Build your dream home on this 13.23 acre lot located near new residential developments being built. Water is available through Western Water. Great location! Very large pond (estimated at 1 1/2 to 2 acres) is on the property. Seller believes it still has bass and bluegill. Seller is willing to split into 2 lots of 6 plus acres each if less acreage is peferred.
Loveland is located in the northeast corridor of greater Cincinnati, providing an attractive setting unique from other sprawling suburbs. Its 13,000 residents enjoy living in an area called the “Sweetheart of Ohio.” The Little Miami River Chamber of Commerce sponsors a Valentine mailing program throughout the year. Stamped letters sent to the chamber office are specially marked with the current design with the inscription reading, “There is nothing in the world so sweet as love.” Loveland has been ranked as a Top 5 Places to Live by Ohio Magazine and number 6 on the list of Top Small Cities to Live and Work by USA.com.
Nearby golf courses include the private O’Bannon Creek and Oasis Country Club, public Hickory Woods, Eagles Nest and Fair Acres courses. The Normandy Swim Club has a limited membership and there is year-round roller skating available in facilities located in Loveland.
The iconic Loveland Castle & Museum Chateau Laroche welcomes more than 25,000 visitors each year. Downtown Loveland transforms into a Victorian village during the holiday season. In addition to this annual event, residents of Loveland also enjoy a yearly art show, Memorial Day Parade, Firecracker Festival, and Valentine Breakfast, to name a few.
Loveland has several parks to enjoy: C. Roger Nisbet is located near the Miami Scenic Trail and is in the historic part of town and features an amphitheater. Phillips Park, East Loveland Nature Preserve and Veterans’ Memorial Park are three other parks to enjoy.
For those who enjoy the arts, in addition to the many art studios located in Loveland, residents also enjoy live performances at the Loveland Stage Company. From dance classes to musical performances, there is something for all ages to enjoy.
Want to go back in time? Head to the Loveland Museum Center and learn about Ohio pioneers, the Victorian era and the industrial revolution.
8875 Lot 1009 Zoar Road
Loveland, OH 45140