Mitchell Farm is a residential community promoting a family-friendly and safe neighborhood. It features executive style homes, professionally landscaped stone entryway, sidewalks with streetlamps, playground, community pool and swim club, wooded lots and some cul-de-sac home sites backing up to Hickory Woods Golf Course. Mitchell Farm is conveniently located near I-275 allowing for an easy commute to downtown Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky. It is in Clermont County and is part of the Milford Exempted Village School District.
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Exquisite Mitchell Farm transitional boasting 2 story foyer and great room with walls of windows ~ chef's kitchen with glam granite & hardwood ~ 1st floor study and laundry ~ huge walkout ll/possible 4th br ~ 2888 fin...
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