Located north of downtown and west of Norwood, Paddock Hills is characterized by cul-de-sac streets, stands of poplars and pin oaks (many of which were planted when the homes were built), and a mix of historic and Modern architecture. The neighborhood was annexed by Cincinnati in 1903; at the time, Paddock Hills was primarily rural, but soon experienced a boom of carefully planned residential development led by John Spilker.
Most of the historic homes in Paddock Hills are Tudor Revival, with some Arts and Crafts varieties; these homes were built between 1910 and 1935 and range from $60,000 to $190,000.
Paddock Hills Assembly
Tudor Revival with half timbering