On The Market: A Sweet Steal In Silverton

Not long ago, Silverton was struggling to just stay afloat. Now, with a new elementary school and a $50 million mixed use apartment/retail/office development in the works, those days are long gone.

Photograph courtesy Justin Sheldon Photography

Even better? Last month, the Business Courier named Silverton the top greater Cincinnati neighborhood where homes were selling fastest, with an average of 9.4 days on the market and an average sale price of $148,101.

Photograph courtesy Justin Sheldon Photography

Photograph courtesy Justin Sheldon Photography

Photograph courtesy Justin Sheldon Photography

Photograph courtesy Justin Sheldon Photography

This charming, pale pink three bedroom, two-and-a-half-bath home exemplifies why. Nestled in a quiet neighborhood adjacent to both Amberley Village and Deer Park (another of the city’s fastest-selling neighborhoods), it has hardwood floors throughout, an updated eat-in kitchen and a spacious family room with French doors. Out back, the property includes a two-car garage, deck, paver patio, and a private backyard.

Photograph courtesy Justin Sheldon Photography

Photograph courtesy Justin Sheldon Photography

If you ask us, this area in general is one of Cincinnati’s best kept secrets, both for its off-the-beaten-path feel and the fact that it’s actually just minutes from the Kenwood Mall, French Park, Blue Ash, and downtown Pleasant Ridge.

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