Thornton Grove, Ohio

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Thornton Grove is a neighborhood in Hamilton Township, Ohio (Morrow, OH mailing address), located north of Cincinnati, Ohio. Thornton grove consists of all residential, mostly two-story houses.

There is a community swimming pool, parking lot, and two playgrounds.

Coordinates: 39°20′39″N84°12′05″W / 39.3442°N 84.2014°W / 39.3442; -84.2014



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