102 Hartweg AveFort Thomas, KY 41075
Walk to school from the convenient location this beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 full bath 1920's Craftsman home in the center of the Inverness Country Club Estate Subdivision offers. Newly refinished herringbone design hardwood floors, 1st floor open floor plan, rear dual staircase, finished professionally waterproofed basement, 1 car detached garage and just over 1700 square feet on a gorgeous oversized corner lot of Hartweg Avenue and Dixie Place. Pristine condition and lovingly maintained by the seller of 32 years.
Fort Thomas, known as “The City of Beautiful Homes,” is over 145 years old. In 1877 the United States Army selected Fort Thomas as a site for a military post because of its lovely rolling highlands and location overlooking the Ohio River. The city is named in honor of General George Henry Thomas. There are still remnants from the time when the city was a fortification. A stone water tower is now a landmark and stands at the front of Tower Park.
The Campbell County YMCA offers indoor and outside pools as well as racquetball and fitness facilities. There is a private swim club plus the Highland County Club where golf is available to members. A large armory offers gymnasium facilities which are open to all ages at designated times. Volleyball leagues are formed each fall for indoor fun. Football, basketball, softball and soccer leagues are organized yearly."Tower Park" is the largest with almost 87 acres. The Armory Gymnasium and Rec Center is located here along with picnic areas, walking trails, tennis, basketball and volleyball courts, play areas, baseball field and an amphitheater. "Highland Hills Park" with its 77 acres has picnic areas, walking trails, play area, baseball/soccer field, volleyball and basketball courts, a nine-hold disc golf course and a dog park. "Rossford Park" features baseball and soccer fields, a walking trail, play area and one shelter. "Riggs Memorial Park" has picnic and play areas. There are also several baseball, football and soccer fields in the city.
The Fort Thomas Military and Community Museum shows off local treasures and items from The Beverly Hills Suppler Club Fire.
Fort Thomas hosts several events annually including a holiday walk as well as an Independence Day Celebration with a classic car show, music, food and a parade.
102 Hartweg Ave
Fort Thomas, KY 41075