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Terrace Park was originally settled in 1789 and officially incorporate into an official village in 1893. Terrace Park is located in Hamilton County, Ohio north-east of Cincinnati and directly west of Clermont County.
Since Terrace Park is a small village with only 1.22 square miles of land dining choices are found in neighboring communities like Mariemont, Madeira, Milford and more. Being only minutes from Downtown Cincinnati results in an easy morning and evening commute to and from the Terrace Park area. The proximity also helps Terrace Park residents be close to all that Cincinnati has to offer like the Cincinnati Reds baseball, Cincinnati Bengals football to live music concerts in US Bank Arena or at the Aronoff Center.
Terrace Park government is actively managed by a mayor and city council. Terrace Park employs full time staff to manage the day to day activities of the city. Terrace Park has its own Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services with the Emergency Medical Services being unique in that it is an all-volunteer service staffed by residents of the village.
Terrace Park is an established market with high end luxury homes being the predominant type of home you will find. A majority of Terrace Park consists of existing homes; some new construction is available and you may find older homes for sale that are meant to be torn down with something new built.
Terrace Park prices start around the $300,000 range and can exceed $1,000,000.00 for some homes. The average selling price for homes in Terrace Park 2016 was $487,730.00.
Terrace Park estimated median income for 2009 was over $135,574.00.
Terrace Park receives on average about 44 inches of rain per year and 16 inches of snow. During the hottest month of July temperatures in Terrace Park average around 87 degrees Fahrenheit and during the coldest month of January temperatures average around 21 degrees Fahrenheit.
Terrace Park is served by Mariemont City Schools (MCS). MCS serves nearly 1,684 students living in Mariemont and Terrace Park. The student teacher ratio for MCS is 18:1 and spends $18,578.00 per student.
MCS schools include:
The main shopping areas for Terrace Park lies to the west in Kenwood and to the East in Milford. To the west you will find the Kenwood Towne Centre and the Sycamore Plaza at Kenwood. There are many shopping and dining choices located in the Kenwood area. To the east in Milford there are a few dining options as well as some shopping like Target, CVS, Starbucks and more. You can also travel to the Tri-County Mall located in Springdale, which is just a north west of Terrace Park and has a number or shopping choices (Costco, Target, Best Buy etc.), dining choices and more.
Terrace Park has plenty of dining options and ever expanding entertainment options located in neighboring cities. Towards the south in Anderson Township there is Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment (has dining, gaming, and live entertainment) as well as Coney Island Amusement Park. Milford to the east of Terrace Park has a 16 screen Cinemark Theater and towards the east in Kenwood there is the 12 screen theater Kenwood Theater. Towards the north Kings Island Amusement Park lets one enjoy roller coasters and a large water park. The below list while not listing every restaurant close to Terrace Park includes some notable ones to consider.
Terrace is located approximately 15 miles via Wooster Pike and Columbia Parkway (OH-50) to downtown Cincinnati. Average commute time to Cincinnati is 28 minutes.
Terrace Park is served by the 28, 29X SORTA Metro bus line. The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is located in Hebron, KY which is approximately 40 minutes’ drive away from Terrace Park via I-275.