Overview of Cincinnati
As a resident of O'Bryonville, you'll be able to get your exercise in before embarking on some retail therapy. The area has quick access to three parks. Owl's Nest Park once housed a private estate, but was donated to the city in 1905. The city of Cincinnati made a few renovations to the land, including the construction of wrought iron gates fashioned in the style of Harvard University's. Recently, the surrounding community has decided to renovate the area.
Swing by the local Annwood Park after a long day at work to wind down. The area was donated by surrounding property owners in 1966 and later added to in 1969. The additional land was designated as a relaxation zone by the donor, void of any recreational accommodations.
Looking for more adventure outside Cincinnati's townhouse rentals? That's not a problem, thanks to the area's proximity to the Columbia Parkway and Interstate 71. A quick drive on the Columbia Parkway will take you right past the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Taft Museum of Art and right into the heart of the city. Want to venture even further? Don't worry, the Grey Hound Bus Lines has a station in the Cincinnati area.
Shop 'til you drop
O'Bryonville's townhouses have the benefit of easy access to the area's many businesses. Moving into a new place means shopping for some great furniture and decor. Styling your townhouse won't be difficult. O'Bryonville is home to the "Eclectic Mile," which features a series of independent shops where you'll be sure to find unique items. The concern isn't whether or not you'll find products to your liking - it will be choosing which ones to take home!
Local businesses participate in Third Thursday Wine Walks, which can be a great way to wind down and prepare for the final day of the work week. During these events, shops extend their hours. Each Third Thursday hosts a benefit, so you can enjoy yourself and contribute to a good cause. Additionally, local groups and organizations who make a difference in the community are rewarded a percentage of the neighborhood sales.
There are a number of restaurants and cafes scattered throughout the area to help fuel your shopping trips. In addition, there are many services available in the area that will help increase the comfort of living in your new townhouse in Cincinnati.
Stay fit too
If you're not a big fan of exercising in parks, you'll want to look into the walking and running programs offered by Bob Roncker's Running Spot, a local store. Get to know your neighbors and surrounding community members and participate in these events. You can also broaden your social circle by attending the Flying Pig Marathon, which runs right through O'Bryonville. It's a great chance to cheer on marathoners and meet new people without having to leave your neighborhood.
You won't have to worry about cookie cutter decor when you move into the townhouses in O'Bryonville. The "Eclectic Mile" provides plenty of shopping options. The proximity to a number of parks will help keep you healthy. The quick commute into downtown Cincinnati will let you enjoy the city life without the congestion. If you're a shopper who's interested in staying fit and venturing into the city every so often, O'Bryonville is the place for you.