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Two Lots Left in the Welcoming Clough Chase Neighborhood In Anderson Township

2117 Clough Chase Drive, Anderson Twp, OH 45244

Property Description

Our Popular Patterson Floor plan has over 2,900 sq. ft., soaring 2 story great room, open floor-plan with sunroom, chef's kitchen, upgraded features throughout, luxury bath with freestanding tub and walk in shower. Still time to finish lower level!

Lot 13 Clough Chase - Custom Home Anderson Township

2104 Clough Chase Drive, Anderson Twp., OH 45244

Property Description

The Marquette Ranch in Anderson! With over 2,000 sf, 9' ceiling open floor plan, this home is perfect for entertaining. Spacious gourmet kitchen & dining area with walkout to covered patio. Great room with stunning coffered ceiling. Luxurious master suite with walk-in closet opens to laundry room. See More Details Here.

Lot 1 Clough Chase - Custom Home Anderson Township

For more information about these lots please reach out to Sales Consultant

Cathy Hall 513-442-5555

Clough Chase - Welcoming Community of Anderson Township, OH

A suburb of Cincinnati, OH, Anderson Township is a community of just over 44,000 residents located in southeastern Hamilton County, with proximity to the Little Miami and Ohio Rivers. This suburban area is prized for its sparse (medium-low) population density and open feel. 

With friendly neighborhoods, outstanding schools, and opportunities to enjoy green spaces, Anderson Township is considered one of the most desirable suburban communities in the state. Over 80% of homes are owner-occupied in Anderson Township. What benefits will you enjoy when you make Anderson Township your home?

The Rich History of Anderson Township

Named for American soldier, lawyer, and politician Richard Clough Anderson, Sr., Anderson Township was founded in 1793. Settlements first sprouted at the mouth of the Little Miami River and extended along its banks and into farming outposts.

However, the region remained relatively unpopulated until the middle of the 20th century, following WWII. Infrastructure projects like the completion of the Beechmont Levee and nearby Interstate 275 and Interstate 471 increased access and spurred continuous growth in this Cincinnati suburb.

Friendly Neighborhoods

Neighborhoods separated by ample green space characterize Anderson Township, creating pockets of smaller, close-knit communities within the larger region. Residents describe the community as clean, peaceful, and family-friendly, with safe, walkable neighborhoods.

Those who live in Anderson Township enjoy activities like hiking and camping, along with gardening and home improvement. The community is relatively quiet, but the bordering freeways offer quick and easy access to endless entertainment in nearby Cincinnati.

Exceptional Schools

The Forest Hills School District (FHSD) serves areas of southeastern Hamilton County, including students and families in Anderson Township. This public school district, comprised of six elementary schools, one middle school, and two high schools, ranks high for academics, teachers, administration, clubs and activities, sports, and college prep.

The teacher ratio is 18:1 and test scores show students are proficient in math and reading. FHSD ranks in the top 1% for districts with the best teachers in Ohio and the top 5% for best school districts in the state.

The district operates on a collaborative cultural blueprint that values connections, ownership, and growth. Within these tenets, the district strives to foster positive relationships, accept responsibility with passion and purpose, and create a better today to transform tomorrow. Students enjoy innovative academic programs and access to over 100 enriching extracurricular activities.

Connecting With Nature

Anderson Township is committed to protecting green space, with parcels scattered throughout the region thanks to a levy that provided funding to purchase hundreds of acres. The township currently features over 780 acres of protected land that allows residents to enjoy the beauty of nature, along with improved air and water quality.

Residents and visitors have ample access to hiking, biking, and outdoor recreation in popular areas like Beech Acres Park, W. M. Johnson Hills Park, Juilfs Park, Veterans Park, and more. 

Some of these parks offer paved or gravel trails, as well as wooded terrain and amenities like children’s play areas, sports fields, and Parcourse FitCircuit equipment. Ault Park features landscaped gardens, nature trails, and a historic 1930s pavilion.

Activities and Entertainment

Although Anderson Township is a quiet community, there’s no shortage of activities and entertainment nearby. Downtown Cincinnati is a mere 10-15 minute drive via I-275 and I-147, providing access to dining, shopping, and entertainment ranging from zoos and museums to concerts and sporting events.

Closer to home, residents can enjoy casino games, concerts, and more. You might hit up the game tables or cheer on your favorite horses and riders at the Belterra Park (formerly River Downs) casino and racetrack. The Riverbend Music Center boasts an expansive calendar of talented performers throughout the year, with season ticket packages available. Scenic canoe excursions offer a great way for family and friends to enjoy summer weather on the water.

Finding Your Forever Home in Anderson Township

If you’re looking for a quiet community in Ohio that offers access to nature and proximity to ample entertainment opportunities, you’ll get the best of both worlds when you choose Anderson Township. This welcoming area is known for friendly neighbors and charming neighborhoods and is distinguished as Ohio’s first Greenspace Township. It’s a wonderful place to plant roots, raise a family, and enjoy a relaxed lifestyle.

Ashford Homes is pleased to offer custom homes for sale throughout Ohio, including the Clough Chase community in Anderson Township. Certified RESNET Energy Smart homes are available in ranch-style and two-story options. Contact us now to learn more about remaining home sites in this desirable community.


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