Pleasant Run, Ohio
The community was originally called the "Farms" and was the site of the fifth Cincinnati Homearama in the mid 1960s.
Since that time, nearly 1,200 attractive, well-designed homes have been added and many border on private, "greenbelt" property. The open space of over 60 acres of "greenbelt" land lends a special quality of life to its residents. Many of the dedicated homeowners belong to the popular Civic Association which maintains the swim club and is responsible for both sporting and recreational activities. Country-like qualities, public-spirited citizens, and easy access to all parts of the Cincinnati area make this unique community a prime attraction.
Queen City Metro offers services from Greenhills and Tri-County. There is also the business Sun Run from Promenade Shopping Center. Within 5 minutes is I-275 with connections to l-75, I-71 and I-74. Downtown Cincinnati is about a 30-minute drive.
Mercy Health Fairfield is the area's closest hospital, within a five minute drive. Cincinnati Children's Fairfield is also a short drive away. TriHealth Bethesda Butler Hospital is about a 15-minute drive. University, Good Samaritan, Christ Hospital, Children's Hospital Medical Center and other area hospitals are 25-30 minutes away. An excellent life squad and ambulance services are readily available.
The Promenade Shopping Center has a variety of stores to take care of everyday needs. There are three major shopping areas: Tri-County which is 5 miles east and Northgate which is 5 miles west and Kenwood Towne Centre within a 15 minute drive. These shopping centers are enclosed malls and have a large variety of designer shops, movies and restaurants. There are also a number of small unique shopping areas nearby.
The Pleasant Run Farm area has a very active Civic Association that offers supervised sports programs, dances, golf, bowling leagues and a private swim club. "Pleasant Run Recreational Center" borders Pleasant Run Farms on the north, offering an 18-hole golf course, tennis and swimming. "Clifford George Park" on Mill Road features two baseball fields, a batting cage and two soccer fields. "Germania Park" is located on the south and is a great place to enjoy events like the annual Oktoberfest. "Winton Woods", a 2000-acre park, is nearby and available for horseback riding, golf, boating, fishing, hiking, picnicking and camping. Nearby are tennis, racquetball clubs, 2 YMCA's, movies and restaurants.