Greater Cincinnati Neighborhoods
Greater Cincinnati Neighborhoods
Our communities around Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky offer some of the finest real estate and places to call home. Whether you prefer the center of it all in Downtown Cincinnati, Mt. Adams, Ft. Thomas and Newport, or close-knit communities like Anderson Township, Mason, Milford, Loveland, Eastgate, Indpendence, Florence, Union or Highland Heights, or rural property found in Batavia, Maineville, Grants Lick or Hebron, there is something here for everyone. Learn more about what makes our area so unique by visiting our community pages. We look forward to helping you with your next move, where ever that may be!
Learn more about what makes our area so unique by visiting our community pages. We look forward to helping you with your next move, where ever that may be!Downtown Cincinnati/Mt. Adams
Cincinnati is a three-state, 15-county region that offers world-class assets in arts and culture, amusements, hospitality, sports and recreation. Cincinnati features all the amenities of a large, bustling metropolis while maintaining a friendly, small town atmosphere - a unique balancing act of extraordinary contrasts - but one that makes the region a remarkably flexible location filled with a wealth of opportunities and options. Mt. Adams is Cincinnati’s unique neighborhood on the hill. With sweeping views of both downtown and the Ohio River, Mt Adams boasts some of Cincinnati’s best restaurants, nightclubs and taverns. It is home to a diverse community, including young professionals, families and empty-nesters. Anchored by Eden Park and some of Cincinnati’s finest cultural venues, Mt Adams has much to offer both locals and visitors, whether your interest is to live here, work here, dine here or play here.Hyde Park/Mt. Lookout/Oakley
Hyde Park so picturesquely situated with its wide avenues, handsome homes and well kept lawns has rapidly excelled in beauty the many beautiful suburbs surrounding our home City of Cincinnati. At less than 5 miles from downtown Cincinnati, this community offers those who choose to live and visit here terrific proximity to the center city as well as other destinations including the Greater Cincinnati airport, Northern Kentucky and popular outlying suburbs. Think of Hyde Park as a picturesque one-of-a-kind “cityburb” and you’ve got the picture.Anderson Township
named as one of the Greater Cincinnati area's most livable neighborhoods and Ohio’s First Greenspace Township. Discover why some 45,000 residents call this beautiful southeastern Hamilton County, Ohio Township home.Eastgate/Union Township
Eastgate and Union Township is a thriving community on the outskirts of Cincinnati, located along the Ohio 32 and Interstate 275 corridor in northwestern Clermont County, and acting as the county’s gateway.Milford/Miami Township
Milford is located on the banks of the Little Miami River in eastern Greater Cincinnati, 15 miles east of downtown Cincinnati, bordered on the west by Hamilton County Line and I-275 and on the south by the Ohio River. The Milford and Miami Township community is truly a blended community. The average resident does not know if they live in the city of Milford or Miami Township. Miami Township is one of five townships in Ohio named after the Little Miami River or Miami Indian Tribe, this Miami Township is located where northwest Clermont County meets northeast Hamilton County.Loveland
Recognized as the Sweetheart of Ohio. Recognized as the Sweetheart of Ohio. Loveland, Ohio, is a northeast suburb of Cincinnati, tucked into the corners of three counties and bordered by five townships. it's an historic yet growing community, with strong schools, solid government, a diverse business environment and a great select of neighborhoods. It boasts a national scenic river and bike trail, a vibrant arts community and even a castle. I'm sure you'll find it to be a passionate place devoted to the good of our community.Maineville/Hamilton Township
Hamilton Township is one of the original four townships created when Warren County was divided in May, 1803. By June, 1818, the present boundaries of the township were permanently established. Hamilton Township is located in south central Warren County, Ohio. In the shape of a rectangle, Hamilton Township is about six and one-half miles from north to south, and five and one-half miles from east to west, comprising an area of 34.4 square miles. Hamilton Township is bounded on the north and west by the Little Miami State and National Scenic River, on the east by Harlan and Salem townships, and on the south by Clermont County, Ohio.Mason/Deerfield Township
Mason is recognized as the resort area of Southwest Ohio. Loaded with recreation destinations, Mason is home to world recognized Tennis Masters Services. Mason has preserved its small town charm, but maintains a high level of municipal services and a prestigious corporate community. Over $50 million in utility and infrastructure projects have prepared the city for the ongoing growth.Montgomery/Sycamore Township
Founded in 1795, the city of Montgomery is comfortably nestled between Blue Ash and Kenwood and provides a unique live-work-play community for 10,000 residents. Montgomery is a lively place with plenty of attractive features for homebuyers. It has a nationally recognized school district, is located near three major highways, features a historic downtown, has parks and a nature preserve totaling 96 acres of green space, and is home to a wide range of community activities.
Boone County, Kentucky is a great place to live, explore, shop and work. The winding country roads, shady valleys, river views and wooded hillsides make it easy to forget that Downtown Cincinnati is only half an hour away. The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Delta's second largest hub, offers over 500 daily departures to over 100 cities non-stop. Northern Kentucky offers a blend of cosmopolitan sophistication and Southern hospitality.Kenton County
Kenton County is a vibrant region with great job opportunities, exciting vistor attractions and an exceptional quality of life. Kenton County is home to The Northern Kentucky Convention Center at Covington Landing along the banks of the Ohio River. It is situated at the heart of a rapidly expanding business and entertainment district just across a picturesque 19th Century suspension bridge from Downtown Cincinnati. Situated at the convergence of three major interstates, Northern Kentucky is a transportation center.Campbell County
Campbell County, Kentucky… Where city meets bluegrass. Learn about this first-class place in which to work, live, learn, and play. Its global connections, rich cultural heritage, top educational institutions, and vibrant entertainment offer an extraordinary environment for business and family. Whether you want to interact with Fortune 500 companies, take in a Reds game, or enjoy miles of trails by horseback, Campbell County has what you are looking for.
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