Aberlin Springs is set among 141 acres of preserved forests and meadows in the heart of Warren County, Ohio. This one-of-a-kind community’s homes are connected by looping country roads and a network of footpaths. Aberlin Springs offers courtyard, manor and estate home styles starting in price from $450,000 to $500,000 and above.
As the region’s first agri-community, the new development offers Farm-to-Table living with an onsite farm and Community-supported Agriculture (CSA) program. The CSA provides Aberlin Springs residents with fresh in-season food and pasture-raised meat. With the CSA, you get to come to the farm and select your share of the food produced each week.
Ideally located within a few miles of some of the region’s best features, including destinations such as Kings Island Amusement Park, charming Downtown Lebanon and the National Scenic Little Miami River and Bike Trail.
It’s just a short drive to a variety of shopping and dining adventures. Two miles from I-71 and adjacent to the Mason business corridor. Five miles from downtown Lebanon, and 22 miles from downtown Cincinnati. It is also conveniently located regionally – just 25 miles from downtown Dayton and 73 miles from downtown Columbus.
The Lebanon City Schools district encompasses 5,800 students. US News and World Report ranked Lebanon High School 48th out of all the public high schools in Ohio, while the Center for American Progress’ national study recognized the district for providing a high return for local tax dollars.
Lebanon City Schools has six educational buildings:
- Lebanon High School
- Lebanon Junior High School
- Berry Intermediate School
- Donovan Elementary School
- Bowman Primary School
- Louisa Wright Early Childhood
About Warren County, OH
Located in southwest Ohio, Warren County is situated in the middle of the fast-growing Cincinnati-Dayton corridor. Warren County offers a variety of entertainment options and outdoor activities, including The Beach Waterpark, Great Wolf Lodge and the Lindner Family Tennis Center, for both its visitors and more than 210,000 residents.
Fueled by its rapid suburban growth, Warren County provides high-quality schools, healthcare and housing.