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Old 11-06-2015, 01:49 PM
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I have received a job offer in the Madisonville area, and am looking to live in the country. I have several dogs which are used to living in the country and having the ability to exercise and run in the yard. I am also an avid gun enthusiast, and am used to being able to shoot guns at my house, although this is not an explicit requirement. I have lived in both Ohio and Kentucky, (I still own a home in central KY). I would consider living in either state, although I lean towards Kentucky. I would probable be renting at first (assuming I can find a place that lets me have my dogs), although buying is my long-term goal.

My primary questions are:
1) where can i find country living ~30 mins from Madisonville ? east of Cinci out highway 32 or 50?
2) would taking 275 bridge to KY be feasible ?

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Old 11-06-2015, 02:07 PM
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Thirty minutes out U.S. 50 would get you out past Owensville in Clermont County, which would be a direct commute for you. Look in eastern Miami Township, Goshen Township, Stonelick Township. Even Wayne or Jackson townships, farther east, would be an easy commute on U.S. 50.

Out Ohio 32, you'd have to get past Batavia for country living -- Batavia is about 20 minutes from Madisonville (my old commute). So out that way, you'd look in Williamsburg Township or into Mt. Orab in Brown County.

Southern Clermont County is even more rural than northern Clermont County, if you look around New Richmond or farther east.

Good luck finding a place.
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