If you are looking for a small town within commuting distance of big city amenities, check out Clarksville, Ohio. You’ll find this tiny town 56 minutes northeast of Cincinnati along Hwy 22 and not far from I-71.
Like many small towns in Ohio, Clarksville is a farming town and many of the businesses are geared to support farming. Within the last few years, Clarksville has seen job growth.
Clarksville, Ohio Homes
You’ll find the cost of living much lower than in the city. The median home price is $78,600. Homes run the gamut from modern with every amenity to open land. There are lovely-turn-of-the-last-century homes that need a little just TLC to bring them back to their old glory. If you’d like to build or have room for animals, there are lots of land for sale. For a look at what is available. Follow this link.
Clarksville, Ohio Schools
The schools are run by the Clinton-Massie School District. The schools are among the leaders in improving state test results. For more information on the school district, click here.
Clarksville, Ohio Fun
The area offers two unique opportunities for outdoor fun – One-Dearings Lavender Farm and Bonnybrook Farms. If you have always dreamed of visiting Provence, France and wandering through fields of lavender but you can’t make it, try out a local opportunity. One-derings grows and creates lavender scented products, and hosts lavender-centered luncheons and craft activities. Great smells and great tastes!
Bonnybrook Farms offers a many different opportunities to experience rural Ohio. Whether you are looking for a wedding venue, mountain bike races, family friendly farm experiences or field trips, Bonnybrook offers it. This 370 acre working farm will bring you back to Ohio’s roots.
Bonnybrook Farms is hosting two activities for the outdoor enthusiast. On October 7, compete in the Twisted Twig Mountain Bike Race and Ride. Whether you want to race or just ride on Bonnybrook’s mountain bike trails, this is a great opportunity. At the end of October, join the Great Pumpkin Trail Run/Walk. Run or walk through fields, wooded trails and the corn maze. When you are finished, enjoy a glass of cider and enjoy the other events happening on the farms.
I am originally from Sharonville, Oh (a suburb of Cincinnati) and I know the Cincinnati/northern Kentucky area. As an active resident, I can help you find just the right area, town, and property for you. I’ll help you sell your Greater Cincy property, as well. If you are interested in real estate for sale in around Cincinnati, Ohio or northern Kentucky, please contact Cincinnati Rock-n-Roll Realtor® Gary Rossignol at (513) 777-2402 or search for a home now.