Seven Hills

Daniel Gabel House, Historical, Seven Hills, OhioSeven Hills is a Cuyahoga County city situated on 4.92 square miles, approximately 10 miles south of Cleveland. As of the census of 2010, there were 11,804 people, 4,989 households, and 3,586 families residing in the city.

The City of Seven Hills is known for having a large number of parks. Virtually every house in the community is serviced by a close, local park. North Park, John Glenn Park, Calvin Park, Civic (City Hall) Park, Valleywood Park, and Cricket Park are a few of the local offerings. These parks offer basketball courts, tennis courts, walkways including a hike/bike path that links up to the Cuyahoga Valley Recreation Area, picnic areas, baseball, soccer and football fields, pavilions, sand volleyball courts and grilling capabilities.


The City Hall campus is scheduled to become the premier community park in the future with many additions planned. This location already has City Hall, the police station, the hike/bike path, baseball fields, and of course, the Recreation Center.  It is also in close proximity to the city's business district on Broadview Road.

The Community Recreation Center is a state-of-the-art facility includes features such as a suspended Walking Track, beautiful Natatorium, Aerobics Studio, Fitness Area with Nautilus, Cardio and Free Weights, 2-Gymnasiums, Child Care Room and Family Changing Areas. The center also offers Gathering Rooms for private parties, pool parties, and meetings.

Real estate is affordable in Seven Hills, and starter homes in well-manicured neighborhoods can be found in the $120-150,000 range, with larger homes in newer neighborhoods upward of $300,000.  The median sales price for homes in Seven Hills is in the $180-190,000 range.

Students that live in Seven Hills are technically part of the Parma School District. If you live in Seven Hills, your children attend Green Valley Elementary, John Muir Elementary, Hillside Junior High, and Normandy High School.

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