Advantages of Living in a Cristo Homes Community

One of the most important decisions that you’ll ever make in life is where you want to live. Where you live at has a major impact on your lifestyle. If you work in the city, but value the peace and quiet that you get in the suburbs, then one of the Cristo Homes communities is the perfect place to call home. All of our communities have excellent neighbors like you and are just minutes from restaurants, shopping centers and entertainment venues. You are also less than a half an hour away from Cincinnati. You can catch a Bengals or Reds game, or go to a concert or play without having to take up a full day.

Most families also worry about the school districts that their children will be attending. The school districts that our communities are located in are some of the highest rated in the State of Ohio. Niche.com ran a report on the best school districts in Ohio for 2017 and Mason was ranked #5. Lakota, Springboro, Lebanon and Talawanda were all in the top 100! You can see the entire list here https://www.niche.com/k12/rankings/public-school- districts/best- overall/s/ohio/

Proximity to work is also a huge factor to consider. If you work in Cincinnati or Dayton, you are just around 30 miles from each of these. All of our communities are close to major highways I- 75 and I-71, making commuting a breeze… even in rush hour!

There’s never a shortage of things to do, while living in this area. We have put together a small sampling of some must-see hotspots in both Cincinnati and Dayton.

Cincinnati – Along with hundreds of parks, restaurants, casinos, sports venues and leisure activity spots, Cincinnati offers some places that you won’t find anywhere else in the country. Some of the favorites of people both inside and outside of Cincinnati are:

  • Krohn Conservatory
  • National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
  • Cincinnati Museum Center
  • Fountain Square
  • Cincinnati Observatory
  • Reds Hall of Fame
  • Taft Museum of Art
  • Taft Theatre
  • Cincinnati Music Hall
  • Playhouse in the Park
  • Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden
  • Cincinnati Art Museum
  • Findlay Market

Dayton – Dayton often gets overlooked, being the 6 th biggest city in the state behind cities like Cleveland, Cincinnati and Columbus; but there’s no shortage of fun things to do in Dayton. Here is a list of some of our favorites:

  • National Museum of the U.S Air Force
  • Carillon Historical Park
  • Benjamin and Marian Schuster Performing Arts Center
  • Packard Museum – The Citizens Motorcar Co.
  • Boonshoft Museum of Discovery
  • National Aviation Hall of Fame
  • Huffman Prairie Flying Field
  • RiverScape MetroPark
  • SunWatch Indian Village / Archaelogical Park
  • Dayton Convention Center