Williamsburg was the first settlement in Clermont County and was founded in 1796 by General William Lytle. A stone dairy house built in the early 1800s is thought be the oldest standing structure in the county. There are 2,500 residents in this “tight-knit” community.
Homes found in Williamsburg range in a variety of prices and styles, from small homes to moderately priced houses to larger residences. There are also many opportunities to purchase land and lots for newly built homes.
I-275 is the closest major highway to Williamsburg. The village is located along SR 32. Williamsburg is 28 miles east of Cincinnati, Ohio.
East Side Medicine is located in the village and provides general care. Clermont Mercy Hospital is six miles away. Within 35 miles of Williamsburg is Children’s Hospital Medical Center as well as other highly rated Cincinnati hospitals.
Shopping is easily accessible via SR 32 and is13 miles from the Eastgate Mall in Cincinnati. The village has several local businesses and restaurants, with many of them located on the West Main Street.
The Williamsburg Community Park is near the Little Miami River. East Fork State Park has boating, fishing, camping as well as 85 miles for biking and hiking and horse trails. There are 15 public and private golf courses located in Clermont County. Hikers and bikers enjoy the Williamsburg- Batavia Hike/Bike Trail.