8150 Muchmore Point LnIndian Hill, OH 45243
Custom-design Hans Neutzel comtemp in totally private setting w/ green area adjoining on 2 sides. Cathedral 20' vaults, walls of windows overlooking woods, Hi-end custom kit w SS appliances & maple cabinets, Vltd 1st flr MBR, marble master bath, his/her walk in clst., Brazilian cherry flrs, Vltd study, scr porch, gunite pool, deer fence & gardens.
The single most-compelling quality of the nearly 20 square miles known as Indian Hill is its village atmosphere. With a population of around 5,900 people, it’s technically a city but its lifestyle over the years has remained constant, that of a residential community which preserves the country atmosphere and the gifts nature has bestowed upon it. Indian Hill’s history begins with the Indian Tribes of the Shawnee, Miami and Delaware who came to the area to hunt and fish. In 1787, Benjamin Stites (veteran of the Revolutionary War) visited the area and then persuaded John Symmes to purchase a million acres. Symmes sold Stites 10,000 acres adjacent to the Ohio and Little Miami Rivers for $.66 an acre. As years past settles came and the area evolved into a farming community and later into a rural weekend destination. In the 1920s, the Camargo Realty Company divided lots into 25-acre plots as a district of grand home estates. Today, Indian Hill is zoned single-family residential or agriculture.
Seven garden clubs help beautify the community. The village maintains over 75 miles of bridle paths. Rowe Arboretum has a lovely collection of trees and shrubs to enjoy. There are 10 parks in the village offering walking paths, soccer fields, play areas, baseball diamonds an picnic areas.
The Indian Hill Shooting Club has two skeet fields, a trap field and sporting clays.
8150 Muchmore Point Ln
Indian Hill, OH 45243