North Avondale Market Information
With easy access to major highways, North Avondale is within minutes of a myriad of businesses, schools, shopping, and entertainment.
Nearby secondary schools include Walnut Hills High School, Summit Country Day, the School for Creative and Performing Arts, and Roger Bacon and Purcell Marion Catholic Schools. This centrally located community is only a short distance from several of Cincinnati’s institutions of higher learning including the University of Cincinnati and Xavier University.
Living in North Avondale puts you close to some of Cincinnati’s best shopping. Rookwood Commons, Newport on the Levee, Hyde Park Square, not to mention the downtown shopping district and historic Findlay Market are all within easy reach. And with the proximity of the Interstates, Tri-County Mall and Kenwood Mall are only a short drive.
Some of Cincinnati’s finest entertainment is right around the corner. The Cincinnati Zoo is just to the south and most of the city’s museums aren’t much farther, including Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal and the Cincinnati Art Museum. For theater goers, Arnoff Center and Playhouse in the Park present both national and local theater productions. For sports fans, Great American Ball Park and Paul Brown Stadium are just minutes away by car or public transportation.
North Avondale is considered among the most affordable neighborhoods per square foot in the Cincinnati area, with housing prices ranging from under $100,000 to over $700,000, leading to its prestige as a stable neighborhood with well-maintained historic homes.
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