to downtown, Northern Kentucky, and the eastern suburbs, most commuters drive less than 15 minutes to work, one of the shortest average commutes in the country.
Surrounded on three sides by Eden Park, the community feels separate from the city, adding to the unique charm. The park, walking distance from most Mount Adams’ residences, is home to the Cincinnati Art Museum, Krohn Conservatory, and Playhouse in the Park. With downtown only five minutes away, many of Cincinnati’s other cultural sites, including the Aronoff Center and Music Hall, are right around the corner.
The numerous neighborhood shops and restaurants, destinations sought by visitors, are a short walk for residents. Other shopping destinations, including Findlay Market, Hyde Park Square, and Rookwood Commons, are minutes away by car.
Many of the houses in Mount Adams are historic, built before 1939, though most have been renovated. With a variety of architectural styles, house prices vary from around $150,000 to over $1,000,000. The average home sale is around $350,000.
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