Amberley

The village of Amberley, OH was incorporated in 1940. Housing options here include traditional to contemporary—many on large landscaped lots. The winding streets and wooded areas enhance the area’s rural charm. There are no restaurants or strip malls, but it is minutes away to shopping, dining and many other Cincinnati amenities. Bethesda North Hospital and Jewish Hospital Kenwood are nearby. It is home to French Park, donated by Herbert C. French, one of Amberley’s founding fathers who named the place after a village in England he enjoyed visiting. The park is great for hiking, picnicking and enjoying nature. This fall 2008, the area will have a new community center on Ronald Reagan Highway and Ridge Road, a portion of the Rockdale Temple site. The Jewish Federation is building the $40-million Mayerson Jewish Community Center featuring a lot of amenities (indoor water park with a lazy river & slide, 800-seat auditorium, fitness center, a café and a day camp and preschool programs). Amberley publishes a quarterly newsletter and has a Beautification Committee recognizing residents for their outstanding garden work.

 

Property Showcase