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About Blue Ash

More than 12,000 people call Blue Ash home, and it’s easy to see why. Considered one of Cincinnati’s inner suburbs, this peaceful enclave has been integral to the area since about 1791. Today, there approximately 2,000 businesses located here, including the headquarters of Sunny Delight Beverages and Citigroup’s North American Information Technology Division.

Homes for Sale in Blue Ash, OH

Homes for sale in Blue Ash, OH cover the entire spectrum when it comes to style, size and age. You’ll find condominiums, single-family residences and spacious luxury homes throughout the city, and there are several notable neighborhoods within the community that may help you further narrow your home search.

Blue Ash Schools

Two school districts – the Sycamore Community School District and the Princeton School District – serve Blue Ash through four schools:

  • Blue Ash Elementary
  • Sycamore Junior High
  • H. Greene Intermediate School
  • Sycamore High School

Colleges and Universities in Blue Ash

  • Thomas More College
  • University of Cincinnati – Blue Ash College
  • Wilmington College

Shopping and Restaurants in Blue Ash

We’re very close to the Kenwood Towne Centre, a popular Cincinnati shopping destination where you’ll find upscale shops and a handful of restaurants. The city is home to The Crossings of Blue Ash, another great shopping center, and we also have a Target and Walmart. For groceries, we have a few small, ethnic markets as well as Kroger, Pipkin’s Market and a Walgreens.

Dining is always an adventure in this town. Whether you’re looking for classic, upscale American fare (try the Brown Dog Café) or you want some south-of-the-border flavor (try El Pueblo), you’ll find it here. Some of the most popular restaurants in town include Blue Ash Chili, Sammy’s Gourmet Burgers and Beers, and Foster’s at Lake Forest.

No matter where you search for homes for sale in Blue Ash, OH, you’ll be close enough to the essentials.

Things to Do in Blue Ash

There’s plenty to do in Blue Ash, whether you’re a golfer or a history buff. Every summer, Blue Ash hosts the biggest Independence Day fireworks display in the area and the “Taste of Blue Ash” festival. The community puts on several more events throughout the year. The Farmers’ Market is open every Wednesday afternoon and into the evening from May to October.

The Blue Ash Community Golf Course is open to everyone, and Golf Digest named it one of the top 75 municipal golf courses in the U.S.

A community garden, veterans’ memorial and a handful of city parks help contribute beauty to this already-charming city. The Historic Hunt House is one of Blue Ash’s oldest standing structures, and it dates back to about 1861. The Blue Ash Pioneer Memorial and the Carpenter’s Run Pioneer Cemetery pay tribute to the city’s earliest settlers, and there are several historic sites throughout the area.

Blue Ash Commute Times

Blue Ash is moments west of I-71 and only minutes from I-75, just north of Cincinnati. Because it’s so close to these two expressways, commuting is usually easy.

From Blue Ash to:

  • Highpoint: 5.6 miles
  • Mason: 13.8 miles
  • Cincinnati: 14.6 miles
  • Lebanon: 19.8 miles
  • Owensville: 23.7 miles
  • Harrison: 25.4 miles
  • Dayton: 47.5 miles
  • Beavercreek: 48 miles

Ready to Search Homes for Sale in Blue Ash, OH?

When you’re ready to explore your options and find homes for sale in Blue Ash, OH, call us at xxx or get in touch with us online. We know everything about the area, and we’ll be glad to help you find the perfect place to live in this pretty Cincinnati suburb.