Walnut Hills is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Cincinnati, Ohio and is well known for its wonderful views. The community contains many beautiful Victorian style homes and several of the community's buildings feature historic architecture. Walnut Hills Cincinnati actually contains several historic districts, including the Peebles' Corner Historic District that is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. It also contains part of Eden Park, a large park that contains the Krohn Conservatory, the Cincinnati Art Museum, and the Playhouse in the Park. In addition, the park hosts the annual Balluminaria hot air balloon glow and many other festivals throughout the year. Many residents of Walnut Hills also enjoy being just a mile away from the University of Cincinnati.
There are many apartments for rent in Walnut Hills Cincinnati, with complexes containing a wide variety of units. The average rent prices range from approximately $675 rent per month for a one bedroom apartment to $1050 per month for a three bedroom, two bath apartment. Amenities at these area apartments include controlled access, covered parking, laundry facilities, high speed Internet access, and kitchens with a dishwasher, refrigerator and stove.
Residents of Walnut Hills, OH benefit from the many recreational opportunities at Eden Park. The park contains many beautiful walking paths that wind past a gazebo, the Bettman Fountain, Hinkle Magnolia Garden and Mirror Lake. For shopping options, the community is near many local shopping centers such as the Surrey Square Mall Shopping Center, Park Town Shopping Center, Rookwood Commons Shopping Center and Avondale Town Center. There are also plenty of local restaurants that residents enjoy, including Bakersfield, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse, the Palace Restaurant and The Rookwood. The convenient location of Walnut Hills Cincinnati also places it within minutes of the many shops, restaurants and nightlife of downtown.
The apartments in Walnut Hills Cincinnati are mostly pet-friendly so residents can enjoy cuddling up with their favorite pet. The streets in the community are perfect for walking a dog, and there are several nearby dog parks such as the Armleder Dog Park, Mt. Airy Dog Park, Wags Park and Fido Field. There are also many local veterinarians that are happy to provide pet care, including the Animal Hospital on Mt Lookout Square, Oakley Square Animal Hospital, VCA Tennessee Avenue Animal Hospital and Pleasant Ridge Pet Hospital. Pet food and other supplies are available at nearby stores such as PetSmart and Jack's Pets.
Residents of the Walnut Hills benefit from an easy commute into downtown Cincinnati and the surrounding suburbs with Interstate 71 access less than a mile away. In addition, the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority provides convenient bus service between the community and downtown Cincinnati on multiple local bus routes.
Walnut Hills is in the Cincinnati Public School District and is home to the Walnut Hills High School, a public college-preparatory high school that has been ranked as one of the best high schools in the United States. Other local public schools include Frederick Douglass Elementary School, Lincoln Elementary School, William H. Taft Elementary School and Mount Auburn International Academy. There are also several local private schools, such as Aldersgate Christian Academy, St. Francis De Sales School, and St. Ursula Academy.