Mason, Ohio is located about 25 miles north of Cincinnati, about 35 miles south of Dayton, and lies just 5 miles north of the Northern part of Cincinnati’s I-275 loop. It’s nestled between I-75 and I-71 with quick highway access to both. Located in Warren County, Mason’s size is roughly 18 square miles, and it is known for its rapidly-growing, business-friendly community. With over 500 businesses including Luxottica Retail, Cintas Corporation, Mitsubishi, Procter & Gamble’s Health Care Research Center, Mason is a highly desirable place for premier companies to locate and their employees to live.
Homes in Mason are in high demand. With a population of over 31,000 and growing, there are numerous reasons why living here makes sense. Close location in relationship to Dayton and Cincinnati provides the convenience of being in nearly equal driving distances. This along with access to area recreation, professional sports in Cincinnati, quality schools/education are just a few good reasons why living in Mason has become a very popular and desirable home. Put simply, there’s a lot to do in Mason, and within a 40-mile radius- You and your family can enjoy cultural events in Cincinnati & Dayton, Ohio suburbs, Newport Kentucky, Covington Kentucky, Lawrenceburg Indiana, and much more. Additionally, within about a 100-mile radius or 2-hour drive, you can be in other few major cities such as Columbus Ohio, Lexington Kentucky, Louisville Kentucky, and Indianapolis Indiana. But, if you want to stay local, Mason has plenty of places to keep you fed and entertained.
Shop and dine at the Deerfield Towne Center to enjoy a variety retailers and restaurants. Experience the small hometown look and feel of downtown Mason’s independent specialty stores and restaurants. Benefit from being just minutes away from state-of-the-art lifestyle shopping at Liberty Center, Monroe outlet mall, and Trader World (one of the largest flea markets in the Midwest). Enjoy the abundant places to visit and play right in Mason.
For local amusement, entertainment, and recreation, top attractions include: Kings Island, The Beach Waterpark, Great Wolf Lodge and Conference Center, and The Lindner Family Tennis Center (home of the Western-Southern Open). Additionally, “The City of Mason operates and manages a state-of-the-art community recreation center that was built by the school district. The Community Center has over 150,000 square-feet of recreational and leisure facilities and equipment, as well as hundreds of programs and activities. Mason hosts several annual events including Red Rhythm & Boom held in July.”
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