Pleasantly situated on the north bank of the Ohio River, Cincinnati, Ohio, is spread over more than 79 square miles with interesting landscape features, including many bluffs, hills and low ridges. From the elegant Mount Adams residences bordering Eden Park, to spacious new condos in The Bridgecreek community, to charming, reasonably priced older homes in many outlying neighborhoods, this model Midwest location offers the ideal property for every potential home buyer.
The third largest city in Ohio, Cincinnati is proud of its German heritage, a vibrant music and arts scene, competitive sports teams and the excellent national standing of its public school system. Due to its long baseball history, Cincinnati is the site of Major League Baseball’s Opening Day each spring. Professional theater has been an entertainment staple since the early 1800s, and professional companies today include the Cincinnati Opera and Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, among others. There are many fine museums, the Cincinnati Zoo and a number of outstanding public parks. Then there’s the food: Cincinnati Chili has amassed a huge army of devoted followers as has the German dish Goetta, a breakfast staple for many. A well-organized freeway system connects the suburbs to the metro area with its many businesses and attractions. The commute from the spacious country estates in Indian Hill is about 35 minutes, while family oriented Blue Ash; eclectic, walkable Clifton and centrally located Kenwood, with its lovely residential neighborhoods, are all closer to town.
A large number of diverse companies are headquartered in the Cincinnati area or have principal facilities here. Most notable are Procter & Gamble, the world’s largest provider of consumer products; Humana, a top health insurance provider and Fifth Third Bank with more than 7,600 employees, one of the 20 largest U.S. banks. Other opportunities for work exist in automobile manufacturing, food service and education, including positions in higher education with Xavier University or the University of Cincinnati.