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Mount Adams, Cincinnati, Ohio

Mount Adams a Cincinnati neighborhood was settled in the early 1800s and was originally called Mount Ida after a local resident.  The area was later renamed Mount Adams in honor of President John Quincy Adams.  During the 1830s Mount Adams became known nationwide for its wine after a local attorney Nicholas Longworth purchased the mansion that is now the Taft Art Museum and land in the area for the purposes of growing grapes.  Mount Adams attractions include the Cincinnati Art Museum, Playhouse in the Park and the Rookwood Pottery (which was opened by Maria Longworth, granddaughter of Nicholas Longworth).

-Mount Adams, falls within the Cincinnati zip code of 45202

Mount Adams, Cincinnati Real Estate Market

Mount Adams being a smaller neighborhood of Cincinnati has an average selling price of $254,000.  Prices ranges from more than one million down to the mid to lower one hundred thousand.  Due to its hilly nature some homes are built into a hill. Mount Adams offers very limited availability of new construction and sometimes involves tearing down old homes, modern home styles, condos, luxury condos, and more.

Climate

Mount Adams, Cincinnati receives on average about 42 inches of rain per year and 14 inches of snow. July temperatures in Mount Adams average high is around 87 degrees Fahrenheit and January temperatures average high is around 39 degrees Fahrenheit.

Commute/Transportation

Mount Adams is located right next to downtown Cincinnati and in most parts of Mount Adams downtown Cincinnati can be reached in about 15-20 minute walk. Drive time should be 10 minutes or less to downtown Cincinnati. 

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is located in Hebron, KY which is approximately 18 minutes’ drive away from Mount Adams via I-71 and I-275.

Mount Adams is served by the Cincinnati Metro Bus Routes 1, 11, and 31 which will get one downtown for under two dollars fare.

Mt. Adams Homes & Real Estate in Cincinnati

Listed below are homes for sale in Mt. Adams, a neighborhood in Cincinnati, OH. These Mt. Adams real estate listings are updated multiple time a day from the MLS and include large photos, maps, local school info and more.

If you're interested in any of these Mt. Adams homes, condos and townhomes, you can request more info and schedule a showing from the detail page of each of these listings. We have access to the past sales history and disclosure of each property, and the local knowledge to help you interpret them. We can also provide you with the dates and prices of properties that have recently sold nearby in Cincinnati.

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Mt. Adams July 29, 2021
1
Listed
121
Avg. DOM
$187.43
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$999,000
Med. List Price
1 Property
$999,000
Subdivision: Mt. Adams
3
Beds
3
Baths
5,330
Sq.Ft.
1896
Year Built
122
Days on Site
1694720
MLS
Exceptional city living in heart of Mt. Adams. grand kitchen, gorgeous appointments, wonderful space, LL in-law suite, decks, views, patios, 2 assigned garages, why wait to build, this has it all...
The data relating to real estate for sale on this Web site comes in part from the Broker Reciprocity programs of the MLS of Greater Cincinnati, Inc. Those listings held by brokerage firms other than United Real Estate Home Connections are marked with the Broker Reciprocity logo and house icon. The properties displayed may not be all of the properties available through Broker Reciprocity. Data last updated July 29, 2021.

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