Top 10 neighbourhoods to live in Cincinnati

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Hyde Park didn’t make the list and neither did Westchester it sounds unusual when we’re talking about the ten best places to live in Greater Cincinnati editor Jaso is joining us with a closer look at the top picks in the August issue of Cincinnati magazine good morning how are you morning to know how many Stan neighborhoods selected what we did is we looked at a number of homes sold and average sale prices in all of Greater Cincinnati over the last about five years in founded places where things been better than you’d think and there were some upward trends in those categories now you chose neighborhoods from kind of all four quadrants Greater Cincinnati West Side East Side north of i-275 as well as Northern Kentucky let’s start with Westwood yeah Wes what’s kind of like I always think it is like the sleeping giant because it’s got this amazing trove of charming houses yeah it’s a big neighborhood it’s got a very active Civic Association very positive they’re always working hard from the neighborhood very good schools Western Hills high school data or Montessori mother mercy so it’s one of these neighborhoods that probably doesn’t get as much I don’t know props as it probably should but it really is one of these places that’s you know coming back and you can find some large houses over there too Oh classic house yeah Victorians for squares you know even traditionals and ranch homes homes there’s a whole bunch of ranch houses over there now let’s move to the other side of town Kennywood right that’s where I was yeah it’s the same thing a really diverse housing stock you know it’s a really good school district that’s in the Indian Health School District and very well situated you know right kind of park there between Sycamore Township and Columbia Township it overlaps both and easy to get on the highway and get to anywhere now I know some people in Fort Thomas too in Northern Kentucky and they love it yeah exactly the same thing I mean in sense that it’s really close to downtown the Fort Thomas independent school district is excellent and it’s also got just an amazing array of homes you know these older big mansions nice places that were built in the last 50 years so the cost can range you know you’ve got a lot of places to choose from with that oh yes oh yeah I can and they’ve had very good surprisingly good home sales they’ve continued to go up over the last few years yeah you know in a lot of other neighborhoods in other parts of the country obviously have been hit harder supposed to because Liberty Township that’s kind of one of the newer places you chose as far as like newer subdivisions popping up over the past couple of decades yes up in the North Country there but you know shares land with Westchester has Lakota school district which is excellent with distinction and but it’s it’s seen a tremendous growth in the last 30 years surprisingly they still apparently have about they’re only about 50% built out so they need to build subdivisions up there because they’ve got a lot of farmland I guess too but that’s yeah that’s one more newer neighborhoods okay well Jay he’s holding out on the rest of the list because we want you to check out the arc is an issue of Cincinnati magazine on newsstands right now thank you so much day we appreciate it you’re welcome


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