Located in the Northeastern part of the city, Madisonville was annexed to the City of Cincinnati in 1911. Initially settled in 1809 as a rural community named Madison in honor of the fourth President James Madison, Madisonville has been known for its strong sense of integration and diversity since migration after the Civil War.

Adjacent to Oakley, Hyde Park, Mariemont and Kenwood, Madisonville is central to the East side and a short drive to downtown. The Madisonville Fire Company, Station 49, built in 1900 is one of the oldest operating stations in Cincinnati.

Homes in Madisonville range from $100,000 to $775,000 with some Vernacular Victorians, although most are Foursquares and Arts and Crafts built between 1900-1950.


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