Forty miles north of Cincinnati, Turtlecreek Township, Ohio is conveniently located for easy commuting. I-75 runs through western side and I-71 runs through southeast corner. If you are not commuting, it’s a great place to live and work. There is a lot of farm land, so Turtlecreek feels rural and open. It surrounds, but is not part, of Lebanon, Ohio.
Turtlecreek Township, Ohio Homes
The area has a long history, so you can find turn of the last century homes and farms for sale. If you prefer something newer, there are a number of subdivisions with stunning half-million plus homes that offer space, amenities, and superb living spaces. Many homes are on one acre lots, so your neighbors will be nearby but not close. The median home value is about $250K.
Turtlecreek Township, Ohio Schools
The assigned school district depends on where in the township that you live. If the district is important, please ensure your real estate is within the chosen district. Much of the township is within the Lebanon City School District. To check out Lebanon schools, click here. Other districts include Springboro Community School District (link); Monroe Local School District (link); Middletown City School District (link); and Little Miami School District (link).
Turtlecreek Township, Ohio Parks
The township has several undeveloped parks , as well as some very nice developed parks. Warren County Armco Park is the largest park. It includes an executive 18-hole golf course and a 110-acre lake suitable for fishing and boating. There is a softball complex, tennis and basketball courts, grass and sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits and corn hole. There is also a pavilion, picnic shelters, grills, and tables, and playgrounds.
Turtlecreek Township Park has picnic shelters, walking trails and a disc golf course with lots of green space.
This area is expanding rapidly. A new subdivision, Union Village, was approved in 2017. This subdivision includes 4,500 homes over 1,400 acres. The area will include a 109-acre sports complex, senior lifestyle community, and retail space.
If you’d like to check out Turtlecreek Township, give me a call. I can help you find the perfect place – rural, suburban, classic, modern, or open land.
I am originally from Sharonville, Ohio (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.