Founded in 1795, the Village of Indian Hill began as a thriving farming community. In the early 1900s, businessmen from Cincinnati started to take notice of the areas beauty and began purchasing farmhouses. The beautiful properties were soon transformed into luxurious weekend retreats.
Today, the Village of Indian Hill continues to attract those looking for a quiet residential community with a rural-like atmosphere. Encompassing nearly 20 square miles, the area has built a reputation for safety, rich history, and strong sense of community.
Though technically a city, the Village of Indian Hill continues to maintain a small town feel with ample green space. In fact, the city has a Welcomers Club that is dedicated to helping new neighbors get acclimated with their new surroundings.
The residents of the Village of Indian Hill value the firm administration of zoning ordinances, and the Planning Commission’s dedication to maintaining the areas rural quality. After all, the only brick and mortar business in the area is The Camargo Club, a private country club with an 18-hole golf course designed by Seth Raynor in 1925.
Located within 20 minutes of Downtown Cincinnati, the Village of Indian Hill is a highly desirable community with plenty of green space. With nearly 3,000 acres of protected green space, the Village of Indian Hill is a unique gem in the area.
Located roughly 20 minutes from Downtown Cincinnati, less than 10 minutes from Kenwood, and five minutes from Madeira, there’s plenty of entertainment options for residents to choose from including boutiques, shopping centers, dining, and much more.
Parks and Recreation
The parks and recreation opportunities in the Village of Indian Hill are endless. From tennis courts to baseball and softball diamonds, soccer and lacrosse fields, basketball courts, walking paths, 75 miles of bridle trails, playground and picnic areas, the Village of Indian Hill has it all.
In addition to 11 parks, the Village of Indian Hill features a Shooting Club, Winter Club, Historical Society, Swim and Tennis Club, Equestrian Club, Indian Hill Performing Arts Academy, and Grand Valley Preserve for residents to participate in and enjoy.
Things to consider: Indian Hill
Per the Ohio Department of Education website, Ohio School Report Cards give each community a clear picture of the progress of the district and schools in raising achievement and preparing students for the future. Ohio School Report Cards data shows educators, school administrators and families where their schools are succeeding as well as areas where they need to improve. Schools and districts report information for the Ohio School Report Cards on specific marks of performance - called measures- within six broad components - Achievement, Progress, Gap Closing, Graduation Rate, K-3 Literacy and Prepared for Success. The Department gives letter grades on each of the six components and most of the individual measures. For the purposes of this summary, the letter grade for "Achievement" is shown. You are encouraged to review the Ohio School Report Cards in detail (see Ohio Department of Education website). The "Achievement" grade for the Madeira City School District reported on the 2016- 2017 Report Card was a "A".
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