We just purchased a home in Cleveland Heights after considering the community for a year and then seriously looking for six months.
We are empty nesters so we really wanted to leave our outer suburban community for an area that had cultural, entertainment, dining and basic shopping within walking distance. We also wanted an area that was demograhically diverse.
Cleveland Heights offers everything from mansions to multi-family dwellings in plentiful numbers.
Basically, the community has its greatest in the 1920-30's. There are three major commercial regions in the city each of which are well maintained and have everything from auto shops to Yoga centers. The roads are a combination of minimal grid and lots of curving streets making for a really neat feeling. I am reminded of the best of West Harford, Connecticut coupled with Chevy Chase or Bethesda, Maryland.
Theaters and libraries are excellent and folks really take pride in the Read More