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Cincinnati, Ohio is tucked into Hamilton County along the Ohio River and the borders of Kentucky and Indiana.
Home to more than 300,000 residents, Cincinnati is Ohio’s largest metropolitan area, encompassing about 80 square miles, and the reasons why are undeniably clear.
Incorporated in 1819 and dubbed, “The Queen City,” or, “The Queen of the West,” Cincinnati, bedecked in historic architecture and modern marvels, offers a wide array of arts and entertainment, professional sports, top-notch schools, tantalizing shops and spas, golf courses and country clubs, casual restaurants and fine dining, and other perks of urban living in Ohio.
Ohio’s Cincinnati also serves as the government seat for Hamilton County.
Learn more about why Cincinnati, Ohio could be the ideal place to settle in and buy a home.
Cincinnati’s Arts and Entertainment
Whether you’re a connoisseur of fine arts, a history buff, or a sports fanatic, Cincinnati is ready to tickle your senses with a variety of arts and entertainment.
Team spirit thrives in Cincinnati with adrenaline-pumping sports from Major League Baseball’s Cincinnati Reds, the National Football League’s Cincinnati Bengals, and Major League Soccer’s FC Cincinnati.
Cincinnati is also home to the Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, theatre and broadway shows, and the art museum. Residents and visitors also enjoy the Cincinnati Museum Center as well as the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens.
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Economy and Housing in Cincinnati, Ohio
Median home values in Cincinnati are around $140,000.
Residents in Hamilton County’s Cincinnati earn a median household income of just under $40,000.
Schools in Cincinnati, Ohio
Students in grades k-12 in Cincinnati receive their education through the Cincinnati Public School District as well as a multitude of faith-based and non-religious private schools and universities in the area.
Noteworthy A-rated public school in the district is Walnut Hills.
Higher education is also paramount as Cincinnati is home to the University of Cincinnati – one of the 50 largest colleges in the country, Cincinnati State, and the faith-based private colleges Xavier University, and Hebrew Union College.
Cincinnati, Ohio’s Weather Averages
Each of the four seasons makes itself beautifully obvious in Cincinnati – from pastel flowers in spring to the golden rays of summer, bronze leaves of autumn, and winter’s playful snow.
Cincinnati’s summer high temperatures hover around 86 degrees inviting outdoor adventures and activities, while winter lows plummet to 22 degrees, perfect for building snowmen and engaging in snowball fights. The area receives approximately 15 inches of snow each winter.
On average, the city receives about 44 inches of rain.
Public Transportation in Cincinnati, Ohio
Although rideshare companies have dominated the transportation scene across the country, there’s still a need for public transportation services, which Cincinnati provides in the form of bus services and streetcars.
Bus service in the Cincinnati area is provided by SORTA, the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority; TANK, the Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky, and by Clermont Transportation Connection.
Residents and visitors can also catch a ride along the 3.6 mile loop on the Cincinnati Bell Connector street car.
Although public transportation and ride-share are readily available, it’s not uncommon to find Cincinnati residents enjoying the weather riding on bike paths or walking along sidewalks.
Air travel is also easily accessible in Cincinnati via the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport.
Cincinnati, Ohio in Hamilton County is ready to welcome you home. No matter your lifestyle or interests, Cincinnati has plenty to offer.
Put on your favorite sports jersey to cheer on your favorite team, enjoy an evening at the ballet or theatre, a quiet morning on the greens, or tempt your pallet from a generous selection of restaurants and fine dining. And, indulge in the rich history of Cincinnati.
Send your students to school in the Cincinnati Public School District knowing they’ll receive their education in A-rated public schools, or choose from highly acclaimed private schools in the area.
Enjoy a city that offers the beauty of all four seasons, presenting a colorful assortment of foliage amidst a variety of temperatures.
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