Cincinnati Neighborhoods: Walnut Hills
Walnut Hills was incorporated into the City of Cincinnati in 1869, and many of its buildings reflect historic architecture. The neighborhood covers about 1.5 square miles, and both residents and visitors alike enjoy its close proximity to Mount Adams, Uptown, Downtown, and I-71. Walnut Hills is currently undergoing dramatic redevelopment of its historic homes, buildings, and lots to welcome more residents, retail, restaurants, and other businesses. Historic architecture, much of which saw construction between 1880 and 1920, can be spotted throughout the neighborhood, including Italianate, Second Empire, Queen Anne Victorian, and more. While many of its structures are historic, the costs are affordable, further attracting new home and business owners.
The neighborhood of Walnut Hills includes Eden Park, which offers many walking trails, ponds, and stunning views of Cincinnati and northern Kentucky across the river. Neighborhood development is led by the Walnut Hills Area Council and the Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation.