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Old 01-02-2008, 08:39 PM
 
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Red face Single, 50, moving to NKY

I am single and 50 moving to NKY in the next couple of months. How is this area for getting to meet other single people, and what would be the best area to buy a small house? I would prefer to live where I could be centrally located to everything, but not in the heart of the 75 traffic if that makes sense. I just don't want to get into a neighborhood which is predominantly families, but not sure exactly where to start looking. By the way, nothing wrong with children, I just don't have any. I will be contacting a realtor, but thought I might get some feedback on here first.
Any ideas would greatly be appreciated.
Thank you
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Old 01-03-2008, 02:14 PM
 
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The best stuff for singles (bars, restaurants, public gathering spots) would be close to downtown in Newport or across the licking river in Covington. Watch out in Covington though, as there are still some seedy areas. I would highly recommend Newport / Bellevue as friendly communities with people of all ages. Many people living around there are single, if not most, and it's a really fun area of town. Given your criteria, I would stay close to Newport / Covington / Bellevue etc... 75 / 471 isn't an issue. The farther you get away from downtown Cincy, as you might guess, the more like suburbia the world becomes - however, there are some great areas out there that aren't too far away. Hope that helps - welcome to the bluegrass and Go CATS!
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Old 01-04-2008, 07:08 PM
 
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We have a lot in common, about the same age, single and although I have children, they are grown. I've been looking toward central Kentucky but haven't made a definite commitment.
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