Schul Estates

From the High $400s
Fairfield Township,
Butler County,

Located in Butler County, Schul Estates in Fairfield Township is about 22 miles north of Cincinnati. This growing urban township offers homeowners plenty of shopping, parks, and easy access to regional amenities including Rentschler Forest, a 443 acre regional Metropark located along the Great Miami River. Expansive recreational opportunities including Top Golf, The Music Hall, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, the Cincinnati Art Museum, and the Fulton Center are a short drive away.

Offering a variety of public and private educational opportunities, Fairfield Township is home to Butler Tech, one of the largest career-technical schools in the state. Families with school aged children will enjoy Fairfield Public Schools.



  • Fairfield Township
  • Fairfield Schools
  • Close to Bridgewater Falls Shopping Complex
  • Close to Regency Center
  • Easy access to all major interstates including I-275, I-75, I-71, and I-74


Our families benefit from the excellent rated Hamilton City School District. The district provides a full range of educational programs and services. These include preschool, elementary, and secondary curriculum offerings at the general, college preparatory, and vocational levels; a broad range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities; adult and community education offerings; special education programs; and community recreation facilities.

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