Here are some of the great Covington neighborhoods. Click the name to get information on each neighborhood.
Austinburg (Facebook) >
Austinburg is nestled along the Licking River in Covington, Kentucky -- minutes from downtown Cincinnati, but with a distinctly quiet, residential feel. You can easily find a home that fits your lifestyle.
Botany Hills (Facebook) >
Botany Hills is a neighborhood of Covington, Ky. We are nestled between the Ohio River and Devou Park on the west side of the city.
Helentown (Website) >
Roughly bounded by Eleventh and Wheeler Streets, the C&O railroad, and Madison Ave in Covington, Helentown has been a great place to live since the 1820's and contains many fine examples of Queen Anne, Italianate, and Greek Revival architecture.
Kenton Hills (Website) >
Named for explorer Simon Kenton, Kenton Hills has a park-like setting. Many homes are nestled along the hillsides with spectacular views of the Ohio River, while others share the splendors of the 700 acre Devou Park. Residents enjoy year-around activities in Devou Park, including theater, symphony, nature trails, golf, tennis, picnic facilities, fishing, and the Behringer-Crawford Museum (pictured at left).
Licking Riverside District (Wikipedia) >
The Licking Riverside Historic District is a historic district in Covington, Kentucky, that is on the National Register of Historic Places. Its boundaries are Fourth Street to the north, Scott Street, Eighth Street to the south, and the Licking River. Bungalow/Craftsman, Second Empire, and Italianate are the primary architectural styles of the district.
MainStrasse (Website) >
MainStrasse is a neighborhood and an entertainment center that celebrates Covington's German heritage. Restaurants, entertainment, bars, shops and some really great neighbors.
Old Seminary Square (Website) >
A small neighborhood in Covington bounded by Banklick Street to the west and the railroad tracks to the east. From 12th Street on the south to Eighth Street on the northside.
Peaselburg (Facebook) >
Peaselburg is nestled in the hills and valleys on the west side of the city of Covington.
South Covington (Website) >
South Covington encompasses the most southern portions of our City. The
Streets are laid our in typical modern suburban design with curvilinear patterns
and cul-de-sacs. Most homes were built after 1970 and are single family with
Wallace Woods (Website) >
In the mid nineteenth century, three Cincinnati merchants, Robert Wallace, Eugene Levassor and Daniel Henry Holmes, each purchased a substantial number of contiguous acres and built three large estates just south of Covington's city limits. This land, an undeveloped tract between Covington and what is now Latonia, offered the advantages of city life without the high taxes and crowded atmosphere.
West Latonia (Website) >
New residential construction in Latonia continued as late as the mid-1940's and the residential area is a pleasing mixture of quaint cottages, bungalows and larger Victorian homes, which reflect Latonia's growth periods.
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