Batavia is a village within the larger Batavia Township east of Cincinnati. The entire township is 41.6 sq mi and is home to about 23,953 people. The village has about 1509 people and is the county seat for Clermont County.
The township is about 20 minutes from Cincinnati. It is roughly bordered by SR 125 to the south and Hwy 50 to the north. The Ohio River runs through the village. You’ll find direct access from SR 32 to the I-275 beltway.
Ulysses S Grant, the Civil War hero and US President, was born nearby. You can visit his birthplace, boyhood home, and schoolhouse. It was also active in the Underground Railroad and there are trails and museums nearby.
Homes within Batavia Township average about $151K. Since it is a relatively rural area, there are some terrific plots of land for sale. Homes range from older turn-of-the-last-century to perfectly modern and up-to-date homes with terrific views. For more on what is currently available, click here.
Depending on where you live, there are three school districts. The Batavia Local School District supervises schools within Batavia. Clermont Northeastern Local School District covers people living within the northern sections of the township. The West Clermont Local Schools covers the western and southern portions of the township. Niche.com assigns all three districts B grades. For more information on which district covers your potential purchase, please contact the districts.
The University of Cincinnati has a campus in Clermont, the UC Clermont College. They offer both career-ready and transfer oriented programs.
Batavia is home to the Tri-State Warbird Museum. If you love warbirds, this is a great place to spend the day. Discover meticulously restored planes including:
- P-51D Mustang
- AT-6D Texan
- Grumman TBM-3 Avenger
- B-25 Mitchell – s/n 45-8898
- Boeing Stearman Model 75
- Beechcraft TC-45G Expeditor/Twin Beech
Presently, they have three planes that are being restored:
- Curtiss-Wright P-40 Kittyhawk
- Focke-Wulf Fw-190
- FG-1D Corsair
You’ll also find historic artifacts including a reproduction of the 353rd Fighter Group barracks in Raydon, England.
Batavia and Batavia Township are great places to live. If you’d like to see what is available, please give me a call. I’d love to show you around.
I am originally from Sharonville, Oh (a suburb of Cincinnati) and I know the Cincinnati/northern Kentucky area. As an active resident, I can help you find just the right area, town, and property for you. I’ll help you sell your Greater Cincy property, as well. If you are interested in real estate for sale in around Cincinnati, Ohio or northern Kentucky, please contact Cincinnati Rock-n-Roll Realtor® Gary Rossignol at (513) 777-2402 or search for a home now.