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Top 10 Reasons to Move to Cleveland Heights

  • Rent is low: With Cleveland Heights home prices as much as 50% lower than most parts of the country, why not look at rent to own houses? Neighborhoods like Forest Hill and the commercial district of Cedar Fairmount offer lots of incentives for renting.

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  • Impressive houses: The floor plans in areas like Coventry Village and Monticello-Noble range between 1,500 and 3,500 square feet. Rent to own homes afford room for anything and everything you want to bring with you.
  • Home sales are on the rise: Sales are picking up due to Cleveland Heights' many advantages, and the median home value is still 28.6% less than the national average. Search for homes in the Coventry and Forest Hill neighborhoods, which have direct access to U.S. Route 322 to Cleveland.
  • Get a rental home: The median rent in Cleveland Heights is $788, which is slightly less than the national average. Look for rentals and rent to own deals in neighborhoods around Taylor Road and Rydalmount Road.
  • Pick a park, pick a sport: Cleveland Heights has more than 135 acres of parkland that support community activities, picnics and sporting events. Two popular destinations are Caledonia Park and Cumberland Park, which offer picnic facilities, a pool with changing facilities and walking trails.
  • Spend a day at the malls: Each city district has its own flair and personality reflected in the restaurants and attractions it offers. Coventry Village, also known as Cleveland's "Greenwich Village," offers an eclectic assortment of shops and attractions. Cedar Fairmount, considered the gateway to Cleveland Heights, holds the distinction of being Cleveland Height's first shopping center. Many of these areas have historic attractions to enjoy, as well.
  • Dine out! Cleveland Heights has a great line up of restaurants. Two examples are the Anatolia Cafe, featuring Turkish cuisine and a wine bar, and BD's Mongolian Grill, specializing in grilled vegetables and meats cooked Mongolian style.
  • Theater, anyone? Topping the list for Cleveland Heights' entertainment is Cain Park. This colorful venue was created specifically to highlight the culture of this historic city and often hosts to entertainers and artists from around the world. The Dobama Theater is also worth visiting, and it showcases artists and works from across the country.
  • Go ice skating: The Cleveland Heights Community Center offers ice skating 12 months of the year. During the winter, visit "Sledding Hill" at Taylor and Superior for some snow sledding, Cleveland Heights style!
  • Get inspired: The Cleveland Heights area has a vibrant arts community. The Audrey and Harvey Feinberg Art Gallery is a three-room gallery featuring the works of artists from all over Northern Ohio and is open during the summer months. The nonprofit Heights Arts organizes art shows, poetry readings and educational events at its venue and at others throughout the city.