Terrace Park Real Estate Information

Terrace Park is a relatively small community situated in the Buckeye State of Ohio. Terrace Park has a population of approximately two thousand three hundred residents, making it comparatively small for incorporated communities in the same situation. Terrace Park is technically considered a village of Hamilton County, which is found in the southwestern portion of the state of Ohio. Terrace Park encompasses a total area of about one and a third square miles, of which only a small fraction are bodies of water. Terrace Park is an almost exclusively homogeneous community, potentially because the comparatively high levels of household income when compared with the rest of the communities in the region. A plurality of Terrace Park residents are under the age of eighteen, making the community one of the younger in Hamilton County.

The original residents of what is now considered Terrace Park was originally inhabited by Shawnee Indians, one of the Native American tribes that was considerably hostile towards American settlers. The first non-Native American to settle in the Terrace Park region was Abraham Covalt, who established a community known as Covalt Station in the current location of Terrace Park. Covalt Station was not a permanent settlement, however, primarily due to the repeated attacks of the Shawnee, who were finally dissuaded by a fierce military campaign waged by General Anthony Wayne. Terrace Park began to emerge as a agricultural and subsistence farming community shortly thereafter, and was officially incorporated as a village in the year eighteen ninety three. Today, Terrace Park is a residential community that is generally considered upscale/elite.

The educational needs of Terrace Park are generally addressed by the Mariemont City Schools, which include Terrace Park Elementary, Mariemont Junior High, and Mariemont High. Attractions situated in and around Terrace Park include the Row House Gallery, the Terrace Park Country Club, the Promont House Museum, and the Showcase Cinemas Milford River. Recreational facilities near Terrace Park include Riverside Ball Park, Clepper Park, Daniel Drake Park, and the Stanley Rowe Arboretum. Terrace Park is also located relatively close to the major urban center of Cincinnati, which offers the conveniences of the third largest city in the state of Ohio.