7150 Ragland Rd, 4
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7150 Ragland Rd, 4Anderson Twp., OH 45244

Single family 3 Beds 2.0 Baths
$360,000
 
 

Anderson Twp., OH 45244

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32 to S. Church St (becomes Newtown Rd) L.Ragland. Once in The Hermitage Club it's left up the hill to #4

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7150 Ragland Rd, 4 Anderson Twp., OH 45244

Single family   3 Beds 2.0 Baths $360,000

Rare opportunity to own a home in the Hermitage Club! A 230 acre private nature preserve with 27 homes. House and deck overlook a private lake nestled in the trees...It's a must see!

Details for 7150 Ragland Rd, 4, Anderson Twp., OH 45244
Additional Details
Feature
County: Hamilton County
Acres: 1 Acres
Age: 91
Appliances: Oven/Range, Dishwasher, Refrigerator, Garbage Disposal, Washer
Architecture: Ranch
Basement: Finished, Walkout, Fireplace, WW Carpet
Basement Type: Partial
Construction: Wood
Cooling: Central Air
Fireplace: Wood
Flex Room: Workshop
Garage: Attached, Oversized
Garage spaces: 2
Gas: Propane
Heating: Gas, Forced Air
HOA Features: Clubhouse, Association Dues, Walking Trails, Other
HOA fee: 2000
HOA fee period: Annual
Inside Features: Multi Panel Doors, Vaulted Ceiling
Kitchen: Wood Cabinets, Walkout, Wood Floor
Levels: 1 Story
Lot description: irregular
Master Bedroom: Wall-to-Wall Carpet, Walkout, Bath Adjoins, Walk-in Closet, Dressing Area, Sitting Room, Fireplace
Misc: Ceiling Fan, 220 Volt, Cable TV, Smoke Alarm, Recess Lights
Outside: Cul-de-sac St, Wooded Lot, Deck
Parking: Driveway
S/A Taxes: 2159.56
School district: Forest Hills Local
Sewer: Septic
View: Lake/Pond, Woods
Water: Public

Demographics
General & Population
General
Zip code:45244
State:Ohio
Population
Total:27,977
Male:13,704
Female:14,273
Median age:38
Income Per Capita:$84,952
Population Change:+0.42%
Pop Density Sq.Mi.:1,271
Environment & Education
Environment
Annual precipitation:60.99
Temp Jan (avg):29.8
Temp July (avg):75.3
Air pollution index:208
Education
Education index:4
High school degree:4,127
College degree:9,380
Associates degree:1,406
Bachelors degree:5,073
Graduate degree:2,901
Household
Households:10,374
Households w/ children:4,032
Size (average):2.7
Net Worth (average):$705,312
Income Median 0-25:$35,278
Income Median 25-44:$64,930
Income Median 45-64:$96,210
Income Median 65+:$56,923
Income Change:+12%
Mortgage Debt Median:$128,539
Home Equity Median:$297,608
Miscellaneous
Work Travel (median):47 min
Dwelling Median Age:26
Dwellings Owned:8,116
Dwellings Rented:2,258
Dwellings Vacant:426
Airport(major):Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International

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Anderson

About Anderson

Introduction

Among rolling hills and unspoiled woodland lies Anderson Township, bounded by the Little Miami and Ohio River which helped shape its character. The community was founded in 1793 with its first settlement near the mouth of the Little Miami River. In the early 1800s, pioneers were scattered into settlements along the Little Miami and as time passed people lived up on the hill near Mt. Washington. Growth occurred with farming outposts at Forestville, Sweetwine, Fruit Hill and Cherry Grove. The township developed with suburbanization after World War II. With the completion of the Beechmont Levee, I-275 and I-471, residents could easily reach the various parts of Cincinnati and the area grew. Anderson Township now has the fourth highest population in Hamilton County with 45,000 residents.

