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10610 SCHLOTTMAN ROAD
Home to seasoned equestrians, this is the ultimate destination for those who want to live comfortably and train seriously. Everything is done with the highest quality and is meant to be enjoyed inside and out!
Custom-built by John Hueber Homes
Main House and Guest House
Swimming pool with slide/waterfall/outdoor kitchen
Five-stall horse barn
Indoor arena with viewing room
Before this Cincinnati suburb became the city it is today, Loveland was first and foremost an area of picturesque valleys, rich soil, and the scenic Little Miami River. This land was eventually named “Loveland” after James Loveland, who operated a general store and post office near the downtown railroad tracks. The town’s location at the junction of the Little Miami Railroad (built in 1853), which provided service from Cincinnati to Xenia, was a significant cause of population growth as Cincinnati commuters passed through the river town each day. Present day Loveland has become a hot spot while maintaining that small town character. Downtown Loveland is a great place to live and play, with great restaurants, boutique shops, and outdoor activities. The Little Miami Scenic Trail runs through Historic Downtown, parallel to the Little Miami River. This makes Loveland a popular summertime destination, and the trail is especially busy from May through September.
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN LOVELAND
Warren County, known as “The Incredible County,” is a favorite destination for visitors—more than 6.4 million of them every year—who are drawn by a wealth of attractions, including amusement parks, sporting events, festivals, music, theater, golf, and specialty dining and shopping. Visitors enjoy a greater variety of activities within a 30-mile radius here than anywhere else in Ohio. Warren County is home to Kings Island & Soak City, and Great Wolf Lodge—as well as the Western and Southern Open professional tennis tournament and the AVP Cincinnati Open pro beach volleyball championship, both played at the world-class Lindner Family Tennis Center. Premier golf courses include Shaker Run Golf Club, ranked one of the top 100 public courses in the U.S. by Golf Digest, and The Golf Center at Kings Island, a Jack Nicklaus-designed course played by the best of the PGA, the LPGA, and the Senior PGA TOUR. Lebanon, the county seat, supports two independent theater companies, and a symphony orchestra and chorus. Beloved annual festivals include the Ohio Renaissance Festival in Harveysburg, the Ohio Sauerkraut Festival in Waynesville, and the Historic Horse-Drawn Carriage Parade & Christmas Festival in Lebanon. Independent eateries draw diners from throughout the region, including the historic Golden Lamb Inn & Restaurant, Der Dutchman Restaurant, and Brazenhead Irish Pub. Shopping ranges from one-of-a-kind boutiques and antiques emporiums to one of the region’s most popular open-air malls, Deerfield Towne Center. The Warren County Park District oversees more than 1,600 acres of parks, scenic rivers, and natural areas that are free, open to the public. Warren County receives an A+ livability ranking, and ranks at the top of Best Ohio Counties for Families, Healthiest Ohio Counties, and Best Counties to Buy a House in Ohio.