1866 Mountainview Court

1866 Mountainview CourtFlorence, KY 41042

SOLD
Sold On: 9/27/2021 for $330,000
This Property is No Longer Available
MLS# 551386
4
Bedrooms
2 full 1 half
Baths
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Spectacular 4 Bedroom, Custom Build Spille Home. Features Expansive Luxurious 1st Floor Master Suite. 2 Story Wall of Windows. 3 Additional Large Bedrooms and Full Bath on Second Floor. Lots of Closets Open Floor Plan with Hardwood on 1st Floor. Beautiful Equipped Kitchen with all appliances and Island. Lush Landscape. Covered Front Porch and Patio. New HVAC and newer roof. Many extras and upgrades

Directions to this Listing: Plesant Valley to Woodcreek, Left on Morningside, Left on Mountainview Court
Property & Home Details
1999
Age
0.45
Acres
Boone County Public
School District
Features
County:
Boone County
Age:
1999
Appliances:
Dishwasher, Dryer, Garbage Disposal, Microwave, Refrigerator, Washer, Oven, Range
Architecture:
Traditional
Basement:
Full, Sump Pump, Unfinished
Construction:
Vinyl Siding
Cooling:
Central Air
Fireplace:
Gas
Garage spaces:
2
Heating:
Forced Air, Gas
Inside Features:
Cathedral Ceiling, Ceiling Fan(s), High Ceilings, Kitchen Island, Pantry, Cable TV, Wood Cabinets, Main Level Master, Walk Out
Lot description:
58x232x145x168
Outside:
Patio, Porch
Parking:
None, On Street, Attached
School district:
Boone County Public
Utilities:
Natural Gas Available
Lifestyle in Florence, KY
Florence

Florence is the second-largest city in Northern Kentucky with 30,000 people. The residents of this community take pride in its rich history and tradition.

Summary
As one of the fastest growing areas in the nation, the old fashioned farms of Boone County are joined by an abundance of multi-styled homes in Florence. In recent years, new construction has flourished with the addition of condominium and single-family homes ranging from moderately priced to luxury, custom-built homes. And in recent years, the Florence Mall has brought new opportunity and value to the area, making the city the center of shopping and trade in Northern Kentucky. This forward-looking community offers its residents a way of life that is close to our northern neighbor, Cincinnati, and offers a comfortable and upbeat lifestyle. Be sure to salute the Florence water tower – “Florence Y’All!”
Transportation
T.A.N.K. buses serve Florence and most areas of Boone County at about 20-minute intervals. The main streets, Dixie Highway and U.S. 42, lead to Interstate 75. Driving time to downtown Cincinnati is about 15 minutes. It is a 10-minute drive to the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport.
Hospitals
St. Elizabeth Hospital is located at I-75 at the Florence exit and staffs a 24-hour emergency room. Other nearby hospitals include St. Elizabeth South in Edgewood (10 minutes) and St. Elizabeth North in Covington (15 minutes). St. Elizabeth Florence Children’s Pavilion is located on Turfway Road.
Shopping
Florence Mall features 130 speciality stores. Crestview Hills Town Center is located at I-275 and Dixie Highway and is a lifestyle center featuring Dillards as an anchor along with a wide assortment of speciality stores and restaurants . This shopping center is close to St. Elizabeth Medical Center and Thomas More College in neighboring Kenton County.
Recreation

There are many parks in Florence. Florence Nature Park has 15+ acres with paved walking trails. People also enjoy the brick patio with a grill, granite animals, and a gazebo. Orleans Park has 11acres and is near the Orleans North subdivision. It has a shelter, playground area, sled hill, open space field, volleyball court, stocked lake and a paved walking trail. South Fork Park features 42 acres and has a nautical theme. Enjoy a sheltered area, playground, volleyball/basketball courts, pedestrian bridge, bike path log dam habitats, natural meadow areas as well as mounded earthen sculpture of topsoil for play. Stringtown Park has a Camelot theme on its eight acres. It has a playground area, basketball court, four fitness stations, paved trail and a shelter. This park also features sand volleyball, corn-hole sets and a seat wall. Niblack Memorial Park is 4.5 acres and is home to the Florence Senior Activity Center. The Walnut Creek Park is 2.5 acres and is located in the Walnut Creek subdivision. There is a ball field and open play area. Lincoln Woods Park features a tennis court, basketball court, playground, dirt trails and ball fields. Kentaboo Park is almost 16 acres and features the Evelyn M. Kalb Gathering House and an event center. There are paved walking trails, too.

The Florence/Boone County Skate Park with 22,000 square feet of concrete is the place for skateboarders, bikers, rollerblades and in-line skaters of course. Located on the campus of the Florence Government Center, this facility is designed for the novice as well as the experts.

Florence Freedom, a Frontier League Baseball team was the 2005 Frontier League Organization of the Year. Florence Freedom plays at Champion Field in the heart of Boone County, and offers a hometown, professional baseball experience and is an outing for young and old alike.

R.C. Durr YMCA is a state-of-the-art facility centrally located in Boone County on Route 18. The Y features a heated indoor pool and an outdoor pool, both with 25 lanes. A fitness center with cardio, strength training and free weights, the YMCA has personal fitness programs, a full gymnasium other programs for members.

There are several public golf courses near Florence: ;Boone Links has been named “Best Bang for the Buck” by Golf Digest. This 27-hole facility is open year round, weather permitting. Just off of Route 18 between Florence, Hebron and Burlington. Lassing Point is an 18-hole course with a driving range and short-game center on the premises. World of Golf is a great place to play, practice and learn.

Dinsmore Homestead is a unique historical site where visitors can learn what rural life was like in the 19th and early 20th centuries. Home tours and seasonal events are a highlight to Boone County history. Nature enthusiasts enjoy the hiking trails developed in cooperation with the Kentucky Nature Conservancy and the Boone County Parks Program.

The city of Florence hosts community events throughout the year. A Pooch Fest is held in September. Halloween Night Out brings out kids in costumes at the government center. The city also has an annual Veteran’s Day event and a Christmas tree-lighting ceremony.

Boone County naturally attracts horse lovers, but is also popular with those looking for sports such as swimming, soccer, baseball, tennis, and pee wee football. The arts are represented with dance and art classes available locally and in neighboring Cincinnati. Most any activity is within reach for Boone County residents.

Florence, KY 41042

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