Mt. Adams, Ohio
There's nothing in Cincinnati quite like the hilltop excitement of Mt. Adams. Down the steep, winding streets of this community are many fashionable stores, restaurants and chic "watering holes.
A lively village atmosphere is one of the factors that attract so many artists and professionals. Residents feel "the hill" offers them a unique kind of urban life and for that reason there is a deep sense of community pride.
Most of the box-like brick and frame homes, constructed firmly into the hillside, have been beautifully renovated. The addition of new sidewalks, new street lights and new trees gives a stylish look to the area.
With breathtaking river and city views and the downtown cultural activities just five minutes away, Mt. Adams has gained a reputation for being a highly desirable place to live and watch the nationally famous fireworks display on the river on Labor Day.
Queen City Metro buses serve the area on convenient schedules. Mt. Adams provides quick access to Interstate 71. Driving time to downtown is approximately 5 minutes.
A few minutes to the northwest of Mt. Adams are the following hospitals: Children's Hospital Medical Center, Deaconess Hospital, Christ Hospital, University Hospital and Good Samaritan Hospital.
There are many convenient neighborhood shops throughout the Mt. Adams area including small grocery stores, dress shops, boutiques and antique shops. Mt. Adams also offers a wide variety of restaurants and bars. Downtown shopping is only 5 minutes away.
Mt. Adams has its own Community Center which offers a variety of activities. Eden Park, Krohn Conservatory, Playhouse in the Park, Cincinnati Art Museum and the planetarium are all located in Mt. Adams. Some local clubs and organizations include the Mt. Adams Civic Association and the Cincinnati Art Club, which is by membership.