Named after New York’s fashionable Hyde Park area, this neighborhood has long been considered Cincinnati’s Crown Jewel. Established in 1892, Hyde Park was annexed by the City of Cincinnati in November 1903. Located in the eastern portion of Cincinnati, Hyde Park is centrally located to Downtown, the airport and outlying suburbs. Homes in Hyde Park date from the late 1800’s to newer, in fill homes, and encompass multi-million dollar river-view estates , starter homes, modern condominiums, apartment homes and everything in between. Those that call Hyde Park home enjoy abundant entertainment options, parks, restaurants and nationally recognized schools, most of which will be within walking distance of their residence. Hyde Park Square anchors the community and offers an island park with historic Kilgore Fountain, along with specialty shops, boutiques, art galleries and many dining options. Many of Cincinnati’s schools are located in Hyde Park area, including Hyde Park Elementary, The Summit Country Day School, St. Mary School and Kilgour Elementary. Visit their website for more information.