Founded as a railroad suburb and temperance community in 1871 next to the Mill Creek, Bond Hill is primarily a residential neighborhood that offers a variety of homes from classic Tudors set on majestically in wooded landscapes to newly built houses.
The majority of homes are free-standing single-family houses, while there are also a good number of two-family homes. Many striking homes are located in Old Bond Hill which includes one-of-a-kind Queen Anne and Victorian-style homes.
Queen City Metro buses serve Bond Hill at about 25 minute intervals and more often during the rush hours. Two main roads through Bond Hill, Paddock Road and Reading Road, have direct access roads to I-75 and I-71. Driving time to Downtown Cincinnati is about 10 minutes.
Children's Hospital Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Christ Hospital, University Hospital and Veteran's Hospital are located 10 to 15 minutes away.
Neighborhood shopping is available at Hillcrest Square. Kenwood Towne Centre and Tri-County Mall are only 15 minutes away offering hundreds of nationally branded stores.
A 12,000-volume public library is available at Jordan Crossing. The Cincinnati Zoo, Norwood YMCA, Jewish Community Center and Cincinnati Gardens sports arena are minutes away. The Bond Hill Recreation Center offers a full-sized gym. It is 15 minutes to Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati Art Museum, Natural History Museum and Convention Center. A private golf course is located in Bond Hill and a public course is a short 5-minute drive away.