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Deer Park Apartments
4323 Oakwood Avenue
Deer Park, OH | Deer Park
1 Bedroom
$625
Last updated December 1 at 02:24 AM
Deer Park Apartments offers newly renovated one bedroom apartment homes. Close to the Kenwood Towne Centre and all major interstates, you can be where you need to be quickly.
1 Unit Available
7177 Maryland Avenue
7177 Maryland Avenue
Deer Park, OH | Deer Park
3 Bedrooms
$1,690
1459 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
** Sign a 15 month lease and get the first month FREE ** Take a 3D Video Tour from anywhere in the world: http://bit.ly/7177Maryland3DTour *For more information and answers to FAQs, please visit our website: www.rentimaginehomes.com/vacancies.
Results within 1 mile of Deer Park
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28 Units Available
Indian Creek
5701 Kugler Mill Rd
Kenwood, OH | Kenwood
1 Bedroom
$1,195
874 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,425
1299 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,375
1901 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Near I-71 and Kenwood Towne Center mall. Variety of floor plans. Choose from multiple bathrooms, separate dining rooms, granite counters, stainless steel kitchen appliances, and fireplaces. Community amenities include full-service bar, social director, gated entry.
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3 Units Available
Olde Towne In Kenwood
6915 Lynnfield Ct
Cincinnati, OH | Kenwood
1 Bedroom
$1,160
650 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,559
1014 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,983
1434 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:36 PM
Elegant homes with extra storage and fully equipped kitchens. Community has a basketball court, bike storage and playground. By Kenwood Towne Center for convenient shopping. Right near I-71 for easy trips to downtown Cincinnati.
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Kenwood Crest Apartments
7505 Montgomery Road
Kenwood, OH | Kenwood
Studio
$699
600 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,050
Last updated December 1 at 02:24 AM
$699 Studio!! - Spacious Studio Only $699!! Call 513-520-2712 for a tour today!! No Cats Allowed (RLNE6152769)
1 Unit Available
4109 North Ave
4109 North Avenue
Silverton, OH | Silverton
Studio
$525
1 Bedroom
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Last updated December 3 at 02:02 PM
Quiet, 1st floor, private unit in heart of Silverton. Off-street parking, walkable to HighGrain brewery and heart of the business district, food, groceries, bus route. Owner pays trash, water, sewer. Tenant pays utilities. 600 SQFT.
1 Unit Available
8920 Cherry Street
8920 Cherry Street
Blue Ash, OH | Blue Ash
4 Bedrooms
$1,840
1359 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
* Sign a 15 month lease and receive 1 month FREE rent.** Imagine Homes Management is pleased to offer 100% self-guided home tours. For more information and answers to FAQs, please visit our website: www.rentimaginehomes.com/faq.
1 Unit Available
7801 Styrax Lane
7801 Styrax Lane
Kenwood, OH | Kenwood
3 Bedrooms
$2,040
1635 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
** Sign a 15 month lease and receive 1 month FREE rent.** Imagine Homes Management is pleased to offer 100% self-guided home tours. For more information and answers to FAQs, please visit our website: www.rentimaginehomes.com/faq.
1 Unit Available
4688 Orchard Lane
4688 Orchard Lane
Kenwood, OH | Kenwood
3 Bedrooms
$2,040
1388 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
** Sign a 15 month lease and receive 1 month FREE rent.** *For more information and answers to FAQs, please visit our website: www.rentimaginehomes.com/vacancies. We do not advertise on Craigslist.
1 Unit Available
7825 Styrax Lane
7825 Styrax Lane
Kenwood, OH | Kenwood
3 Bedrooms
$1,790
1258 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:47 PM
** Sign a 15 month lease and receive 1 month FREE rent.** *For more information and answers to FAQs, please visit our website: www.rentimaginehomes.com/vacancies. We do not advertise on Craigslist.
1 Unit Available
8476 Beech Ave - 1
8476 Beech Avenue
Rossmoyne, OH | Deer Park
2 Bedrooms
$875
850 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:42 PM
Charming 2 bedroom!! 8481 Beech Ave Appreciate living within a few short minutes to all Kenwood as to offer! - Short drive to Kenwood Mall - Modern finishes - Great natural lighting - Off-street parking - Price The monthly rent is $875 Utility
1 Unit Available
6976 Rosemary Ln
6976 Rosemary Lane
Kenwood, OH | Kenwood
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1500 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Kenwood: 3Beds 2Baths Ranch, Indian Hill school!! - Property Id: 375139 May consider Rent-to-own. Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 full bath home with finished basement, a total of 2294 sqft living space.
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9 Units Available
Altitude at Blue Ash
4870 Hunt Rd
Blue Ash, OH | Blue Ash
1 Bedroom
$1,219
881 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,345
1143 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,404
1319 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
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69 Units Available
The Approach at Summit Park
10250 Gateway Pl
Blue Ash, OH | Blue Ash
Studio
$1,215
595 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,445
836 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,826
1121 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Now offering appointment only tours. Call today to schedule yours. Imagine coming home every day to the warm embrace of meticulous landscaping, a comfortable apartment home, and thoughtful amenities tailored to enhance your day-to-day life.
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2 Units Available
Anna Marie Apartments
300 Hillside Ave
Cincinnati, OH | Lockland
1 Bedroom
$595
500 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$699