Summary

While retaining much of the flavor of its recent rural past, Anderson is today one of Greater Cincinnati’s fastest growing areas. The township offers excellent housing opportunities and value. New homes can be found in a variety of styles, settings, and prices, from the moderately priced to luxury estates. Many of the area’s most prestigious builders have been attracted to Anderson Township, recognizing the uniqueness of its numerous attributes. Convenient to downtown Cincinnati and the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Anderson appeals to newcomers and long-time residents alike, not only for its location but its many shopping facilities, and above all, the variety and quality of its neighborhoods. For these and many other reasons, Anderson Township’s popularity and vitality appear assured far into the future.

Transportation

Queen City Metro bus service has two routes to downtown plus the “Sun Run,” providing 25-minute express service. The Circle Freeway (I-275) affords access to Interstates 71, 75 and 74 and to the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport in 20 minutes. Also I-471 is readily accessible to downtown Cincinnati in 15 minutes. The Beechmont Levee connects many commuters to the city via Columbia Parkway. Lunken Municipal Airport is located at the end of this levee. State Highway 32 serves the northern portion of the township and becomes the Appalachian Highway in Clermont County. State Highway 125 (Beechmont Avenue) bisects the township and serves as a major road for the community. US 52 (Kellogg Avenue) is a national highway that follows along the Ohio River. Several marinas are located within five miles of the township.

Hospitals

Anderson Mercy is located in the heart of the area on Five Mile Road. The 96-bed acute care unit serves the community with 24-hour Emergency Service, extensive outpatient services, Diagnostic and Rehabilitative Treatments and a variety of surgical and medical procedures. Children’s Hospital Anderson is located in the township. Christ Hospital Outpatient Center is located on Beechmont Avenue. There are several other fine Cincinnati hospitals within a 25-minute drive.

Shopping

Anderson Towne Center boasts having one of the largest Kroger stores in the nation, as well as many 25+ retail specialty shops and restaurants. Macy’s is an anchor store. Additionally, there are numerous strip centers. Eastgate Mall and Jungle Jim’s are approximately 10 minutes away. Along Beechmont Avenue, there many local and national brand stores and restaurants.

Recreation

Year-round activities are available at the Lyons YMCA on Clough Pike and an adult education program provides many courses for hobbyists. There are five public and two private membership country club golf courses. Three private swim clubs have tennis courts. Public courts and a private indoor tennis club are located at Lunken Playfield. Sunlite Pool, the nation’s largest filtered pool, is public and offers season memberships. The Riverbend Music Center is an outdoor amphitheater that offers concerts during the warmer months and is located 10 minutes away. Marinas on the Ohio River are a 10-minute drive. School sports are supplemented with an excellent league system providing boys and girls with baseball, basketball, soccer and football. The 23-acre Nagle Road Park has soccer and baseball fields, jogging trails, and recreational facilities for senior citizens as well as tots. Woodland Mound Park, with over 1500 acres, offers a golf course, horse back riding and picnic facilities, is only five minutes away. Veteran’s Park has 12 acres and features a playground designed with the physically challenged child in mind. This park has a shelter, quarter-mile jogging trail that encircles the perimeter of the park as well as a baseball diamond, soccer fields and basketball court. Riverside Park has 46 acres with 6 ball diamonds, two turf fields, hiking trail and playground. Laverty Park has a wooded area, hiker/biker trail, playground and small basketball court and small ball diamond within its nine acres. Kellogg Park has almost 22 acres and has a playground, soccer fields, picnic shelter as well as dog field. Johnson Hills Park has 139 acres with rolling hills and woods. Clear Creek Park has 127 acres near the Little Miami River and office 23 sports fields and a pavilion. The park also has six pickleball courts. Beech Acres Park has a children’s playground, water play area, shelters, amphitheater, athletic fields, volleyball and basketball courts, skatepark as well as a hike/bike trail. This park also hosts summer concerts, A Fair of the Arts and Greater Anderson Days. Juilfs Park has 26 acres. There is a playground (with a tricycle track and pretend gas pumps) as well as a hike/bike trail around the perimeter of this park. Two sand volleyball courts, a basketball court, three ball diamonds, soccer fields, three tennis courts as well as picnic tables and two shelters are also found in the park.

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