What is the best neighborhood in Cincinnati, money no object?The opinions expressed here are those of the individual and not those of StreetAdvisor. Report
It really depends on what you're looking for, but if money were no object for me, I would probably choose to live in Indian Hill, a ritzy Cincinnati suburb. Indian Hill is an all residential neighborhood with large homes on large lots. While I live the amenities offered in mixed neighborhoods, I really don't like having neighbors on top of me. In Indian Hill that is not a problem as lots are typically an acre or larger. Indian Hill is also conveniently located to all the places I like to go with easy access to the interstate. That being said, there are several other lovely neighborhoods in Cincinnati that I might choose if I could afford the perfect home. The Hyde Park/Mt. Lookout area has some lovely old homes that are somewhat secluded from the business areas and I find the area near Ault Park to be especially attractive. Clifton also has some nice, large homes. While I don't like neighbors on-top-of neighbors, I do like the convenience of a walkable neighborhood, so I might even consider someplace in Downtown Cincinnati/Over-The-Rhine, if I could afford the perfect property.
Forgot to mention Mariemont and Columbia/Tusculum~
Glendale is just beautiful as well!
Brian Hubert PRO 2yrs+
It definitely depends on the amenities you are looking for so it's a hard question to answer. Please elaborate and we may be able to narrow it down.