211 Main StBromley, KY 41016
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Bromley residents occasionally refer to the city as Dixie, or Crescent Park. Charles Collins, an 1848 landowner, named the city. Collins acquired most of the 2,000 acres and bought the historic property called the Landmark residence. As a historic home, it’s the oldest dwelling in Kenton County. He laid out the first city streets and named the city Bromley after his hometown in England. Most of Bromley’s streets are named in honor of early Kentucky pioneers and politicians.