Harrison, OH Real Estate
Harrison, Ohio is located in Hamilton County. Nearby cities and towns include West Harrison, New Haven, Blue Jay, Bright, Hooven, Miamitown, Grandview, Taylor Creek, Elizabethtown, New Trenton, Hidden Valley, New Baltimore, Cleves, Miami Heights, North Bend, Ross, Shawnee, Dent, Dry Ridge, Dunlap, Greendale, Addyston, St. Leon, Mack, Cedar Grove, White Oak, Northgate, Groesbeck, Francisville, Bridgetown, Monfort Heights, Mount Carmel, Northbrook, Lawrenceburg, Cheviot, Pleasant Run, Millville, Mount Healthy Heights, Covedale, Skyline Acres, New Burlington, Mount Healthy, North College Hill, Pleasant Run Farm, Hebron, Petersburg, Fairfield, Aurora, Forest Park, Pleasant Hills, Greenhills, Delhi Hills, Finneytown, Hamilton, Delshire, Sunman, Brookville, Burlington, Wyoming, Villa Hills, Elmwood Place, St. Bernard, Springdale, Woodlawn, Bromley, Ludlow, Cincinnati, Oxford, Darrtown, Crescent Springs, Glendale, Lincoln Heights, Lockland, New Miami, Arlington Heights, Oakbrook, Moores Hill, Park Hills, Golf Manor, Williamsdale, Belleview, Fort Mitchell, Norwood, Reading, Lakeside Park, Evendale, Amberley, Milan, Bellevue, Crestview Hills, Florence, Fort Wright, Beckett Ridge, Dayton, Newport, Erlanger, Kenton Vale, Seven Mile, Woodlawn, Elsmere, Sharonville, Edgewood, Dillonvale, Rising Sun, Covington, Deer Park, Olde West Chester, Silverton, College Corner, Dillsboro, West College Corner, Southgate, Rossmoyne, Fort Thomas, Blue Ash, Union, Wilder, Fairfax, Batesville, Metamora, Oldenburg, Kenwood, Somerville, Madeira, Rabbit Hash, Taylor Mill, Trenton, Concorde Hills, Wetherington, Highland Heights, Brecon, Mariemont, Montgomery, Highpoint, Fairview, Plainville, Independence, Jacksonburg, and Turpin Hills. Harrison is a suburban community with a population of 9,870. The median household income is $56,923. In Harrison, 52% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 42% of the households. Half the population of Harrison commutes 27 minutes or less to work, with 56% of residents holding white collar jobs and 44% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Harrison, OH is 30 years, with 65% of those homes owned, 30% rented, and 5% not occupied. In the previous year, 162 Harrison properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Harrison in the previous year was $131,274.