Located in Covington, Wallace Woods was developed from the Wallace family farm near the end of the nineteenth century. Wallace Woods is known for its diverse annual social activities, including a neighborhood-wide yard sale, bluegrass concert, dessert sale, progressive dinner, and corn roast. Among neighborhood associations in Covington, the Wallace Woods Neighborhood Association is particularly active and progressive, both politically and socially, in engineering pedestrian safety and green space.
Built from 1890 to 1925, historic homes include styles of Victorian Vernacular, Dutch Colonial, and Arts and Crafts foursquares, with some bungalows. Prices range from $30,000 for smaller homes needing work up to $250,000.