An exciting period of unmatched growth – Montgomery is enjoying a renaissance and for good reason. Not only does the community feature incredible dining and shopping options, it’s also home to great schools, plenty of green space, and of course, a wonderful historic town center.
Today, you’ll find incredible custom built homes in Montgomery, and while it’s bustling with new homes and businesses, it’s also a place that honors timeless tradition. When you build a custom home in Montgomery, it’s one you’ll live in for generations to come.
We came up with our top five reasons for living in Montgomery, listed below. But there are many more reasons to make this great community your home.
Great school options – Montgomery is part of the Sycamore school district, known for its innovative approach to education and dedication to helping students achieve academic excellence. Routinely rated one of the best school districts in the U.S., Sycamore schools are a big reason why families move to Montgomery.
Of course, if you’re looking at private schools for your kids, Montgomery is ideal thanks to its close proximity to Cincinnati Country Day School and Moeller High School.
Beyond schools, Montgomery is a great place for families because it’s extremely safe. The City of Montgomery features a plethora of kids programs at its recreation center, and it’s close to epic Kings Island amusement park and the Lindner Family Tennis Center, which offers plenty of summer/seasonal employment opportunities for teens.
Restaurants and shopping galore – Of course Montgomery is home to the iconic Montgomery Inn, but if you’re not in the mood for ribs, you’re in luck. From Carlo & Johnny to Pacific Kitchen, there’s something for everyone in Montgomery. Mei Japanese Restaurant is a must for those who love Japanese fare, as is Senate, the lauded Over-the-Rhine restaurant that recently opened a second location in the Montgomery/Blue Ash area.
The Shops at Harper’s Point offer a relaxed, low-stress, neighborhood shopping experience, and while Montgomery is in close proximity to Cincinnati’s premier shopping experience – Kenwood Towne Center. Histoic Montgomery Village sits at the center of it all and features plenty of boutiques and unique shops to experience.
Ample green space – One thing you’ll notice as soon as you arrive in Montgomery is how green it is, which makes sense when you learn that its park system features 96 acres of green space. All the parks and its nature preserve connect thanks to ten miles of sidewalks. This makes Montgomery one of the most walkable communities in Greater Cincinnati.
And if your idea of enjoying green space involves a tee time, you’ll be happy to learn that Montgomery is central to three country clubs – Kenwood, Losantiville, and the Wetherington Golf and Country Club, so you’ve got a tough decision to make.
Proximity – Although Montgomery offers plenty of green space that makes you feel like you’re far away from the city, you’re actually not. Downtown Cincinnati and vibrant neighborhoods like Hyde Park, Mount Adams and Over-the-Rhine are just a quick 20 minute drive away. So when you live in Montgomery, you’ll reap the benefits of living in a quiet, peaceful community while still being close to all of Cincinnati’s cultural hotspots.
Career Opportunities – Major hospitals including University, Christ, and Bethesda North have already opened locations near Montgomery and other major employers have followed suit with offices in the Mason/Montgomery area. In fact, Classic Living Homes recently opened an office in the heart of Montgomery.
A remarkable place to live – Montgomery is consistently ranked as one of the top places to live in Greater Cincinnati and Classic Living Homes is proud to build homes in this amazing community. Take a look at Classic Living properties in Montgomery and let us know if you’d like to learn more about this great location to build a new home.