Price Hill, Ohio
Situated atop one of the highest of Cincinnati's historic hills, Price Hill is a community of Old World charm.
One finds breathtaking Victorian era homes and renaissance architecture in its churches and public buildings. Being one of Cincinnati's earliest outlying settlements, many different periods of growth have contributed to the varied cultures and economic levels. Houses from the last century survive with newer homes. Many of the magnificent large Victorian dwellings are being artfully and carefully restored by young artisans. One can also find many newer homes of brick and frame, more modest in size and price. Altogether, with its fast access to the heart of the downtown district, its many beautiful views from hilltop and hillside properties, the variety of living styles and active revitalization activity, Price Hill is becoming a popular place to live.
Regularly scheduled Queen City Metro Bus service buses link the area with the downtown business section, with connecting crosstown service to many other areas. Excellent city arteries lead to downtown Cincinnati, a ten minute drive, or to I-75 which connects the suburbs and villages north of Cincinnati, I-71 which leads east, and I-74 which leads to western Hamilton County and Indiana.
Mercy Franciscan Hospital - Western Hills is within 10 minutes of the area. All other Cincinnati hospitals are approximately 20 minutes away. The area is also convenient to the Western Hills Medical Center.
Shopping facilities are excellent in Price Hill. There are miles of retail outlets on Warsaw and Glenway Avenues, including a "super store" branch of a major grocery chain. It is 10 minutes to the Western Hills-Western Woods Shopping complex and Glenway Crossing comprised of some 70 shops, 3 department store branches and branch banking facilities. There is also easy access to Delhi Pike and the excellent shopping facilities offered there.
Mt. Echo Park (73 acres), high above the majestic bends of the Ohio River, offers a beautiful view of downtown Cincinnati, the US Bank Arena, Great American Ballpark and Paul Brown Stadium plus the many bridges to Northern Kentucky. The view is especially striking at night, from the brow of an almost vertical hillside. Playground facilities and shelter houses are found in Mt. Echo Park. Rapid Run Park is another asset to the Price Hill-Covedale area, offering ample sports facilities in season, including ice skating on the lake in winter. Oskamp Playfield offers baseball, swimming and a playground area. Proximity to the Ohio River with its fine marinas, attracts boating and water sports enthusiasts. A highly developed sports program in the Price Hill-Covedale area has produced innumerable college and professional athletes. There are two indoor tennis and racquetball clubs within 10 minutes of the area.