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SLIVERTON

Introductions

Silverton is a proud, venturesome town with a legacy that goes back to days soon after the Revolutionary War. The vibe of Silverton is old fashioned, yet the soul is dynamic all around. The region was settled in 1809 as a cultivating network with a railroad stop. Some prominent Silverton inhabitants are Heisman Trophy champ, Roger Staubach; Fortune 500 CEO Carl Lindner; MLB Hall of Fame part and Cincinnati Reds Shortstop, Barry Larkin; and Olympian George Quigley. Silverton now has 4,800 occupants. The town has an ongoing $50 million redevelopment venture along Montgomery Road, which is bringing extravagant lofts, office spaces, retail, and restaurants.

Overview

Along its two central avenues, the business segment is bustling. Here new stores, office buildings, and the famous Meier’s Wine Cellar can be found. The residential district has some secluded neighborhoods that can match those of the most prestigious suburbs in the area. Homes are appealing, with their unassuming pride, their magnificent trees, and very well kept grounds. These houses come in many variations of the farmhouse style, just as smaller frames and brick capes. Those looking for a network of amicable neighbors and mom and pop stores will discover Silverton has an extraordinary quality of living.

Transportation

Sovereign City Metro transport administration is promptly accessible since Silverton is on a few transport courses serving Cincinnati and rural regions past Silverton. I-71 goes through Silverton at its southern limit, bringing downtown Cincinnati inside 15 minutes’ driving time and giving snappy access toward Columbus. I-75, I-275, and the Ronald Reagan Highway are around 15 minutes away.

Emergency clinics

A few emergency clinics are serving Kennedy Heights. “Jewish Hospital Kenwood” is strategically placed on Kenwood Road in close by Sycamore Township and is just a five-minute drive. This medical clinic includes a best in class tolerant pinnacle only as a 24-hour crisis office. It is the area’s just grown-up Blood and Marrow Transplant Center. “Bethesda North Hospital,” a Level III Trauma Center, is situated in the bordering Montgomery territory and is a short 10-minute drive away.Other Cincinnati region emergency clinics, such as The Christ Hospital, Good Samaritan Hospital, University Hospital, and the Children’s Hospital Medical Center, are situated inside a 20-minute drive.

Shopping

Convenience shopping is abundant alongside Montgomery and Plainfield Roads. Kenwood Towne Center and Sycamore Plaza are a five-minute drive east of Silverton, offering many national brand stores.

Entertainment

There are two stops in Silverton. Silverton Park (Montgomery Road and Highland Avenue) is situated on the first Silverton Train Station site.  There is a replica of that station on display that presently serves as a historical center with photographs from the town’s past, including the Olympic uniform worn by Silverton local and previous Reds’ player Barry Larkin. This park additionally includes a Veterans Plaza to respect the individuals who have served. The Ralph W. Ficke Memorial Park (Montgomery and Stewart Roads) has 12 sections of land and incorporates a soccer field, baseball fields, batting confine, tennis court, two half-court b-ball courts, and an outing cover. You will appreciate strolling along the path at this beautiful park. Silverton inhabitants enjoy a yearly Memorial Day Parade, Taste of Silverton, Family Fun Walk, and tree-lighting service in December, among other network occasions. Meier’s Winery has been doing business for over 100 years, and once developed grapes ashore presently the Kenwood Towne Center. The winery initially made new grape squeeze and afterward wine. During denial, it returned to making sparkling grape juice. Following the nullification of prohibition in 1933, the organization came back to winemaking. The organization presently makes 45 kinds of wines and grape juices. The Silverton Cafe has been a nearby spot since the mid-1970s and is situated on Montgomery Road.

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489 Oakwood Ave.,
OH 2151

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800 sq ft

3 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms

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489 Oakwood Ave.,
OH 2151

600, 000 $
800 sq ft

5 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms

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659 Brandon Vall,
OH 2151

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6 Bedrooms
4 Bathrooms

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