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Hyde Park, Cincinnati, OH

Apartments in Hyde Park, Cincinnati, OH

The apartments for rent in Hyde Park, Cincinnati, OH are situated on the shores of the Ohio River in a bustling suburb that is on the outer edge of the bustling city center. You and your family will be able to plant your roots and start the next chapter of your lives as you immerse yourselves in the congenial Midwestern community. You will have all of the creature comforts and a plethora of recreational opportunities within driving or walking distance of your new abode and anytime that you want to experience the fast-paced lifestyle of a major city, the urban center of Cincinnati is also close by. 

Outdoor Recreation

The Hyde Park, Cincinnati, OH rentals are nearby Owls Nest Park. There, you will be able to play catch with the kids or start a pickup game of softball with the neighbors on Sunday. If your idea of fun is hitting the links, then you can always become a member of the Cincinnati Country Club. Each of the 18 hole's unique design along with the various water hazards and sand bunkers peppered throughout the course makes playing a fun and interesting challenge of golfers of all skill levels. After you've finished your match, you can cool down with a cold libation or two while you indulge in your bragging rights. 

Education

If you are looking to enroll your children in a public school, there's Mount Washington on Mears Avenue. This institution is noted for its warm and welcoming atmosphere as well as its skilled teachers and administrators who make the pupils' educational experience their number one priority. For those who want their children to attend a private school, Cardinal Pacelli has also received great reviews and is just a short drive away from the apartments for rent in Hyde Park, Cincinnati, Ohio. "Cardinal Pacelli has caring teachers, active parents, excellent extracurricular activities, and a safe, nurturing learning environment," noted one parent on the website GreatSchools.org. 

City Access

On weekends you and your family can head into the city center and explore everything that the nearby urban setting has to offer. There are a variety of great museums such as Cincinnati Art Museum, the Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal and the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum. You can also enjoy the great parks and other natural retreats like Mount Adams, the Krohn Conservatory and Eden Park. 

Additional Local Resources

Education

http://www.cps-k12.org

Electric

http://www.duke-energy.com

Water/Sewer

http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/water/‎