The City of Montgomery Ohio is one of the most sought after, premiere, family-oriented, beautiful cities within the suburbs of Cincinnati. Made up of approximately 10,000 residents, Montgomery, Ohio has a great historic past and looks to continue to improve in the future.... You will LOVE this community! Please see our Welcome to Montgomery Ohio Video to the right for more great information.
Attention home buyers: We have several listings in Montgomery that we can show you. We also have several "pocket" listings that are not yet on MLS ranging in price from $265,000 to $950,000. Please call Derek Tye, your local Montgomery Ohio Real Estate Expert, for more information at 513-478-3794.
Here is a link to the City of Montgomery Housing Report for 2015/2016.
One of our many nice neighborhoods in Montgomery is Tanager Woods. This community of 400 homes makes up the eastern border of the city of Montgomery. There are usually 1-3 homes for sale at any given time. Check with us to see for sure or we may have a pocket listing. Here is a video from the last costume parade taken in October 2012.
Derek was recently featured in the City of Montgomery's monthly newsletter sent to all the residents. The Citizen Spotlight article is linked here.
Click here to access the Montgomery Chamber of Commerce website. The Montgomery Chamber recently elected Derek Tye as the President of the organization.
Our Montgomery neighborhood has a great farmers market that is going strong. Visit Montgomery Farmers Market site.
Home values in the immediate area have seen a slight decrease in the average and median sale price since the peak of the market in 2005. The rest of the Greater Cincinnati Area has seen more decline than has Montgomery, Ohio. Prices are predicted to stay relatively stable for the next 2 years.
Founded in 1795, Montgomery, Ohio is nestled in a premium location among Cincinnati's suburbs and is always ranked as one of the most sought after places to reside. Bordered by Indian Hill, Blue Ash, Loveland and other small retail areas, Montgomery is in the heart of the North East part of Greater Cincinnati. Aside from the schools, recreation, shopping and dining that residents so enjoy, the city has maintained many of the historic landmarks and quaint buildings. In Montgomery's downtown Heritage District, you can visit more than 120 unique shops, dining establishments and service businesses. Many historic landmark properties can also be found there lined with streetlamps, brick paver walkways and the quaint historical setting that makes this part of Montgomery so charming. Among the 33 Montgomery Landmarks, eight of them are on the National Register for Historic Places.
Throughout Montgomery, residents can enjoy any of the many parks or other recreation offered here. Home to 6 parks, a nature preserve and a community pool, Montgomery's park system has over 96 acres of protected green space. Each park is not only beautiful, but filled with recreation for the entire family including walking/jogging trails, tennis courts, basketball courts, sand volleyball courts, soccer/baseball fields, playgrounds and covered picnic shelters. Each park offers a variety of classes and programs available to the residents of the community throughout the year, as well, including a "Family Movie Night" during the summer months at local parks.
Open to residents for 101 days of summer fun, the Montgomery Community Pool is the perfect place to stay cool on those hot summer days. They offer season passes for weekdays, weekends, evenings or single use entries to fit everyone's needs.
Montgomery also has many sports and recreational groups that the residents can enjoy. Many of Montgomery's neighborhoods have homeowner's associations that have many social and political functions. There are also many groups such as Mom's clubs, Kiwanis, Rotary Clubs, etc. that residents can also enjoy.
The residents of Montgomery also enjoy living in a conveniently located area with quick access to almost any area attraction with interstates that include 275, 71, 75 and Ronald Reagan Cross County highway located nearby. Seemingly endless options of eating and shopping are available throughout the Montgomery area. Many of these are unique to Montgomery alone and help make up the city's heritage and landscape.
With so many wonderful amenities, schools, neighborhoods, shops, restaurants, recreational activities and groups to enjoy as a resident of Montgomery it is easy to understand why so many families love to call this city "home". For more information on Sycamore school district watch this informational video at the top of the page.
We hope that you will enjoy our website and learning more about what Montgomery may be able to offer you and your family in the future. We know that once you are a resident you will love Montgomery as much as we do!