641 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Welcome to Anna Marie Apartments, a small three-story brick community in the Lockland neighborhood of Cincinnati. Here you'll enjoy a country-like setting but easy access to everything the city has to offer.
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23 Units Available
Lakeshore Drive Apartments
1 E Lakeshore Dr
Cincinnati, OH | Reading
Studio
$740
500 sqft
1 Bedroom
$785
660 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$860
950 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Style, comfort, convenience, and resort-like amenities await you in Cincinnati, OH! Picture your new home surrounded by a 25-acre park, complete with a four-acre shimmering spring-fed lake.
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10 Units Available
Cincinnati Premier Living
3163 Woodford Road
Cincinnati, OH | Pleasant Ridge
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$729
688 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$899
920 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Same Great Ownership, Brand New Management! Unconventional Apartment LivingWelcome to Cincinnati Premier Living, an eclectic collection of boutique apartment buildings in Pleasant Ridge, Hyde Park, Norwood, and Mt. Lookout.
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22 Units Available
Heritage at Oakley Square
4382 Marburg Ave
Cincinnati, OH | Oakley
1 Bedroom
$1,285
828 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,650
1206 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Located in an urban living area. Apartments feature high ceilings, extra storage, and faux wood flooring. On-site club area, pool with a tanning ledge, and fire pit. Dog park on-site.
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11 Units Available
Brookstone Village Apartments
3515 Brookstone Dr
Cincinnati, OH | Oakley
1 Bedroom
$1,025
760 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,325
980 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Located in the heart of the city near parks and golf. On-site amenities include a playground, pool, and ample green space. Spacious interiors with newer appliances and ample storage.
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20 Units Available
49Hundred
4900 Hunt Rd
Blue Ash, OH | Blue Ash
1 Bedroom
$1,485
971 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,760
1310 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:37 PM
Luxury apartments with open floor plans, 9-foot ceilings, large closets and beautiful paint selections. Community features Wi-Fi throughout, resort-style pool with cabanas, and a rooftop terrace.
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13 Units Available
Red Bank Reserve
4300 Strathmore Dr Apt 8
Cincinnati, OH | Madisonville
1 Bedroom
$800
576 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$890
740 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:36 PM
Spacious apartments with blend of hardwood floors and carpet. Easy access to I-71. Eat-in kitchen and air conditioning. Walk-in closets. Community pool and playground available to all tenants. Pet-friendly complex.
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9 Units Available
Colonial Ridge
2928 Colonial Ridge Ct
Cincinnati, OH | Pleasant Ridge
1 Bedroom
$745
631 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,005
820 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 01:36 PM
Bright apartments in secluded neighborhood. In-unit laundry and extra storage. Large personal patios. Community has guest parking and 24-hour maintenance. Pet-friendly. Near Pleasant Ridge Park.
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9 Units Available
Romaine Court
4210 Romaine Ct.
Cincinnati, OH | Oakley
1 Bedroom
$855
549 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$935
751 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:36 PM
Cozy homes in the happening Oakley neighborhood. Enjoy large kitchens and new carpeting. Heat paid. Community includes picnic and grill areas. Easy access to I-71. Close to the Oakley Playground and shops and restaurants.
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7 Units Available
Hilltop
5601 Viewpointe Dr
Cincinnati, OH | Pleasant Ridge
2 Bedrooms
$1,299
1102 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,399
1171 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 01:36 PM
Conveniently situated for the local University of Cincinnati and Kennedy Heights Park, this apartment complex promises 24-hr maintenance, off-street parking and swimming pool. Rooms include wheelchair access, extra storage and eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar.
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How much is rent in Deer Park?
Apartment Rentals in Deer Park start at $600/month.
How much is rent in Deer Park?
Apartment Rentals in Deer Park start at $600/month.
How can I find a pet-friendly apartment in Deer Park?
You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Deer Park apartments that allow pets.
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You can use the pet-friendly filter to find Deer Park apartments that allow pets.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Deer Park properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
How can I tour apartments during the COVID-19 pandemic?
While some Deer Park properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Deer Park.
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The answer to this question depends on your household income and a couple of other factors. You can use our Rent Calculator to figure out how much you should spend on rent in Deer Park.
How can I find off-campus housing in Deer Park?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Deer Park. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Gateway Community and Technical College, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, and Xavier University.
How can I find off-campus housing in Deer Park?
You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Deer Park. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Gateway Community and Technical College, University of Cincinnati-Main Campus, University of Cincinnati-Blue Ash College, Union Institute & University, and Xavier University.

