Housing & Neighborhoods

Cincinnati is home to a sizeable eruv marked by historically Jewish neighborhoods – Amberley Village and Golf Manor. Amberley Village is the most popular destination for Modern Orthodox Jews in today’s Cincinnati Jewish community.

See a listing of current homes in both Amberley Village and Golf Manor

Interested in learning more about Cincinnati? Through the generosity of our Move2Cincy supporters, we are able to offer families up to $600 toward flight expenses when they come to visit.

Amberley Village is a picturesque, park-like town north of downtown. The majority of the 1,400 homes in Amberley Village were custom built and are located on large lots (1/2 acre to multi-acre) with mature trees. Home values range from $200,000 to $1 million, with an average price of $300,000. The architecture varies to include mid-century modern, contemporary and traditional styles.

It is located in close proximity to major highways, providing for a short commute to both downtown and local business parks. In addition, the popular Kenwood Towne Center, home to premier shopping, dining and entertainment, is less than 15 minutes away. The Mayerson JCC is also located in Amberley Village.


Amberley Village maintains its small-town feel with its own independent police and fire departments, which perform house checks for families on vacation, snow removal, leaf/brush pick-up.

Want to visit?

The best way to experience Cincinnati is to visit. Through the generosity of our Move2Cincy supporters, we are able to offer families up to $600 toward flight expenses. When you visit you will get a tour of the city, escort to schools and shuls and Shabbat hospitality.

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Local Realtors & Listings

Realtor Adina Peromsik is ready to help you find your next home:

Local Parks

Amberley Village’s natural beauty is highlighted by its local parks.

Amberley Green

A 133-acre former golf course with rolling hills, ponds and trees enjoyed by local residents for walking and running. Also has tennis courts available for use when not in use by local high school teams.

Amberley Park

Offers a playground, tennis courts and walking track on the grounds of the city hall.

French Park

The second largest park in the Cincinnati Park District. Built on the grounds of a 275-acre estate and contains large meadow areas, trails and a creek known for its fossils. The former caretaker’s cottage is used as a satellite teaching facility for the Cincinnati Art Academy.

Cincinnati Park District

The city of Cincinnati has 5,000 acres of city parklands, five regional parks, 70 neighborhood parks, 34 natural areas, five neighborhood nature centers, five parkways, 16 scenic overlooks and 65 miles of hiking and bridle trails.

Hamilton County Park District

The award-winning Great Parks in the surrounding Hamilton County includes 17 large and diverse parks. In addition, the Little Miami Scenic Trail provides a well-shaded bike trail for 78 miles connecting to other trails and two Ohio state parks.