What an opportunity! Don't miss this chance to build a new home in the Indian Hill School district. Conveniently located close to both Montgomery and Indian Hill, you can build with John Henry Homes at an unbeatable price.
For over 25 years John Henry Homes has been delivering exceptional semi-custom new homes in Greater Cincinnati. John Henry Homes was founded by second generation builders Jon (JOHN) and H Joshua Blatt (HENRY) with a vision of offering quality homes, flexible designs and superior service. Today, John Henry Homes is the premier midsized builder in Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky area, ranked yearly as one of the largest Tri-State home builders by the Business Courier. With a family tradition that dates back over 60 years, John Henry Homes has earned a reputation for standing behind its product.
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The Village of Indian Hill
Indian Hill is a quiet residential community located in Hamilton County, Ohio just off Interstate I-71 and I-275. It’s an affluent village with around 5,900 people on over 20 square miles. It’s rural atmosphere and reputation for safety have attracted families for decades.2
With the highest average home values in the region, Indian Hill promotes a reputation of affluence and prestige. Their school district is continually rated Excellent with Distinction and the community has hundreds of park space and acres of green space.
One of the most unique characteristics of Indian Hill is the zoning code. All of the parcels (unless grandfathered in) are restricted by the 1, 3 & 5 acre zoning requirements. This is much different than surrounding communities that cater towards smaller lot buyers with ¼ to ½ acre lots on average. Due to these restrictions and the price of homes, lots are hard to come by and carry a price averaging $400-800,000.
Additionally, Indian Hill’s rural roots and history have made it one of the most picturesque communities in the State of Ohio. With bridal trails and horse fence stretched throughout the community, you’ll think you’re deep in the county, while in fact only being 20 minutes from downtown Cincinnati.