The following information about the Raven's Run neighborhood of homes in Anderson Township, Ohio area and real estate market is presented by Realtor Paul Sian of United Real Estate Home Connections. If you have any questions about the Riverview Estate real estate please get in touch with me. As a long time Anderson Township resident and Realtor I have the expertise you need. Read more about Raven's Run below.
Listed below are homes for sale in Ravens Run in Anderson Township, OH, a township located in Hamilton County. These Anderson Township real estate listings are updated multiple time a day from the MLS and include large photos, maps, local school info and more.
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The Ravens Run community starting construction in the early 1990s. Homes here feature four or more bedrooms with prices starting in the $500,000.00 range and going up. Minutes away from downtown You can read more about the community of Anderson Township where Ravens Run is located.
Anderson Township originally settled in 1788 was later organized into an official township in 1793. Named one of Greater Cincinnati’s most livable neighborhood, Anderson Township is located in Hamilton County, Ohio just east of Cincinnati and west of Clermont County.
Being named one of Greater Cincinnati most livable neighborhood means Anderson has plenty to offer for everyone. From a variety of dining options to many parks and recreational facilities ensure a vibrant community for all to enjoy. Being only minutes from Downtown Cincinnati results in an easy morning and evening commute. The proximity also helps Anderson residents visit all that Cincinnati has to offer from Cincinnati Reds baseball, Cincinnati Bengals football to live music concerts in US Bank Arena or at the Aronoff Center.
The Township Government is actively managed by three elected trustees. In addition the Township employs full time staff to manage the day to day activities and also relies on citizen volunteer boards to assist with governance. Anderson Township maintains its own fire department and contracts with the Hamilton County Sheriff for police services.
Anderson Township is an established market with many different neighborhoods to chose from. A majority of Anderson neighborhoods have existing homes; some new construction is available; and there is also undeveloped land which could be used for residential purposes. Condos and apartments represent a smaller portion of the residential options in Anderson Township.
Anderson Township has a large selection of single family homes to choose from considering it is spread out over 30.3 square miles. Prices start around the $70,000 range and can exceed $1,000,000.00 in some areas like Riverview Estates. While that may seem like a large range the average selling price for Anderson homes in 2014 was approximately $248,000.00. As a result there are a lot of options for potential home buyers seeking to move into Anderson Township.
Anderson Township unemployment rate is 4.8% with job growth of 2.29%. 10 Year job growth is predicted at 39.80%. Average household income is $88,147. Sales tax is charged at a rate of 6.75% and income (state income tax only, no local income tax) is 4.76%.
Anderson Township receives on average about 39 inches of rain per year and 14 inches of snow. July temperatures in Anderson average around 88 degrees fahrenheit and January temperatures average around 22 degrees Fahrenheit.
Anderson Township is served by the Forest Hills School District (FHSD). The FHSD serves nearly 7,600 students living in Anderson Township and the Village of Newtown. The student teacher ratio for FHSD is 19:1 and spends $8,895.00 per student.
FHSD schools include:
Anderson Township parks are run by the Park District. Major parks and facilities include:
Additional information on all the parks and recreation facilites can be found at the Anderson Township Park District website.
The main shopping area for Anderson Township lies along Beechmont Avenue. Home to many small shops, restaurants, and retail outlets Beechmont Avenue is the heart of Anderson Township. Large retail stores such as home items, apparel, clothing store Macy’s and grocery store Kroger’s are found right at the corner of Beechmont Avenue and 5 Mile road as anchor tenants. Many smaller stores, offices and food establishments are located by close by to Macy’s and Krogers. Further down Beechmont east of 5 Mile you will find bakeries, donut shops, fast food, car service shops and more.
When open for the season starting in April the Anderson Farmer’s Market features locally made handcrafted soaps, fresh meat, fresh produce and more. Recently the Farmers Market started hosting food trucks from the local area and feature local live bands. Located in the Anderson Center Station parking lot off of 5 Mile Road the Farmers Market opens every Saturday from 9am to 1pm from April to September.
Anderson Township has plenty of dining options and ever expanding entertainment options. In addition to Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment (has dining, gaming, and live entertainment) a movie theater is in the works and is set to be built on 5 Mile Road and Beechmont. The below list while not listing every restaurant in Anderson includes some restaurants to consider.
Arthur's Cafe (burgers, sandwiches, brews and more)
The Pelican’s Reef (seafood)
El Coyote (Tex-Mex)
Clough Crossings (mixed fare)
Anderson Township is located approximately 15 miles via freeway to downtown Cincinnati on a route that goes through Northern Kentucky via I-275 and I-471. Average commute time to Cincinnati is 24 minutes.
Anderson Township is served by the 24, 30X, 75X and 81X SORTA Metro bus line. The 75X bus line runs direct to downtown Cincinnati from Anderson Township via freeways, whereas the 24, 30X, and 81X pass through other suburbs.
Anderson Center Station.
The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is located in Hebron, KY which is approximately 30 minutes drive away from Anderson Township via I-275.