City Guide

Deer Park
Location has a lot to do with a place's development. Deer Park is no different. The Deer Park to Lebanon train started carrying passengers between the two towns in 1881 along the historic Highland Route. Deer Park's unique position between the Little Miami River and Great Miami River ensured the town was a part of the railway that linked Dayton to Cincinnati.
Location has a lot to do with a place's development. Deer Park is no different. The Deer Park to Lebanon train started carrying passengers between the two towns in 1881 along the historic Highland Route. Deer Park's unique position between the Little Miami River and Great Miami River ensured the town was a part of the railway that linked Dayton to Cincinnati.

A true Midwestern city, Deer Park has 5,736 inhabitants. Situated in Hamilton County, the town's ties to Cincinnati can't be ignored. Just look at all the Bengals jerseys on Sunday. However, a unique culture and atmosphere thrives within the city's boundaries. Deer Park residents are proud Deer Park has an engaged community, plenty of green space, quality housing, and just the right amount of entertainment. It's not paradise, and the mosquitoes in the summer can get pesky. Overall, though, folks don't have much to complain about in Deer Park. You won't either, so get used to it.

Moving to Deer Park

The good news: finding places to live in Deer Park isn't especially difficult. 26.2 percent of the properties are being rented, which is a very manageable rate. A well-regarded school system and low crime rate have made Deer Park a desirable location. Hence, finding something you truly adore requires some extra legwork as nice homes get swooped up like steaks at a buffet. Once you've done that, you'll have the knowledge and tools to get something spectacular.

What Would You Like?

Single family homes, which account for 74.4 percent of housing units, give you the most options when it comes to property rentals. The rest of the units are mostly apartments and condos. There are some townhomes and duplexes. A healthy number of rental listings each month ensure you can pretty much lease any of the above mentioned housing. So the first step to getting a pad that you love is figuring out what kind of pad you want.

Age Builds Character

Deer Park boasts some rather nifty old houses. You'll stumble upon some houses that have been around since the 1800's. Overall, 28.0 percent of housing units were constructed prior to 1940. Rather than checking these historic pads for ghosts and other supernatural creatures, it's advised you make sure the electrical wiring is safe, that appliances have been updated, and that the heating system runs. Even if you get a rental apartment in a relatively new building, you should still do that.

