The City of Montgomery, founded in 1795, is rich in history and diversity. Much of that history is preserved in the eclectic buildings scattered throughout the Heritage District and surrounding neighborhoods. Many of the area buildings and homes are registered landmarks and add to the quaintness of the community.

Today, Montgomery is a thriving northeastern suburb of Cincinnati, situated with easy access to three main highways. Montgomery spreads over 5.2 square miles and has a population of approximately 10,000 residents who have a respect for tradition and an admiration for the “Americana” feel of a community with a well-preserved history.

The 3,600 homes within Montgomery offer diverse options, ranging from large family homes, to comfortably-sized condominiums and ranch-style homes that are perfect for empty-nesters and young professionals. The addition of the Twin Lakes Retirement Community in 2004 and the development of the Vintage Club just north of I-275 expanded housing options and added to the vitality of the community.

Montgomery is a well-planned, aesthetically pleasing residential community with a well-balanced mix of accessible retail and medical services. Our “neighborhoods” offer a sense of community by enabling relationships that bring about a true feeling of belonging. The miles of sidewalks make Montgomery very walkable and the connectivity brings people together.

There are also several prominent private schools located in or near Montgomery, including Ursuline Academy, Moeller High School, and Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy. These schools are also recognized for their quality private education opportunities for Montgomery students.


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