Lebanon, OH Real Estate
Lebanon, Ohio is located in Warren County. Nearby cities and towns include South Lebanon, Kings Mills, Hunter, Mason, Morrow, Maineville, Four Bridges, Landen, Monroe, Loveland Park, Five Points, Springboro, Wetherington, Middletown, Franklin, Waynesville, Corwin, Butlerville, Loveland, Pleasant Plain, Highpoint, Olde West Chester, Sixteen Mile Stand, Carlisle, Brecon, Clarksville, Harveysburg, Beckett Ridge, Trenton, Montgomery, Sharonville, Miamisburg, Remington, Centerville, Blue Ash, Blanchester, Miamiville, Mulberry, Mount Repose, Bellbrook, Camp Dennison, Evendale, Germantown, Concorde Hills, Springdale, Glendale, Spring Valley, Williamsdale, West Carrollton, Day Heights, Kenwood, Rossmoyne, The Village of Indian Hill, Jacksonburg, Dillonvale, New Miami, Milford, Lincoln Heights, Newtonsville, Woodlawn, Deer Park, Midland, Reading, Madeira, Seven Mile, Fairfield, Lockland, Hamilton, Moraine, Amberley, Kettering, Silverton, Terrace Park, Forest Park, Arlington Heights, Greenhills, Wyoming, Pleasant Run Farm, Golf Manor, Oakwood, Lake Lorelei, Plainville, Farmersville, Owensville, Pleasant Hills, Wilmington, Mariemont, New Burlington, Pleasant Run, Summerside, Finneytown, West Elkton, Fairfax, Mount Healthy Heights, Newtown, Drexel, Elmwood Place, Mount Healthy, Fayetteville, Norwood, Martinsville, St. Martin, Beavercreek, Dry Run, Gratis, Mount Carmel, Northbrook, North College Hill, St. Bernard, Skyline Acres, Xenia, Northgate, Turpin Hills, Millville, Batavia, Dunlap, New Lebanon, Cherry Grove, Groesbeck, Port William, Dayton, Sherwood, Somerville, and Darrtown. Lebanon is a suburban community with a population of 20,704. The median household income is $62,684. In Lebanon, 56% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 41% of the households. Half the population of Lebanon commutes 21 minutes or less to work, with 62% of residents holding white collar jobs and 38% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Lebanon, OH is 23 years, with 59% of those homes owned, 35% rented, and 5% not occupied. In the previous year, 323 Lebanon properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Lebanon in the previous year was $132,284.