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Situated between two of Cincinnati's finest suburbs, Loveland-Madeira Corridor provides a small residential oasis in the northeast part of the city. Loveland-Madeira Corridor makes up the residential neighborhoods along Loveland Madeira Road, connecting the two neighborhoods of Loveland and Madeira. While this small residential area does not include many restaurants or places for shopping and entertainment, the two adjacent communities offer some of the best dining and amenities in the city.

Cincinnati residents and newcomers alike flock to Loveland-Madeira corridor for its new housing options and proximity to parks and schools. Convenient access to the highway eases commutes to more central areas of the city. Just a few miles away, museums, parks, and bike trails offer a wide selection of entertainment that's sure to please the whole family.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Loveland, OH is $707 for one bedroom, and $863 for two bedrooms. Apartment rent in Loveland has decreased by -0.5% in the past year.

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41 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
0 Transit Score® Minimal Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

Few restaurants exist within Loveland-Madeira Corridor, but many dining options lie just outside the neighborhood in adjacent areas. For a quick meal or coffee on the south end of the neighborhood, stop in at Starbucks or Skyline Chili.

If you're in the mood for classic Mexican cuisine, take a short drive up the road to El Picante in Loveland. The restaurant serves up chimichangas and fajitas for lunch and dinner every day of the week. Don't miss the fried ice cream for dessert, or give one of the house-made margaritas a try.

Just south of Loveland-Madeira Corridor in central Madeira, Ferrari's Little Italy and Bakery provides an intimate atmosphere and out-of-this-world Italian dishes. Local favorites include the Stuffed Mushrooms Patricia and Mama Bassano's Lasagna. The restaurant also provides large rooms for party reservations along with a catering menu for off-site events.

Night life in Loveland-Madeira Corridor and the surrounding neighborhoods is casual and low-key. While you won't find any lively clubs in this area, a wide variety of bars provide evening entertainment. Enjoy drink specials and good company at local favorite dive bars such as Cindy's Friendly Tavern in Loveland and Westy's Pub in Madeira.

History

Loveland-Madeira Corridor is a relatively new community in Cincinnati, growing out of the demand for more residential options near the neighborhoods of Loveland and Madeira. Now a thriving residential community, the area enjoys a connection to the heritage of adjacent neighborhoods.

Madeira has a historical society that plans local events and programming related to the neighborhood's history. The historical society's website includes an audio tour of major landmarks in the community. Residents can use these audio files to take a self-guided tour of Madeira.

For an afternoon of unique neighborhood history, stop by Chateau Laroche, known by locals as Loveland Castle. First built by a Boy Scout troop leader in the early 1900s, the castle has been completed and preserved for decades by the troop he started. Don't miss the stories of ghosts haunting the castle and grounds.

Transportation

Because of its largely residential makeup and location along a heavily trafficked road, people in Loveland-Madeira Corridor usually travel by car. Most areas include plenty of space for parking, and the proximity to highways makes driving convenient.

If you prefer to travel on foot, both Loveland and Madeira have very pedestrian-friendly downtown areas. Take a short drive to either neighborhood, and enjoy a stroll once you arrive. If you prefer to use public transportation, Cincinnati's SORTA metro bus offers convenient stops along the neighborhood, connecting residents of Loveland-Madeira Corridor to neighboring communities and almost every other part of the city.

For cyclists, the roads in Loveland-Madeira Corridor do not include dedicated bike lanes, but a major bike trail lies just a few short miles from the neighborhood. Hop on the Little Miami Bike trail for hundreds of miles of biking with outposts at major neighborhoods like Loveland, Madeira and Newtown.

Cabs and Uber both provide services in Loveland-Madeira Corridor, but don't expect to hail one off the street. Call ahead if you're looking for a safe and convenient ride home.

Cost

The cost of living in Loveland-Madeira Corridor generally remains slightly above the city average. With such high demand for housing in this desirable area, rental rates are about 25 percent higher than other areas of the city. The average rental rate in this neighborhood is $715 a month. Restaurants and shopping prices reflect averages more comparable to the rest of the city. Diners can expect to pay $4 to $6 for a pint of beer at local pubs.

Most people in Loveland-Maderia Corridor use cars for transportation, and gas prices generally equal city and national averages. A ticket on the SORTA metro bus to the city center or other neighborhoods costs $2.65.

Shopping

Shopping areas in Loveland-Madeira Corridor and surrounding neighborhoods provide plenty of options for both value and high-end shoppers. From large chain stores to exclusive, independent boutiques, this area has options for everyone.

Groceries shoppers find convenient options at Kroger in Madeira and IGA in Loveland. For shoppers looking for produce straight from the farm, both neighborhoods provide farmers markets. The Loveland Farmers' Market is located on Broadway Street and takes place on Sunday afternoon from 3 pm to 7 pm, May through October. The Madeira Farmers' Market is held on Thursdays at the Madeira Silverwood Presbyterian Church from November to April, in historic downtown Madeira from May to September, and in the MSPC parking lot in October. This market is open from 3:30 pm to 7 pm.

For creative types, don't miss Quilters Studio of Loveland. This homey studio provides contemporary quilting fabric and supplies at affordable prices. Looking to share your skills or learn from other quilters? The studio offers classes and clubs for the socially minded. Stop by and talk to the expert employees, or browse the 1,200 bolts of fabric packed into this tiny boutique.

If you love browsing the latest fashions, Monkees of Madeira offers unique clothes, shoes and accessories. This boutique always stocks the latest fashions, and locals rave about the personal service.

Parks

The Little Miami Bike trail runs through Loveland where an area for parking and bike rental provides an ideal starting point for people looking to enjoy the outdoors on miles of paved bike trails. Whether you're an experienced or a novice cyclist, the bike trail offers recreation options for everyone.

If you prefer to get up close and personal with nature, East Loveland Nature Center offers wooded trails and a serene landscape. Observe local wildlife while enjoying the beauty of brush and wildflowers. Bring your children or dog for a free afternoon getaway.

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Deer Ridge Apartments
1010 Loveland-Madeira Rd, Loveland, OH 45140
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$705 - 830 1-2 Bed Not Available
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Apartments for Rent in Loveland-Madeira Corridor, Loveland, OH

Situated between two of Cincinnati's finest suburbs, Loveland-Madeira Corridor provides a small residential oasis in the northeast part of the city. Loveland-Madeira Corridor makes up the residential neighborhoods along Loveland Madeira Road, connecting the two neighborhoods of Loveland and Madeira. While this small residential area does not include many restaurants or places for shopping and entertainment, the two adjacent communities offer some of the best dining and amenities in the city.

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