103 E Loveland Avenue

103 E Loveland AvenueLoveland, OH 45140
$399,900 Commercial

MLS# 1721518
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Development Opportunity in Downtown Loveland! 5 total parcels, 2 structures, adjacent to Graeters.

Directions to this Listing: Located adjacent to Graeter's
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Property & Home Details
Features
County:
Clermont County
Basement:
Full
Construction:
Vinyl Siding, Wood Siding
Cooling:
None
Flooring:
Wood
Gas:
Natural
Heat:
Gas, Electric, Oil
Lot description:
irregular
Sewer:
Public
Water:
Public
Lifestyle in Loveland, OH
Loveland

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 an 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. It came in at number six on the list of Top Small Cities to Live and Work by USA.com.

Summary
The only city in Ohio situated in three counties, Warren, Hamilton and Clermont, Loveland is located on the scenic Little Miami River, 16 miles north of Cincinnati. Loveland residents and businesses enjoy a quiet country setting, while still having easy access to Cincinnati’s wide range of resources. First settled in 1796, the Loveland area contained prosperous family farms until the arrival of the railroads in the 1840s which caused a village to grow up along the tracks. "Old" Loveland still thrives with an historic district of businesses and residences highlighted by a beautiful bike trail along the National Scenic Little Miami River. Homes range from older, historic-style residences to newly built houses. One finds houses of many styles and price ranges.
Transportation
I-275 is approximately one mile from Loveland creating quick access to all parts of Cincinnati. I-71 is three miles from Loveland and connects to northeast and Downtown Cincinnati.
Hospitals
Loveland Urgent Care is located on Loveland-Madeira Road. The Children’s Outpatient facility is within 10 minutes in Mason. Bethesda North TriHealth Hospital and Mercy Health Jewish Hospital are both 15 minutes from Loveland. There are other Cincinnati hospitals located with 30-35 minutes including Christ Hospital, University Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital and Children’s Hospital Medical Center.
Shopping
Over 100 retail businesses in Loveland serve all immediate needs for food, clothing and furniture. The Historic Downtown district offers charming local boutiques, galleries and cafes to frequent and enjoy. Loveland boasts one arts facility per 1000 residents. Kenwood Square (formerly Sycamore Plaza) and Kenwood Towne Centre are 15 minutes away, offering even more shopping options including Nordstrom, Macy’s and Dillard’s.
Recreation
The Little Miami Bike Trail is very popular and follows along the scenic Little Miami River. There are several baseball fields, basketball courts and tennis courts, along with the various school facilities that afford play areas for children. The Loveland Youth Organization is active and offers a wide range of sport activities including baseball, softball, soccer, basketball and football for children.

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. Residents of Loveland also enjoy a yearly art show, Memorial Day Parade, Firecracker Festival and Valentine Breakfast.

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.

Loveland, OH 45140

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This listing courtesy of David Woellert (513) 295-9284, Keller Williams Pinnacle Group 513-277-0996.

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