Hamilton is primarily known as being a city of industry, having been a heavy-manufacturing center for things like vaults and safes, machine tools, cans, and locomotives in the early 20th century. As of more recent years it has been seeking to give itself a new face through the arts. Hamilton founded the Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park, and its initiative has since attracted many sculpture installations to the city, which additionally was declared "The City of Sculpture" in 2000. Along with its artistic inclinations, Hamilton is also a site of great historical value. The neighborhood called Lindenwald was settled by German immigrants in the mid-19th century and is now considered to be a National Historic District, along with Hamilton's Rossville and Dayton/Campbell districts.

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Ohio's southwestern corner is home to Hamilton, a city in Butler County. Hamilton is part of the metropolitan area of Cincinnati, and since 2010 has had a population of around 62,000 people. Hamilton homes are beautiful properties with scenic lawns and memorable architecture, and prices for these homes tend to be a little on the lower side for what they ultimately offer. Whether you are looking for a home with a charming history or a newer home with modern conveniences, Hamilton neighborhoods provide it all.

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