Cleveland Heights Community Guide

Live in Historical Heights

One of Cleveland’s most desirable and progressive neighborhoods, Cleveland Heights offers city living with the accessibility of downtown, all while maintaining a historical feel and tight-knit atmosphere. Cleveland Heights is a satisfying place to live, whether you are just starting out or need more room for your growing family. Between the gorgeous architecture and community spirit of Cleveland Heights, those seeking a better way of life will find incredible housing options meeting their needs.

Cleveland Heights Real Estate Statistics

Total Listings: 268
Average Price: $171,425
Highest Price: $1,350,000
Lowest Price: $875

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Housing

Known for a variety of neighborhoods with their own distinctive ambience, Cleveland Heights has a variety of housing options that are sure to fit any need.

Homes for sale in Cleveland Heights include historic homes, front porch colonials, modern condos, luxury homes, and everything in between. Houses in the Cleveland Heights community range in price from $80,000 to over $1 million. While today’s market is a buyer’s market due to low interest rates, current homeowners can be assured that housing values in Cleveland Heights continue to appreciate throughout the city, usually 4% to 7% a year. Prospective homeowners can be assured that our community offers some of the best housing values for their money.

Schools

The Heights school district serves both Cleveland Heights and University Heights. These vibrant communities, proud of their diverse racial and religious heritage, have maintained a small-town, friendly atmosphere while being in close proximity to numerous medical, cultural, and academic institutions.

Dedicated parents, family members, and school volunteers enrich the school learning environment through their support. The Parent Teacher Association, Reaching Heights Public School Foundation, city governments, and many local non-profit organizations play a critical role in the District’s success.

Shopping

The Coventry Village offers plenty of shopping options. With over 60 merchants, in one easily walkable neighborhood, Coventry offers something for everyone. Whether you just need to drop off your dry cleaning and pick up some sundries, or are looking for evening entertainment, you’ll find what you need on Coventry.

Other specialty shops and grocers can be found in other parts of Cleveland Heights, including the Cedar-Fairmount area, as well as Cedar-Lee district.

Restaurants

Cleveland Heights is home to unique restaurants offering food ranging from delectable bakeries to up-scale eateries. The Cedar-Lee district offers a variety of dining options. Anatolia Cafe is a family-friendly restaurant that serves an ethnic paired with a chic cocktail an extensive beer and wine list. Lopez SouthWest Kitchen & Tequila Saloon takes a delectable spin on classic southwest dishes, offering a mix of seasonally based bright and bold culinary masterpieces. Dewey's is one the highest rated restaurants in the Cleveland area, serving gourmet pizza and an extensive beer and wine list. Lastly, Taste has an extensive wine list, contemporary cuisine, and a full bar adorn this a sleek and sophisticated, yet casual dining experience.

Other dining options in Cleveland Heights include Gigi’s on Fairmount, an upscale wine bar with entertainment, as well as On the Rise. A bakery with artisen breads, pastries, and a fantastic lunch menu. Vero Pizzeria makes artisan pizza flash-baked in a 900 degree firewood oven.

Recreation

Cultural amenities in Cleveland Heights include the popular Cain Park Theater, and the Cleveland Heights Community Center, with its ice skating arena. Other attractions in Cleveland Heights include numerous public and private golf courses and fitness facilities. Known as a home for the arts, Cleveland Heights continues to attract new artists, musicians and galleries.

Residents of Cleveland Heights also enjoy access to beautiful Lake Erie, and all that Cleveland has to offer. Just a 20 minute drive away, Cleveland’s University Circle features a Natural History Museum, Cleveland Orchestra and much more.

History

Cleveland Heights has centuries of vibrant history. Long before Patrick Calhoun created one of Cleveland's first "garden suburbs,” Cleveland Heights was home to Native American tribes such as the Erie and Seneca. In the late-18th and early-19th centuries, pioneers established settlements in the area of Mayfield and Superior Roads. Cyrus and Darius Ford raised silkworms and aided runaway slaves. Peter Rush and his son Mathias put through Noble and Yellowstone Roads. The Shakers ran a broom factory near Lee Road, a grist mill at Coventry Road and Fairmount Boulevard, and stone quarries around North Park Boulevard and Grandview Roads.

Cleveland Heights was a thriving farm community whose lands were originally part of East Cleveland, Euclid, Newburgh, and Warrensville townships. Large lots were owned and worked by families whose names are immortalized in the streets we travel regularly: Silsby, Lee, Taylor, Quilliams, Antisdale, and many others.

Spurred by Calhoun's vision, as well as John D. Rockefeller's money and the migration of dozens of "leading" Cleveland families, Cleveland Heights was established as a village in 1903. At that time, the village had a population of 1500. In 1921 Cleveland Heights was incorporated as a city. Like neighboring Shaker Heights, Cleveland Heights was initially a "streetcar suburb" whose growth followed the major rail routes along Cedar and Mayfield Roads, and Euclid Heights and Fairmount Boulevards.

Cleveland Heights Homes for Sale

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The data relating to real estate for sale on this Web site comes in part from the Internet Data Exchange program of NORMLS. Real estate listings held by brokerage firms other than Keller Williams Greater Cleveland are marked with the Internet Data Exchange logo and detailed information about them includes the name of the listing broker(s).

Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed.

Listing information last updated on June 27th, 2017 at 1:46pm CDT.