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9321 Montgomery Road Ste. C, Cincinnati OH 45242

Montgomery

Founded in 1795, the charming community was named after the New York town of its original settlers. Today, the City of Montgomery offers a variety of flourishing neighborhoods featuring elegant single family homes, multi-family townhouses, and condominiums.

Development

Conveniently located roughly 16 miles northeast of Cincinnati, Ohio, Montgomery offers easy access to I-275, I-71, and Ronald Reagan Highway. In addition, the city features a thriving business environment. In fact, City Hall encourages local businesses, big and small, to participate in on-going within the business community.

Livability

Located roughly 16 miles from Downtown Cincinnati, the City of Montgomery is a desirable, energetic historic community with more than 10,000 residents. Its tree lined streets, traditions, and Americana-feel has made the area a true treasure.

Entertainment

The City of Montgomery is a vibrant community with a variety of boutiques, restaurants, entertainment, galleries, performance venues, and services to discover. From casual dining to high-end experiences, ethnic restaurants, cozy cafes, sports bars, and more, there are a number of options in the area.

There is always something going on in Montgomery, including several arts events hosted by the City of Montgomery Arts Commission. The organization is made up of seven volunteers with diverse backgrounds, who were appointed by City Council. Members of the City of Montgomery Arts Commission work with the Mayor and City Council to encourage a blossoming visual and performing arts community within the area.

Throughout the year the City of Montgomery partners with local organizations and businesses to offer a variety of fun festivals and events for all ages. Past events have included a Valentine’s Day Concert, Independence Day Parade, Car Show, Breakfast with Santa, and more.

Parks and Recreation

The City of Montgomery boasts an extensive park system with more than 96-acres of protected green space. With six parks, a municipal swimming pool, and a nature preserve, the area has something for residents of all ages. In addition, each park is connected by more than 10 miles of bike paths and walkways, providing convenient access.

The Montgomery Heritage District, located on Montgomery Road, is a charming area with quaint brick sidewalks lined with a variety of unique shopping, entertainment, and dining options, including Cincinnati’s famous Montgomery Inn.

Things to consider: Montgomery

  • Public Schools

    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 Sycamore School District reported on the 2016- 2017 Report Card was a "A".

Average Sales Price for 2017

$499,074

(Up +9.2% from last year)

Location

The City of Montgomery is located within 30 minutes of Downtown Cincinnati.

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Sources

www.montgomeryohio.org, education.ohio.gov, google.com/maps, and www.bestplaces.net.