Hyde Park was established in 1892 by Cincinnati businessmen who wanted an exclusive community for the wealthy and named it after New York’s Hyde Park. The area was annexed by the City of Cincinnati in 1903.
Hyde Park is an urban community where people of all ages enjoy the convenience of being centrally located and only minutes from downtown. Throughout this community, older homes are lovingly care for in an urban setting with a suburban vibe. Boasting original exteriors, these homes have modern, up-to-date features for today's living standards. One finds homes of all sizes as well as apartments, condominiums and townhouses.
Head up the hill and there are larger home estates with magnificent Ohio River views as well as wondering streets of beautiful lawns featuring exceptional properties. Homes near Madison Road or Observatory and Erie Avenues may be on smaller lots, but still have beautiful facades and well-planned interior spaces. Hyde Park is a very hip place to live!
Wherever one lives in Hyde Park, residents love to take advantage of walking their neighborhood whether to enjoy a meal, coffee, drink at a pub or shopping. Dog walking and jogging are very popular activities, too.