Communities

The Greater Cincinnati Tri-state is made up of hundreds of neighborhoods and consists of 15 counties. No worries, choosing a neighborhood can be made easy, allow HUFF REALTY Relocation to be your guide.

Ohio - Southwest Ohio Counties

  • Hamilton County
  • Brown County
  • Warren County
  • Butler County
  • Clermont County

Hamilton County, Ohio – Established is 1790, named after Alexander Hamilton, first U.S. Secretary of the Treasury

Cities
  • Amberley Village
  • Anderson Township
  • Avondale/North Avondale
  • Blue Ash
  • Bond Hill
  • Bridgetown
  • Camp Washington
  • Cheviot
  • Clifton
  • Clifton Heights, University Heights
  • Corryville
  • Colerain Township
  • College Hill
  • North College Hill
  • Columbia-Tusculum
  • Covedale
  • Downtown/Over-the-Rhine
  • East End
  • Evanston
  • Evendale
  • Fairfax
  • Finneytown
  • Forest Park
  • Glendale
  • Colf Manor
  • Greenhills
  • Harrison
  • Hyde Park
  • Indian Hill

  • Kennedy Heights
  • Kenwood
  • Linwood
  • Reading
  • Roselawn
  • St. Benard
  • Sharonville
  • Silverton
  • Springdale
  • Spring Grove Village
  • Sycamore Township
  • Symmes Township
  • Terrace Park
  • Walnut Hills/East Walnut Hills
  • Western Hills
  • West Wood
  • White Oak
  • Wyoming
  • Lockland
  • Loveland
  • Maderia
  • Madisonville
  • Mariemont
  • Miami Heights/Miami Township
  • Monfort Heights
  • Montgomery
  • Mt. Adams
  • Mt. Airy
  • Mt. Auburn
  • Mt. Healthy

  • Mt. Lookout
  • Mt. Washington
  • Newtown
  • North Fairmount/ English Woods
  • South Fairmont
  • Northside
  • Norwood
  • Oakley
  • Pleasant Ridge
  • Price Hill
  • Reading
  • Roselawn
  • St. Benard
  • Sharonville
  • Silverton
  • Springdale
  • Spring Grove Village
  • Sycamore Township
  • Symmes Township
  • Terrace Park
  • Walnut Hills/East Walnut Hills
  • Western Hills
  • West Wood
  • White Oak
  • Wyoming

Brown County, Ohio – Established in 1819, named after General Jacob Brown, who fought in the War of 1812

Cities

  • Georgetown
  • Mount Orb
  • Sardinia
  • Ripley
  • Aberdeen

Butler County, Ohio – Established in 1803, named after General Richard Butler, of the Revolutionary War

Cities 

  • Fairfield
  • Hamilton
  • Middletown/Monroe/Trenton
  • City of Oxford
  • West Chester/Liberty Township

Clermont County, Ohio – Established in 1800, named after a French city, Claremont, meaning “clear mountain”

Cities

  • Amelia
  • Batavia Township
  • Mason
  • Springboro

Northen KY- Counties

Kentucky – Northern Kentucky

Counties 

  • Boone County
  • Campbell County
  • Gallatin County
  • Grant County
  • Pendleton County
  • Kenton

Boone County, Kentucky – Established in 1799, named after Daniel Boone a frontiersman

Cities 

  • Burlington
  • Florence
  • Hebron
  • Union
  • Walton

Campbell County, Kentucky – Established in 1794, named after John Campbell, an Irish immigrant who was one of the drafters of the first Kentucky Constitution

Cities

  • Alexandria
  • Bellevue
  • Cold Spring
  • Dayton
  • Fort Thomas
  • Highland Heights
  • Newport
  • Southgate
  • Wilder

Gallatin County, Kentucky – Established in 1800, named after Albert Gallatin, Secretary of the Treasury under President Thomas Jefferson and James Madison

Cities

  • Glencoe
  • Sparta
  • Warsaw

Grant County, Kentucky – Established in 1820, named after early settler Samuel Grant nephew to Daniel Boone

Cities

  • Corinth
  • Crittenden
  • Dry Ridge
  • Williamstown

Pendleton County, Kentucky – Established in 1799, named after Edmund Pendleton, member of the Continental Congress during the Revolutionary War

Cities

  • Butler
  • De Mossville
  • Falmouth

Kenton County, Kentucky – Established in 1840, named after General Simon Kenton, who helped settle the Northern Kentucky/Cincinnati area in the late 18th Century.

Cities

  • Covington
  • Crescent Springs
  • Crestview Hills
  • Edgewood
  • Erlanger/Elsmere
  • Fort Mitchell
  • Fort Wright
  • Independence/Taylor Mill
  • Lakeside Park
  • Ludlow
  • Park Hills
  • Villa Hills

South Eastern IN - Counties

The Greater Cincinnati Tri-state is made up of hundreds of neighborhoods and consists of 15 counties. No worries, choosing a neighborhood can be made easy, allow HUFF REALTY Relocation to be your guide.

Indiana - Southeast Indiana

Counties

  • Dearborn
  • Ohio
  • Franklin

Dearborn, Indiana – Established in 1803, named after Major General Henry Dearborn, Secretary of War under President Thomas Jefferson

Cities

  • Aurora
  • Bright
  • Greendale
  • Hidden Valley Lake
  • Lawrenceburg

Ohio, Indiana – Established in 1844, named after the Ohio River

Cities

  • Rising Sun
  • Case Township
  • Rising Sun
  • Case Township
  • Union Township