Are you thinking of relocating to Northern Kentucky? Covington, Newport, and Bellevue are all located across the river from Cincinnati, OH, and Agent Annie of Pivot Realty Group can find you a home in any of them. So, let’s have a look at what makes each of these communities unique!
Comparing Covington, Newport & Bellevue
Covington, Newport, and Bellevue are three Northern Kentucky cities located on the southern bank of the Ohio River. All three are considered to be part of the Cincinnati metropolitan area, but each of the three cities has a different character. Bellevue, with a population of 5,955 in the 2010 census, is often seen as a bedroom community although it’s also something of a business center. Covington, with a population of 40,640, is the area’s primary business center. Newport, with 15,273 inhabitants, is a place where people go for entertainment.
Covington is home to attractions like the German MainStrasse village, the Carroll Chimes Bell Tower, and the Riverside Drive Historic District. The town also features St. Mary’s Cathedral Basilica, a replica of Notre Dame. If Kentucky bourbon is what you’re looking for, you can find more than 150 of them at the Old Kentucky Bourbon Bar. The city is also home to a number of different pubs. If local history is your thing, you’ll want to visit the Behringer-Crawford Museum.
Newport once had a reputation as Northern Kentucky’s gambling hotspot, but those days are long gone. Now the city is home to family-friendly entertainment such as the Newport Aquarium, and shopping destinations like Newport on the Levee. If you’re feeling nostalgic for Newport’s shady past, you can learn all about it by taking the Newport Gangster Tour – but really, Newport these days is a place to a place to have fun with the family.
If you love a town with quaint charm and kitschy gift shops, Bellevue is the place for you. The smallest of the three communities, Bellevue is also the quietest – but there are some really fun things to do here too. If you like candy, head on down to Schneider’s Sweet Shop, Bellevue’s candy store since 1939. Check out The Party Source, a liquor store with its own attached craft brewery (Ei8ht Ball Brewery) and distillery (New Riff Distilling). The Bellevue Beach Park offers views of Cincinnati across the Ohio River.
So, there you have it. Covington, Newport, and Bellevue are all great communities, and if you want to live in one of them then Agent Annie can make it happen. Give Annie a call today at 513-600-1087 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org to get started!
If you experience difficulty in accessing any part of this website, email us, and we will work with you to provide the information you seek through an alternate communication method. Canyon is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports the Fair Housing Act.