Old world charm abounds in this 1920's classic Tudor. Original hardwood flooring and woodwork thruout along with them original Rookwood fireplace in the living room. 4bdrms offer plenty of space for the growing family.
Situated atop one of the highest of Cincinnati’s historic hills, Price Hill is a community of old-world charm. With 31,000 residents this neighborhood has been subdivided into several areas: East Price Hill, West Price Hill and Lower Price Hill. The Lower Price Hill Historict District is a registered historic district (from West Eight Street, State Street, Burns Street and English Street) with 196 buildings. Many people enjoy the panoramic vistas of the Ohio River, Northern Kentucky and downtown Cincinnati from East Price Hill’s Incline District.
Primavista restaurant offers not only excellent Italian food, but an exceptional view of the Ohio River. The Incline Public House (named after the incline that traveled up Price Hill) has a nice menu as well as features craft beers. During warmer months, you can enjoy its deck and views of Cincinnati. There many other local restaurants to enjoy from Veracruz Mexican Grill, Somm Wine Bar, Sebastian’s Gyros, and Price Hill Chili, to name a few. Craving something sweet? Head to St. Lawrence Bakery for a donut or two.
A highly developed sports program in the Price Hill-Covedale area has produced innumerable college and professional athletes. There are two indoor tennis and racquetball clubs within 10 minutes of the area.
For those who enjoy the theater the Warsaw Federal Incline Theater hosts plays and musicals throughout the year. This arts center is located at the corner of West Eighth Street and Matson Place. The Warsaw Project Gallery and The Flats Art Gallery are great places to appreciate artistic talents.
4650 Glenway Avenue
Price Hill, OH 45238