WELCOME TO COVINGTON.
Known for its tech and entreprenurial corridor, its vibrant art scene and its many cool neighborhoods offering tons of things to do, Covington is a great place to hang out. Our exclusive sponsor of the Covington properties, First Financial Bank, invites you to our two featured neighborhoods: Mother of God and the downtown Central Business District. Come explore Covington with us!
Please scroll down to see the Covington properties featured on the tour.
This video will give you a little preview of one of the Dayton homes featured on the tour.
When this house was built in 1877, it only had one room. At some point, it was enlarged into a 900 sft. “shotgun house”, so called because you could shoot a shotgun through the front door and the bullet would come right out the back door. When the current owners bought it a few years … Continue reading 217 Kentucky Avenue
You can still see the “bones” of the original shotgun floorplan of this adorable house. Built in the late 1800’s, by 2014, it had become completely dilapidated and unlivable. The owners rescued it and spent 2-1/2 years (one of which the owner says was spent crying) rebuilding it and turning it into an inspiring example … Continue reading 215 Kentucky Avenue
Perfectly situated in the heart of Covington’s popular downtown, Duveneck Square Apartments offer a number of desirable amenities and beautiful, roomy living spaces. Residents choose from studios, one or two-bedroom units, all of which have sleek details like 9’ ceilings, vinyl plank flooring, quartz countertops, subway tile backsplashes, stainless steel appliances and lots of large … Continue reading Duveneck Square Apartments, 710 Washington Street
Who would guess that behind the door of #5 is a stylish 2,500 sft. condo with room for three young boys, two parents, a dog, a hot pink bear head and many, many Legos? Make your way up the steps to the light-filled open concept living, dining and kitchen area to see for yourself. The … Continue reading 226 Pike Street #5
Located just across the Memorial Bridge from Newport, this house was built in 1869 as a multi-family home. Extensive in-progress updates are creating four one-bedroom apartments. The largest one has a loft-style bedroom that is open to the living room below. Both second floor units offer great wintertime city views. There is even a charming … Continue reading 220 E. 4th Street