How Wonderful Summertime Is

When the sun starts to shine and school lets out for summer, the housing market gets active. You'll find more available listings in the summer than other periods. You'll find so many choices that shopping for rental housing in Deer Park will be like filling up your appetizer plate at a Charlie Sheen party. Okay, maybe it won't be that tasty, but it's still quite tasty. You probably only need two weeks to finish the process too. If you must come during another time, you need three weeks.

Greeting Your New Home

If you have the negotiation skills of Homer Bailey's agent, you may be able to discount the rent price in some way, especially if you lease from a landlord and not a management company. The key is showing you are an excellent tenant. You can do this by paying two months' rent upfront right away, by swiftly writing a check for the security deposit, and by having a credit report on hand. Past landlord references and proof of income help too. If you offer to pay even more upfront, the landlord may be willing to knock a tad off rent price or give you free heating.

Tornadoes...Oh, Come on!

While it is important that you get renters insurance to protect your stuff, the chances of tornadoes being the cause of damage are very low in the Deer Park area. Those sirens you hear from time to time are tornado warnings, but they seldom cause significant issues in the Cincinnati region. Just be prepared if the rare one does come by having insurance. Now, that information should make you more relaxed than a deer munching on flowers. Deer are always happy when they find flowers.

Moving to Deer Park
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The good news: finding places to live in Deer Park isn't especially difficult. 26.2 percent of the properties are being rented, which is a very manageable rate. A well-regarded school system and low crime rate have made Deer Park a desirable location. Hence, finding something you truly adore requires some extra legwork as nice homes get swooped up like steaks at a buffet. Once you've done that, you'll have the knowledge and tools to get something spectacular.

What Would You Like?

Single family homes, which account for 74.4 percent of housing units, give you the most options when it comes to property rentals. The rest of the units are mostly apartments and condos. There are some townhomes and duplexes. A healthy number of rental listings each month ensure you can pretty much lease any of the above mentioned housing. So the first step to getting a pad that you love is figuring out what kind of pad you want.

Age Builds Character

Deer Park boasts some rather nifty old houses. You'll stumble upon some houses that have been around since the 1800's. Overall, 28.0 percent of housing units were constructed prior to 1940. Rather than checking these historic pads for ghosts and other supernatural creatures, it's advised you make sure the electrical wiring is safe, that appliances have been updated, and that the heating system runs. Even if you get a rental apartment in a relatively new building, you should still do that.

How Wonderful Summertime Is

When the sun starts to shine and school lets out for summer, the housing market gets active. You'll find more available listings in the summer than other periods. You'll find so many choices that shopping for rental housing in Deer Park will be like filling up your appetizer plate at a Charlie Sheen party. Okay, maybe it won't be that tasty, but it's still quite tasty. You probably only need two weeks to finish the process too. If you must come during another time, you need three weeks.

Greeting Your New Home

If you have the negotiation skills of Homer Bailey's agent, you may be able to discount the rent price in some way, especially if you lease from a landlord and not a management company. The key is showing you are an excellent tenant. You can do this by paying two months' rent upfront right away, by swiftly writing a check for the security deposit, and by having a credit report on hand. Past landlord references and proof of income help too. If you offer to pay even more upfront, the landlord may be willing to knock a tad off rent price or give you free heating.

Tornadoes...Oh, Come on!

While it is important that you get renters insurance to protect your stuff, the chances of tornadoes being the cause of damage are very low in the Deer Park area. Those sirens you hear from time to time are tornado warnings, but they seldom cause significant issues in the Cincinnati region. Just be prepared if the rare one does come by having insurance. Now, that information should make you more relaxed than a deer munching on flowers. Deer are always happy when they find flowers.

