College Hill, incorporated as a village in 1866 and later annexed to the city of Cincinnati, prides itself on its diversity of its citizens’ race, economic status, and lifestyle; diversity of its residential architecture. The neighborhood has a long history of hosting academic institutions such as Farmers’ College and the Ohio Female College; the broad, tree-lined streets of College Hill hold onto this stately air. The neighborhood is home to several historic buildings, including College Hill Town Hall and the Old College Hill Post Office.
The wide variety of architectural styles in College Hill includes Victorian Vernacular, Arts and Crafts, Colonial, and Tudor, with a small collection of large Queen Anne Victorian houses and Italian Renaissance homes with most of the home ranging in being constructed from 1890-1930. Prices range from $15,000 for fixer-uppers to $280,000.
College Hill Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation