Loveland Real Estate

Known as the "Sweetheart of Ohio," the City of Loveland is located within Hamilton, Clermont, and Warren counties.
The area was first settled in 1795 by Colonel Thomas Paxton. In 1848, William Ramsey, a son-in-law of Colonel Paxton, signed a contract to buy 189 acres of land in Warren and Clermont Counties for $7,300. This land was eventually named “Loveland” after James Loveland, who operated a general store and post office near the downtown railroad tracks. The town’s location at the junction of the Little Miami Railroad (built in 1853), which provided service from Cincinnati to Xenia, was a significant cause of population growth as Cincinnati commuters passed through the river town each day.
Listed by Beverly S Eyre of Koogler-Eyre Realtors
Listed by Gina A Dubell-Smith of EXP Realty, LLC
Listed by Kiersten Fischer of Key Realty, LTD.

Loveland - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Loveland: $676,600 / County Avg $465,300


Avg Taxes in Loveland: $6,400 / County Avg $4,600


Avg Sq. Ft. in Loveland: 3,012 / County Avg 4,909


Avg Price per/sqft in Loveland:$225 / County Avg $95


Avg Walkscore in Loveland: 21 / County Avg 16


Avg Year Built in Loveland: 1982 / County Avg 1978


Avg Days on Website in Loveland: 77 / County Avg 65


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