233 PikeBromley, KY 41016
Absolutely Adorable!! Very Well Maintained Home! Large 1st Floor Master-Newer Appliances-Great Private Fenced Yard w/ Garden Space-Newer Roof-Updated Electric-Off street parking out front-(previous owners also had off street parking in the rear by taking a section of the fence out) Near Wonderful Park-Walkout Basement-Basement was previously finished & has several rooms + a workshop-Cute Front Porch-Peaceful views-A real Pleasure to show-Property is in the 100 year flood plain
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.
Bromley, KY 41016