Known for its excellent school system and dedication to urban forestry, Wyoming is a city strongly dedicated to preserving its historical heritage, evidenced by its inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places since 1986. Wyoming was established as a village in 1861; many of its inhabitants were businessmen who could afford the train commute to downtown Cincinnati but preferred Wyoming’s residential neighborhood. The city’s focus has remained residential, with the current council and active residents focused on the quiet, well maintained, and historically preserved community. Centrally located, Wyoming is convenient to downtown.
Historic homes in Wyoming are primarily Victorian, including Stick, Gothic, Italianate, and Queen Anne styles; also available are Greek Revival and later Arts and Crafts bungalows and foursquares. Building dates range from 1870 to 1920; prices range from $65,000 to $950,000.
Riddle Friend House
Twin Oaks, the Reily Winchell Stout House
Wyoming Baptist Church