Deer Park Neighborhoods and Top Apartment Communities

At only 0.87 square miles, Deer Park is not large. However, the town does feature distinct pockets. Do you want to chirp with the cardinals at the park or chat with the butterflies at the cafe? Figuring out what kind of lifestyle you want will help you determine a suitable 'hood. Most of the residential streets feature close access to major roads. That is convenient.

Deer Park: This is the center of town. Notable places in this somewhat walkable area include Chamberlain Park, Howard Elementary School, and Deer Park Delicatessen. A typical afternoon here would involve having a sandwich, reading a book, and doing somersaults. There are bus lines here.

Plainfield Road/Blue Ash Road: In the south part of town, the neighborhood around this intersection is close to Montgomery Road's action. Play at Silverton Field. Eat at Chicken On the Run. Have some wine at Barresi's Italian Restaurant. You'll find a variety of places to rent here, from apartments to detached houses. This 'hood is somewhat walkable.

Plainfield Road/East Galbraith Road: In the north part of town, Deer Park High School, Dillonvale Shopping Center, and the Deer Park Library are located here. This is the most walkable Deer Park neighborhood due to the presence of several chain restaurants and stores around the shopping center.

Deer Park Neighborhoods and Top Apartment Communities
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At only 0.87 square miles, Deer Park is not large. However, the town does feature distinct pockets. Do you want to chirp with the cardinals at the park or chat with the butterflies at the cafe? Figuring out what kind of lifestyle you want will help you determine a suitable 'hood. Most of the residential streets feature close access to major roads. That is convenient.

Deer Park: This is the center of town. Notable places in this somewhat walkable area include Chamberlain Park, Howard Elementary School, and Deer Park Delicatessen. A typical afternoon here would involve having a sandwich, reading a book, and doing somersaults. There are bus lines here.

Plainfield Road/Blue Ash Road: In the south part of town, the neighborhood around this intersection is close to Montgomery Road's action. Play at Silverton Field. Eat at Chicken On the Run. Have some wine at Barresi's Italian Restaurant. You'll find a variety of places to rent here, from apartments to detached houses. This 'hood is somewhat walkable.

Plainfield Road/East Galbraith Road: In the north part of town, Deer Park High School, Dillonvale Shopping Center, and the Deer Park Library are located here. This is the most walkable Deer Park neighborhood due to the presence of several chain restaurants and stores around the shopping center.

Living in Deer Park

With Interstate-71 close, driving is the most convenient transportation mechanism if you want to play tourist in downtown Cincinnati and traverse the greater metropolitan region. Most folks in Deer Park choose to drive, but you can actually handle most of your daily affairs within town via foot, bike, or public bus.

Step out onto Plainfield Road. You have landed in Deer Park. It does feel like a suburb of Cincinnati. After all, LaRosa's Pizzeria and Skyline Chili are common spots to eat for folks here. Dig in! Yet the city does maintain its uniqueness. And it's important to enjoy the cool things in Deer Park. Eateries like Kinneret Cafe and Rusty's Ristorante will fill you up. Bars such as Car Rock Cafe and The H always have a drink waiting for you. Kenwood Town Centre is a shopper's delight. And Chamberlain Park and French Park are great for flying kites and tossing a ball.

Whether you enjoy sipping on pop by the bus stop, cracking jokes at the cafe, or doing magic tricks at the pizzeria, you'll find Deer Park can satisfy your needs. The heart of Deer Park can be found anywhere in town. The best way to discover it is to go out and just walk around. Stop for a burger at MVP Sports Bar and Grille. Enjoy two scoops of ice cream at United Dairy Farmers. Play a round at Ridgewood Golf Course. See where the day in Deer Park takes you. Chances are it will lead to a smile across your face.

Living in Deer Park
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With Interstate-71 close, driving is the most convenient transportation mechanism if you want to play tourist in downtown Cincinnati and traverse the greater metropolitan region. Most folks in Deer Park choose to drive, but you can actually handle most of your daily affairs within town via foot, bike, or public bus.

