St. Bernard

An independent community situated near the heart of Cincinnati, this community was settled by John Ludlow in 1793, initially named Ludlow and part of the Mill Creek Township. In 1850, John Bernard Schroeder purchased and auctioned off ninety lots on what is now Vine Street, renaming the area as St. Bernard.

The Village was incorporated in 1878 and quickly grew with its proximity to the Miami Erie Canal and railroads. This spurred industry such as Proctor and Gamble’s Ivory Soap and numerous other business. St. Bernard has continues to thrive as its own independent community, but connected by commerce with the City of Cincinnati.

Homes in St. Bernard range from $100,000 to $375,000. Most historic homes are Foursquares, Arts and Crafts bungalows, with a smaller collection of Vernacular Victorians.


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