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Cincinnati best schhols 2020
Parents: If you’ve got school aged children and are considering a move to a new, custom built home in Cincinnati, make sure you build in a neighborhood with top notch schools, like Mason, Madeira, Sycamore, and Indian Hill. Not only are these school districts  considered to be four of the best in the Cincinnati area , they’re also located in core neighborhoods where Classic Living Homes builds.  Learn more about each of these school districts below and how they can help carve a "custom-built" future for your children.  Indian Hill Exempted School District  Indian Hill checks all the boxes. Not only is it one of Cincinnati’s most beautiful neighborhoods, its proximity to Montgomery and the city make it an ideal place to raise a family, and when it comes to education, Indian Hill really delivers.  The Indian Hill Exempted Village School District is consistentl...
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Old Montgomery – a vibrant Ohio community with amazing history   

Montgomery Ohio History
The City of Montgomery calls itself a place with a charming past and a glowing future, and we couldn’t agree more. Today, Old Montgomery, which lies at the heart of the Montgomery community, is filled with new shops and businesses (including Classic Living Home’s offices) as well as some of the best restaurants and cultural attractions in the tristate.  While Montgomery is the perfect place for families to build a future, the city also has an amazing history that’s easy to experience when you visit Old Montgomery and see its historic homes and other landmarks. This history laid the foundation for what the community is today, and why Classic Living is proud to build custom homes here.  Montgomery’s beginnings  The community of Montgomery began in the spring of 1795 when six families from the Village of Montgomery, New York, set out on a journey down to what’s now Pittsburgh...
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Exploring the magnificent parks of Indian Hill 

Stanley Rowe Arboretum
Nature lovers take note: If you’re considering building a home in Cincinnati, look no further than Indian Hill, where you’ll find some of Cincinnati’s most beautiful parks. Not only are they extremely well-maintained, but they’re also perfect places to exercise, bird-watch, or have a picnic.  And since they’re tucked away throughout Indian Hill, they’re also some of the city’s best kept secrets. Below, we walk you through some of our favorite outdoor escapes in Indian Hill.  Stanley M. Rowe Arboretum  From the moment you see the gates of the Stanley M. Rowe Arboretum, you know you’re in a very special place. You’ve got to be buzzed into the park, which evokes the feeling that you’re in a very private park (and essentially you are). This alone makes it a bit different than typical parks across the city.  What really makes the Rowe Arboretum unique is its incredible, di...
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Indian Hill's Peterloon Estate - Host to quality living once again

Peterloon Estate Indian Hill
As soon as you arrive in The Village of Indian Hill, you know you’re in a very special place. It’s apparent by the gorgeous wooded roads, peaceful parks, nature trails, exemplary shools and incredibly diverse custom home architecture. Indian Hill is also home to the Peterloon Estate, a rich and important part of Cincinnati history, as well as The Meadows at Peterloon, Indian Hill’s newest community that Classic Living Homes is very proud to a part of.  The history of Peterloon  John. J. Emery built the beautiful Peterloon Estate in 1928. As the principal developer of Carew Tower, you could say he knew a thing or two about development. In addition to Carew Tower - which at the time of completion was the tallest building west of the Alleghenies - Emery’s real estate firm was also responsible for the Terrance Plaza Hotel that featured artwork commissioned by renowne...
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