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There's no denying it--Ohio has a reputation. A good one! Long conceived of as wholesome and hard-working, Ohioans are the quintessential Midwesterners. No matter where you're moving from or how long you expect to say, your new neighbors will be happy to take you in as if you've lived there all your life.
The first thing you'll notice as you pull into Batavia, Ohio, your new home, is that it's completely beautiful. Deciduous trees, four distinct seasons, and an inviting chill in the air---Ohio has surprised many visitors with its understated natural beauty. Now let it seduce you too.
The settlers who named and built Batavia depended on one another for their very lives--but don't worry, the modern equivalent of that closeness is the Batavia Township Community Center and Park, where neighbors gather to renew their bond with each other and catch up on news and gossip. While grown-ups sit down for a chat, fidgety kids can play on the playground complete with tetherball stand and basketball court. The park is a low-key and pretty environment for everyone to blow off some steam and socialize. If you want to go deeper into Batavia's natural beauty, use the town's miles of wooded trails to hike or bike your way into familiarity with your new home.
The Park has a more serious purpose too. It is the home of the Veterans Memorial Plaza. Like any smaller town, Batavia has its share of warriors and veterans, and honors this proud heritage with a space dedicated just to them. It also recognizes the airborne among our freedom fighters at the Tri-State Warbird Museum, home of restored vintage aircraft such as a World War II-era B-52, and the appropriately-named Avenger, which brought down the bomber planes that attacked Pearl Harbor. Visit the museum for a fun and educational afternoon learning about the planes and the valiant men and women who flew them.
Batavia is also ideally-located for those who want to commute to and from Cincinnati without the hassle of traffic. Slightly southeast of the Queen City on the river, you'll be close (but not too close!) to your job downtown, to a night at a Cincinnati Reds game, to an afternoon of sweet music at the Ohio Valley Jazz Festival, and the excitement of the state's third-largest city. Cincinnati is also known for its historic neighborhoods and architecture, so if you love a good walking tour, prepare to enjoy yourself--and take a lot of photos!
At New Home Source, we want to connect you to the Batavia home that's best for you and your family. Get started today, and start planning your life in the heart of Clermont county.