Founded in 1896, Hyde Park was developed with the goal of preserving both natural and architectural beauty in the area. Today, this goal continues as citizen’s take pride in maintaining the historical charm of the area and making Hyde Park a peaceful place to live, work, and play for residents and visitors, alike.
Located six miles from Downtown Cincinnati, Hyde Park is also a short distance from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Northern Kentucky and other popular Greater Cincinnati neighborhoods making it an ideal area for many. In addition, Hyde Park has a bustling business community including art galleries, specialty shops, restaurants, business services, and more.
Hyde Park truly has something for everyone from singles to families, empty nesters, and everyone in-between. Homes in the area range from multi-million dollar estates to starter homes, apartments, condominiums, and mid-range family homes. Its close proximity to Downtown Cincinnati and other popular neighborhoods continues to make Hyde Park a desirable area to live.
Hyde Park is a thriving walking community, in fact, it’s common to see residents walking for exercise and walking to and from their homes to schools, churches, restaurants, parks, and retail establishments. The Hyde Park Square, located on Erie Avenue near Edwards and Michigan, acts as the heart of the community. The Hyde Park Square is a green space with beautiful landscaping, historic Kilgore Fountain, and benches for relaxing. The area is surrounded by numerous businesses including one-of-a-kind boutiques, restaurants, coffee shops, salons, and more.
Throughout the year, The Hyde Park Square is also home to several popular events that residents and visitors look forward to year-after-year. Some of the most notable events are the annual Hyde Park Art Show, Hyde Park Square Farmers’ Market (open Sundays May thru October), Hyde Park BLAST, and Hyde Park Holiday Happening, to name a few.
Parks and Recreation
Conveniently located within six miles of Downtown Cincinnati and other popular neighborhoods, Hyde Park residents have access to numerous parks and recreation opportunities including Ault Park and Alms Park, The Hyde Park Golf & Country Club and The Cincinnati Country Club are exclusive golf and social clubs for members only.
Things to consider: Hyde Park
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