Crooked Tree Preserve is a brand new development site located in the heart of an upscale 500-home community at the intersection of Bethany and Mason-Montgomery roads.
Homes will range from $700,000 to more than $1 million dollars with 50 acres of the property reserved as green space, including 1.5 miles of paved hiking trails and a Nature Preserve.
Crooked Tree Preserve provides a balance of suburban and rural dwelling that combines picturesque settings, conservation areas, walking trails, creek, community garden, and a pool with pool house.
The Mason City School District is one of Ohio’s best public school districts. It consistently ranks in Ohio’s Top Academic Performers — placing 7th out of over 600 Ohio public school districts in 2012-13.
Mason City students perform at high academic standards, are exposed to a multitude of cultures and languages, and are nurtured with a clear awareness of their part in the larger world.
About Mason, Ohio
Mason is the largest city in Warren County, which is the southwest corner of Ohio. Mason is approximately 25 miles north of Cincinnati and located on Route 42. It sits directly between I-75 and I-71 five miles north of I-275. Driving time to downtown Cincinnati is less than 35 minutes. Driving time to the valley industrial area is approximately 15 minutes.
Mason has a wide variety of shopping and dining options with an open air mall, Deerfield Towne Center.
Mason is also recognized for its recreational options that include Kings Island Amusement Park, The Beach Waterpark, Great Wolf Lodge, Lindner Family Tennis Center, and their state-of-the-art 150,000 square foot community center.