Price Hill Incline District
The Incline District of East Price Hill rests on top of the western section of the former Price Hill Incline. This first incline in Cincinnati opened in 1874 and enabled Price Hill to become a thriving neighborhood known for its first and second generation Irish and German Catholic immigrants. The district has a plethora of views and is extremely close to downtown and expressways.
Home of the Queen’s Tower and the Prima Vista Italian restaurant, the district has recent redevelopments underway proposed by Price Hill Will and other developers and organizations. There are strong efforts in developing both commercial and residential projects in the heart of the neighborhood.
The Incline District, in which development ranges from the 1880s through today, features Italianate row houses, Shingle and Queen Anne Victorians, Colonials, and many varieties of Arts and Crafts four squares and bungalows. Prices range from fixer-uppers under $20,000 to restored true showcases, some with skyline views, up to $200,000. For a historic home, a view, and a convenient location, it is hard to get more bang for the buck than in the Incline District.
Akron Style Church by Charles Crapsey
Arts and Crafts Four Square