Step out onto Plainfield Road. You have landed in Deer Park. It does feel like a suburb of Cincinnati. After all, LaRosa's Pizzeria and Skyline Chili are common spots to eat for folks here. Dig in! Yet the city does maintain its uniqueness. And it's important to enjoy the cool things in Deer Park. Eateries like Kinneret Cafe and Rusty's Ristorante will fill you up. Bars such as Car Rock Cafe and The H always have a drink waiting for you. Kenwood Town Centre is a shopper's delight. And Chamberlain Park and French Park are great for flying kites and tossing a ball.

Whether you enjoy sipping on pop by the bus stop, cracking jokes at the cafe, or doing magic tricks at the pizzeria, you'll find Deer Park can satisfy your needs. The heart of Deer Park can be found anywhere in town. The best way to discover it is to go out and just walk around. Stop for a burger at MVP Sports Bar and Grille. Enjoy two scoops of ice cream at United Dairy Farmers. Play a round at Ridgewood Golf Course. See where the day in Deer Park takes you. Chances are it will lead to a smile across your face.

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City Guide

Deer Park
Location has a lot to do with a place's development. Deer Park is no different. The Deer Park to Lebanon train started carrying passengers between the two towns in 1881 along the historic Highland Route. Deer Park's unique position between the Little Miami River and Great Miami River ensured the town was a part of the railway that linked Dayton to Cincinnati.
Location has a lot to do with a place's development. Deer Park is no different. The Deer Park to Lebanon train started carrying passengers between the two towns in 1881 along the historic Highland Route. Deer Park's unique position between the Little Miami River and Great Miami River ensured the town was a part of the railway that linked Dayton to Cincinnati.

A true Midwestern city, Deer Park has 5,736 inhabitants. Situated in Hamilton County, the town's ties to Cincinnati can't be ignored. Just look at all the Bengals jerseys on Sunday. However, a unique culture and atmosphere thrives within the city's boundaries. Deer Park residents are proud Deer Park has an engaged community, plenty of green space, quality housing, and just the right amount of entertainment. It's not paradise, and the mosquitoes in the summer can get pesky. Overall, though, folks don't have much to complain about in Deer Park. You won't either, so get used to it.

Moving to Deer Park

The good news: finding places to live in Deer Park isn't especially difficult. 26.2 percent of the properties are being rented, which is a very manageable rate. A well-regarded school system and low crime rate have made Deer Park a desirable location. Hence, finding something you truly adore requires some extra legwork as nice homes get swooped up like steaks at a buffet. Once you've done that, you'll have the knowledge and tools to get something spectacular.

What Would You Like?

Single family homes, which account for 74.4 percent of housing units, give you the most options when it comes to property rentals. The rest of the units are mostly apartments and condos. There are some townhomes and duplexes. A healthy number of rental listings each month ensure you can pretty much lease any of the above mentioned housing. So the first step to getting a pad that you love is figuring out what kind of pad you want.

Age Builds Character

Deer Park boasts some rather nifty old houses. You'll stumble upon some houses that have been around since the 1800's. Overall, 28.0 percent of housing units were constructed prior to 1940. Rather than checking these historic pads for ghosts and other supernatural creatures, it's advised you make sure the electrical wiring is safe, that appliances have been updated, and that the heating system runs. Even if you get a rental apartment in a relatively new building, you should still do that.

How Wonderful Summertime Is

When the sun starts to shine and school lets out for summer, the housing market gets active. You'll find more available listings in the summer than other periods. You'll find so many choices that shopping for rental housing in Deer Park will be like filling up your appetizer plate at a Charlie Sheen party. Okay, maybe it won't be that tasty, but it's still quite tasty. You probably only need two weeks to finish the process too. If you must come during another time, you need three weeks.

Greeting Your New Home

If you have the negotiation skills of Homer Bailey's agent, you may be able to discount the rent price in some way, especially if you lease from a landlord and not a management company. The key is showing you are an excellent tenant. You can do this by paying two months' rent upfront right away, by swiftly writing a check for the security deposit, and by having a credit report on hand. Past landlord references and proof of income help too. If you offer to pay even more upfront, the landlord may be willing to knock a tad off rent price or give you free heating.

