Following the picturesque Chagrin River, Hunting Valley is home to about 700 residents. Its lush fields and rocky ravines trace through undulating hills and dense forests, and equestrian jumps dot the verdant fields. Here, residents retreat to their beautiful country homes and listen to the birds and tree frogs in the still of the evening. Though Hunting Valley lies close to neighboring Cleveland suburbs, its pastoral landscape make it feel like another place entirely.
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Hunting Valley has the advantage of having access to the public schools, parks and recreation of the neighboring Orange Village. This offers the village of Hunting Valley a wide range of cultural and recreational opportunities, as well as award winning schools. The Orange Art Center offers classes ranging from life drawing to pottery, and the Stagecrafters Youth Theater stages eight productions per year. The Orange Senior Center provides support, companionship and transportation to the senior adults of Hunting Valley, in addition to a variety of educational opportunities. Families of Hunting Valley enjoy a variety of community events, from planned outings to see Cleveland sports teams, to dive in movies at the community pool.
Hunting Valley is a village of country estates and stately retreats. Architectural styles vary from Tudor mansions to modern luxury farmhouse styles. Some homes were built during the early twentieth century, and some are more recent, but all maintain the grandeur and class that embodies the spirit of Hunting Valley living. Throughout the village, exquisite homes sit at the end of winding driveways and enjoy sprawling acreage.
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From Hunting Valley, you will spend about 30 minutes to drive to downtown Cleveland, via I-271. Hunting Valley is less than 10 minutes from Hillcrest Hospital, and 20 minutes from Ahuja Medical Center.
Hunting Valley enjoys a partnership with neighboring Orange Village. Residents can enjoy the Orange outdoor pool and splash pad, the Orange High School indoor pool, and the many classes and programs that the Orange Village Parks and Recreation department provides.
Since Hunting Valley shares amenities with Orange Village, residents of Hunting Valley have access to Orange’s public outdoor pool and splash pad, and Orange High School’s indoor pool.
Squire Valleevue Farm is a sustainable farm that is operated by Case Western Reserve University and open to the public. Enjoy the Bluebird Trail, with 58 birdhouses housing wrens, bluebirds, and tree swallows. Visit their prairie restoration project or the farm’s regular farmers’ markets.
Located less than 15 minutes from Hunting Valley, Eton Town Center and Legacy Village both offer a variety of upscale dining options, as well as high-end shopping and entertainment.