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Union, KY Real Estate For Sale

Located near the center of Boone County, just 18 miles south of Cincinnati, you will find the quiet city of Union, Kentucky. The city, which began as a small farm settlement in the late 1700’s, was officially incorporated in 1838. Although no one knows the true origin of the city’s name, many believe it was called Union because it sits at the connection point of the City of Florence and Big Bone Lick.


Today, the city is just over three square miles in size and is home to over 5,000 residents. Since 1970, the city has grown from just 233 residents to over 5,000 and is now the second largest incorporated city in the county.


The city is just minutes from downtown Cincinnati and Covington and Lexington and Louisville are within a two-hour drive from Union. The Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is located in nearby Hebron, Kentucky.


Notable residents of Union include golfer Steve Flesch and actor Josh Hutcherson.


Relocate To Union, KY For Family Living

Union has plenty of affordable housing options for individuals, couples, and families. From beautiful ranches to large farm house to charming two-story homes, you’re sure to find a place you’ll love in Union.


Move To Union, KY for the Schools

The City of Union is part of the Boone County School District. In all, there are three elementary schools, two middle schools, and two high schools – Cooper and Ryle – in Union.


Additionally, Union is within 25 miles of several colleges and universities including Thomas More College in Crestview Hills, Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, and Gateway Community and Technical College in Edgewood and Covington.


Union Recreation

Those who love spending time outdoors will feel right at home in Union. Several great parks nd recreational facilities can be found in the city, highlighted by Central Park & Arboretum. This 121-acre park was opened in 1994 and offers over two miles of paved trails, a children’s garden, wetlands, tennis and basketball courts, baseball and soccer fields, mountain biking and an arboretum. Another popular spot for residents is the Union pool, which features a 25 meter L-shaped pool, concession stand, and diving board.


Another fun attraction in Union is the annual Independence Day celebration, held in cooperation with Boone County Parks and Recreation.


Perhaps the best part about Union, however, is living so close to all of the great amenities in the surrounding cities of Cincinnati, Covington, and Florence. Whether you enjoy hitting the town on the weekend, shopping at the mall, dining out, or watching a concert or sporting event live, you are just minutes away from it all in Union.