The Greater Cincinnati area provides many desirable communities in which to Live and Work.

Liberty Township

Located in the center of the fast-growing Cincinnati-Dayton metroplex, Liberty Township is an attractive community in Butler County providing a blend of both traditional and contemporary styling for its 37,000+ residents.  It offers beautiful communities (Four Bridges, Carriage Hill, Cedarbrook, Turnbridge), family friendly neighborhoods, and access to numerous parks and recreation programs as well as abundant shopping.  

Providing convenient access to I-75 as well as SR 129, Liberty Township in located in the middle of the Cincinnati-Dayton Growth Corridor.  With Cincinnati 20 miles to the south and Dayton 25 miles to the north, there is easy access to a variety of cultural events including museums, symphonies, fine dining and college and professional sporting events. 

Having seen a transformation from rural area into a desirable bedroom community, Liberty Township continues to grow and develop as can be seen with the addition of the Liberty Center.  Here are several great articles on the expansion and exciting future in store:


An Interchange Opened Explosive Growth in Liberty Township. Here's How.

The Growth Continues in Liberty Township!

Why This New Hospital's Opening is Part of Bigger Plans in Liberty Township

West Chester

Located near the center of the fast-growing Cincinnati-Dayton metroplex, West Chester Township offers a traditional suburban lifestyle with the vitality and energy of an urban setting.  Formerly known as Union Township, West Chester Township is located in Butler County along the I-75 corridor about 18 miles north of Cincinnati and is the largest township by population in Ohio with nearly 61,000 residents.

It offers beautiful golf-course communities (WetheringtonBeckett Ridge), family friendly neighborhoods, access to numerous parks and recreation programs as well as abundant shopping. 

The community also benefits from a diverse tax base with nearly 3,000 businesses and enjoys three distinct business districts known as Uptown, Midtown and Downtown.  Handsome and impressive commercial developments include the Union Centre Tech Corridor and the University Pointe regional medical campus.



Deerfield Township is a vibrant community in Warren County that offers its 36,000 plus residents the advantages and conveniences of urban living in a beautiful country setting.  It blends residential communities and neighborhoods with hundreds of businesses.

Deerfield Township is 16 miles northeast of Cincinnati on I-71, conveniently located between Cincinnati, Dayton and Columbus.  It is the most populous municipality in Warren County and provides a great park system and bustling retail and entertainment scene, including the Deerfield Towne Center.  It is also home to Landen, a beautiful planned community with a fine mix of homes with appeal to a cross-section of buyers, as well as a mile-long 56 acre sailing lake.


Awarded number 7 on Money Magazine's "Best Places to Live" for families among America's small towns, the former farming community of Mason has evolved over the years into a progressive and rapidly developing city with a strong industrial base.  Conveniently located between routes I-71 and I-75 in Warren County, Mason's 30,000+ residents have easy access to the metropolitan centers of both Cincinnati (22 miles to the southeast) and Dayton (30 miles to the north), as well as Columbus.

Considered one of the most desirable communities in the Cincinnati metropolitan area, Mason provides everything from beautiful homes to entertainment, from grocery stores to professional offices.  Five regional shopping centers are within a 20 minute drive.

Residents of the City of Mason have many recreational opportunities available at their doorstep, ranging from golf and the Kings Island amusement park, to seven city parks that include fishing lakes, walking trails, ball fields, tennis courts, picnic shelters, and playgrounds.


Located approximately 30 miles northeast of Cincinnati and 25 miles south of Dayton in Warren County, Lebanon is a unique city of 20,000+ residents that was selected as an "Ohio  Best Hometown" in 2012 by Ohio Magazine.  Lebanon is widely known as a tourist destination due to its many historic landmarks, points of interest, regional festivals and downtown shopping.  The downtown offers a diverse and eclectic mix of old and new, traditional and progressive, with specialty shops, antique stores, modern services and dining.

Lebanon's charm and close proximity to both Cincinnati and Dayton make it a popular place for new residents and businesses, which include multiple industrial parks and hundreds of businesses.  The surrounding countryside is home to various fruit orchards.


Located in both Butler and Warren Counties, in the center of the fast-growing Cincinnati-Dayton metroplex along the bustling I-75 corridor, Middletown offers a comfortable hometown to roughly 50,000+ residents.  It's enviable location along I-75 provides easy access to both Cincinnati and Dayton and has attracted a good mix of both services and commercial development.  Middletown features a blend of historic homes as well as newer construction with neighborhoods offering a wide range of housing styles and settings, from historic to rural to contemporary.

Middletown is also home to several top rated festivals, such as: the Middfest International, which features a different country each year; the Ohio Challenge Presented by hot air balloon festival; and Light Up Middletown, a fantasy drive-through light display.

South Lebanon

Located in Warren County to the south of the city of Lebanon is the Village of South Lebanon.  With a population of 4,000+ residents, South Lebanon exudes a small town feel yet it also has a plan for growth.  It offers picturesque terrain, community parks, activities such as golf and biking trails, shopping and entertainment.  As part of Soth Lebanon's growth, River's Crossing is a major retail complex providing services and family entertainment to the area.


Located 14 miles northeast of Cincinnati in Hamilton CountyMontgomery is a vibrant, family oriented city that has evolved over the years into an upscale and fourishing neighborhood.  The community is distinguished by elegant single-family homes, as well as townhouses and condominiums, and provides its 10,000+ residents with features such as seven parks, a municipal swimming pool, sports facilities and 30+ historic landmarks.

With easy access to routes I-71 and I-275, Montgomery retains its historic downtown and has many 19th century houses scattered throughout the community.  It also has a charming business district with quaint brick sidewalks lined with shops, services and restaurants.

Symmes Township

Located 20 miles northeast of Cincinnati, Symmes Township is one of the premier residential communities in Hamilton County.   In addition to it's custom homes, country manors, and elegant estates on sprawling country lots, it also offers luxurious new condominiums that provide a low-maintenance lifestyle.

Located conveniently between I-71 and I-275, Symmes Township offers its 14,000+ residents quality residential neighborhoods, a beautiful park system, and various points of interest.  In addition, it also contains a thriving business community, being home to a variety of companies, public institutions and shopping areas (Shops at Harper Point, Harper's Station, Governor's Plaza).