At its entrance, Roselawn’s business district extends a hearty welcome that sets the tone of the entire community. There are 6,700 residents who enjoy living along gas and gas-like street lamp streets. .
Visitors find a delightful structure with a complete group of shops, stores, a library branch and fifty professional offices all under one roof. It is indeed a fitting introduction to the lovely, unpretentious residential areas that lie beyond. Most of the homes are two-story English and early American styles which are neatly situated on small, well-kept lots. In addition to the interesting variety of designs, the houses offer a wide range in size and price. The many fine restaurants, the congenial atmosphere, and the easy access to Interstate 75 make Roselawn even more attractive.
Queen City Metro buses connect Roselawn with Downtown Cincinnati on a regular schedule about 25 minutes apart during the day, and more frequently at rush hours, with the trip to town taking 30 minutes. Access to I-75 is about a mile from Roselawn. The Ronald Reagan Highway, to the north, gives access to I-71 and I-275.
University, Good Samaritan and Children’s Hospital Medical Center are only 15-20 minutes away using Reading Road. Bethesda North in Montgomery and Jewish Hospital Kenwood are about 10-15 minutes away to the northeast.
Roselawn has three small shopping centers: The Valley Shopping Center, Hillcrest Square and Summit Plaza. These are within walking distance for most residents. The post office and public library are conveniently located in the Valley Center. Kenwood Towne Center and Sycamore Plaza with over 200 national-brand stores including Nordstrom’s, Macy’s and Dillards, is a 10-15 minute drive.
Roselawn Park has a nationally recognized baseball facility with batting cages, four ball fields that are maintained to MLB standards, grandstand seating for 450 people, press box, concessions and artificial turf for the infield. The park is also home to a 1000 Hands playground. Avon Fields, an 18-hole public golf course, is located 10 minutes away. Maketewah Country Club is a private club with an 18-hole course and is 5-minutes away. Losantiville Country Club is also private with 18 holes of golfing pleasure. Five minutes away is the Cincinnati Gardens, site of professional and collegiate sports and area-wide shows. The Mayerson Jewish Community Center is located in nearby Amberley Village and offers a state-of-the-art fitness center and welcomes all regardless of race, religion or ability.