North Avondale is among the most architecturally distinguished of Cincinnati neighborhoods. Historic home dates range from 1890 to 1930; these homes are some of the finest examples of residential Queen Anne Victorian, Italian Renaissance, English Medieval, and Greek Revival architecture, among other styles. Businessmen such as Andrew Erkenbrecher, Robert Mitchell, Samuel Pogue, Frank Herschede, and Barney Kroger built homes on these winding streets around the turn of the century as the advent of the streetcar made these first inner-ring suburbs possible.
North Avondale is home to Xavier University and is convenient to downtown, highways, and the University of Cincinnati. The neighborhood has many residents who embrace urban living and architectural preservation, and has a strong neighborhood association, North Avondale Neighborhood Association, which focuses on the continued success of the neighborhood.
With housing prices ranging from under $100,000 to $900,000, North Avondale is among the most affordable neighborhoods per square foot which maintains its prestige of being a stable neighborhood of well maintained and preserved homes and historic condominiums.
North Avondale Neighborhood Association