Tornadoes...Oh, Come on!

While it is important that you get renters insurance to protect your stuff, the chances of tornadoes being the cause of damage are very low in the Deer Park area. Those sirens you hear from time to time are tornado warnings, but they seldom cause significant issues in the Cincinnati region. Just be prepared if the rare one does come by having insurance. Now, that information should make you more relaxed than a deer munching on flowers. Deer are always happy when they find flowers.

Moving to Deer Park
+

The good news: finding places to live in Deer Park isn't especially difficult. 26.2 percent of the properties are being rented, which is a very manageable rate. A well-regarded school system and low crime rate have made Deer Park a desirable location. Hence, finding something you truly adore requires some extra legwork as nice homes get swooped up like steaks at a buffet. Once you've done that, you'll have the knowledge and tools to get something spectacular.

What Would You Like?

Single family homes, which account for 74.4 percent of housing units, give you the most options when it comes to property rentals. The rest of the units are mostly apartments and condos. There are some townhomes and duplexes. A healthy number of rental listings each month ensure you can pretty much lease any of the above mentioned housing. So the first step to getting a pad that you love is figuring out what kind of pad you want.

Age Builds Character

Deer Park boasts some rather nifty old houses. You'll stumble upon some houses that have been around since the 1800's. Overall, 28.0 percent of housing units were constructed prior to 1940. Rather than checking these historic pads for ghosts and other supernatural creatures, it's advised you make sure the electrical wiring is safe, that appliances have been updated, and that the heating system runs. Even if you get a rental apartment in a relatively new building, you should still do that.

How Wonderful Summertime Is

When the sun starts to shine and school lets out for summer, the housing market gets active. You'll find more available listings in the summer than other periods. You'll find so many choices that shopping for rental housing in Deer Park will be like filling up your appetizer plate at a Charlie Sheen party. Okay, maybe it won't be that tasty, but it's still quite tasty. You probably only need two weeks to finish the process too. If you must come during another time, you need three weeks.

Greeting Your New Home

If you have the negotiation skills of Homer Bailey's agent, you may be able to discount the rent price in some way, especially if you lease from a landlord and not a management company. The key is showing you are an excellent tenant. You can do this by paying two months' rent upfront right away, by swiftly writing a check for the security deposit, and by having a credit report on hand. Past landlord references and proof of income help too. If you offer to pay even more upfront, the landlord may be willing to knock a tad off rent price or give you free heating.

Tornadoes...Oh, Come on!

While it is important that you get renters insurance to protect your stuff, the chances of tornadoes being the cause of damage are very low in the Deer Park area. Those sirens you hear from time to time are tornado warnings, but they seldom cause significant issues in the Cincinnati region. Just be prepared if the rare one does come by having insurance. Now, that information should make you more relaxed than a deer munching on flowers. Deer are always happy when they find flowers.

Deer Park Neighborhoods and Top Apartment Communities

At only 0.87 square miles, Deer Park is not large. However, the town does feature distinct pockets. Do you want to chirp with the cardinals at the park or chat with the butterflies at the cafe? Figuring out what kind of lifestyle you want will help you determine a suitable 'hood. Most of the residential streets feature close access to major roads. That is convenient.

Deer Park: This is the center of town. Notable places in this somewhat walkable area include Chamberlain Park, Howard Elementary School, and Deer Park Delicatessen. A typical afternoon here would involve having a sandwich, reading a book, and doing somersaults. There are bus lines here.

Plainfield Road/Blue Ash Road: In the south part of town, the neighborhood around this intersection is close to Montgomery Road's action. Play at Silverton Field. Eat at Chicken On the Run. Have some wine at Barresi's Italian Restaurant. You'll find a variety of places to rent here, from apartments to detached houses. This 'hood is somewhat walkable.

Plainfield Road/East Galbraith Road: In the north part of town, Deer Park High School, Dillonvale Shopping Center, and the Deer Park Library are located here. This is the most walkable Deer Park neighborhood due to the presence of several chain restaurants and stores around the shopping center.

