Price Hill Market Information
With its panoramic hilltop views and affordable housing, Price Hill is one of Cincinnati’s oldest neighborhoods. It’s mixture of old world charm and modern renovations, along with its proximity to downtown, makes Price Hill a popular neighborhood for working class and business professionals alike.
Price Hill is served by a variety of schools in the Cincinnati Public School system as well as several private institutions such as Elder High School and Dater Montessori. Cincinnati Christian University is located in Price Hill and both University of Cincinnati and Xavier University are short commutes.
Price Hill draws visitors from all over the region to its local restaurants and shops as well as attractions such as Warsaw Federal Incline Theatre and the St. Lawrence Church. It is also home to several art galleries including Warsaw Project Gallery and The Flats Art Gallery.
Being just minutes from downtown Cincinnati, Price Hill is conveniently located to many of the city’s shopping and cultural destinations such as Findlay Market, Music Hall, and The Aronoff Center. Paul Brown Stadium and Great American Ballpark are close by for sports fans. Price Hill is also one of the premier locations for viewing the annual Riverfest fireworks display held every Labor Day weekend.
Having been continual developed since its founding, Price Hill has a variety of housing styles from old Victorian to modern brick and frame. Many of its homes have breathtaking views of the city or Ohio River. Housing prices are among the most affordable in the area with most homes under $200,000.
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