Anderson Township, Ohio Real Estate

Anderson Township, Ohio Real Estate

Anderson Township, Ohio

One of Greater Cincinnati's most livable neighborhoods, has varied real estate.  This community of approximately 45,000 people is located in southeastern Hamilton County, just 15 minutes from downtown Cincinnati.  Its varied neighborhoods, excellent schools preserved green spaces and multiple park and recreational offerings make if an ideal place to call home. Anderson Township was the first Greenspace Township in Ohio, currently guaranteeing that 700 acres will remain in a natural state.


The area was first settled by Benjamin Stites in 1788 near the mouth of the Little Miami River where there was a crossing ford for the river. It was primarily rural and wooded with some agricultural use until the 1930's.  The development of the area then took place after the building of the Beechmont Levee, which made the area reliably accessible. Today it is bordered by the Ohio River, Little Miami River, Mt. Washington (City of Cincinnati) and Clermont County.  The terrain is full of beautiful rolling hills and wooded hillsides.


Because of its great location, it is an easy commute from the east of downtown Cincinnati. It attracts young single professionals, families with children and executives with median age of 38 years old. Whether you are seeking a luxury home or a charming one, there will be a home to satisfy your needs.  In 2010, the average sale price of homes in Anderson Twp. was $251,000 and the median price was $195,000.  With plenty of things to do and annual community events, Anderson Township is sure to offer something for everyone.

Shopping and Dining             

Most of the shopping and dining is located along the Beechmont Avenue corridor, State Route 125.  It is the area's economic corridor because of its central location. If you love to grocery shop, you'll love Krogers at Anderson Towne's the second largest in the world.

Parks and Recreation              

Anderson Township is justifiably proud of its Parks and Recreation Departments.  They maintain over 467 acres of land.  They have a year-round schedule of activities to benefit the health, fitness, relaxation and learning of area residents.  They maintain nine parks that include playgrounds, volleyball, tennis and basketball courts, athletic fields, hike/bike trails, plus open space and wooded trails. There is a 15,000 square foot skate park and a 5 acre dog park.  They also manage the Beech Acres Park Recplex and the Heritage Center. The Recreation Department offers programs for all ages, including arts and crafts classes, teen activities, summer day camps, dance classes and sports of all sorts.  They also organize the Easter Egg Hunt, Daddy-Daughter Dance, Jr. High Parties in the Park, Mother-Son Halloween Dance, Santa's Workshop, and A Fair of the Arts.

Schools and Health                  

Most children going to public schools go to the Forest Hills School District, while a small area goes to Cincinnati Public Schools. Forest Hills School District serves almost 8,000 students living in Anderson Township and Newtown. There are six elementary schools, Ayer, Maddox, Mercer, Sherwood, Summit, and Wilson; Nagel Middle School; and two high schools, Turpin and Anderson. The State of Ohio has ranked them among the highest-performing districts, receiving the state's highest rating for 11 consecutive years. Check out their report card.

Strong Parochial Schools offerings can be found at Guardian Angels and Immaculate Heart of Mary grade schools and McNicholas High School.

Mercy Hospital is in a central location in the Township.  Surrounding the hospital are many physician's offices.

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