Deer Park Neighborhoods and Top Apartment Communities
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At only 0.87 square miles, Deer Park is not large. However, the town does feature distinct pockets. Do you want to chirp with the cardinals at the park or chat with the butterflies at the cafe? Figuring out what kind of lifestyle you want will help you determine a suitable 'hood. Most of the residential streets feature close access to major roads. That is convenient.

Deer Park: This is the center of town. Notable places in this somewhat walkable area include Chamberlain Park, Howard Elementary School, and Deer Park Delicatessen. A typical afternoon here would involve having a sandwich, reading a book, and doing somersaults. There are bus lines here.

Plainfield Road/Blue Ash Road: In the south part of town, the neighborhood around this intersection is close to Montgomery Road's action. Play at Silverton Field. Eat at Chicken On the Run. Have some wine at Barresi's Italian Restaurant. You'll find a variety of places to rent here, from apartments to detached houses. This 'hood is somewhat walkable.

Plainfield Road/East Galbraith Road: In the north part of town, Deer Park High School, Dillonvale Shopping Center, and the Deer Park Library are located here. This is the most walkable Deer Park neighborhood due to the presence of several chain restaurants and stores around the shopping center.

Living in Deer Park

With Interstate-71 close, driving is the most convenient transportation mechanism if you want to play tourist in downtown Cincinnati and traverse the greater metropolitan region. Most folks in Deer Park choose to drive, but you can actually handle most of your daily affairs within town via foot, bike, or public bus.

Step out onto Plainfield Road. You have landed in Deer Park. It does feel like a suburb of Cincinnati. After all, LaRosa's Pizzeria and Skyline Chili are common spots to eat for folks here. Dig in! Yet the city does maintain its uniqueness. And it's important to enjoy the cool things in Deer Park. Eateries like Kinneret Cafe and Rusty's Ristorante will fill you up. Bars such as Car Rock Cafe and The H always have a drink waiting for you. Kenwood Town Centre is a shopper's delight. And Chamberlain Park and French Park are great for flying kites and tossing a ball.

Whether you enjoy sipping on pop by the bus stop, cracking jokes at the cafe, or doing magic tricks at the pizzeria, you'll find Deer Park can satisfy your needs. The heart of Deer Park can be found anywhere in town. The best way to discover it is to go out and just walk around. Stop for a burger at MVP Sports Bar and Grille. Enjoy two scoops of ice cream at United Dairy Farmers. Play a round at Ridgewood Golf Course. See where the day in Deer Park takes you. Chances are it will lead to a smile across your face.

Living in Deer Park
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With Interstate-71 close, driving is the most convenient transportation mechanism if you want to play tourist in downtown Cincinnati and traverse the greater metropolitan region. Most folks in Deer Park choose to drive, but you can actually handle most of your daily affairs within town via foot, bike, or public bus.

Step out onto Plainfield Road. You have landed in Deer Park. It does feel like a suburb of Cincinnati. After all, LaRosa's Pizzeria and Skyline Chili are common spots to eat for folks here. Dig in! Yet the city does maintain its uniqueness. And it's important to enjoy the cool things in Deer Park. Eateries like Kinneret Cafe and Rusty's Ristorante will fill you up. Bars such as Car Rock Cafe and The H always have a drink waiting for you. Kenwood Town Centre is a shopper's delight. And Chamberlain Park and French Park are great for flying kites and tossing a ball.

Whether you enjoy sipping on pop by the bus stop, cracking jokes at the cafe, or doing magic tricks at the pizzeria, you'll find Deer Park can satisfy your needs. The heart of Deer Park can be found anywhere in town. The best way to discover it is to go out and just walk around. Stop for a burger at MVP Sports Bar and Grille. Enjoy two scoops of ice cream at United Dairy Farmers. Play a round at Ridgewood Golf Course. See where the day in Deer Park takes you. Chances are it will lead to a smile across your face.