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This 1979 Spanish-slash-hacienda-style home kind of feels like a hidden treasure tucked in amongst Glendale’s more typical Victorians.
It was named by architectural historian Walter Langsam in Great Homes of Cincinnati as “one of Cincinnati’s most unusual and influential dwellings.”
Renovations from two previous owners revived this west-side gem and made it a showplace.
Historians and archaeologists were astounded at the discovery of one extraordinarily small and precise Minoan bead, the likes of which had never been seen before.
The clapboard-sided structure remains immaculately kept and resembles a very livable late-1800s showplace.
The competition starts July 21 after a bicycle torch relay and Washington Park parade of neighborhoods.
In the densely wooded Congress Run Creek “neighborhood," there are no sidewalks; everything here is connected simply by the creek itself.
Bestselling author, business consultant, and public speaker Matthew Kelly has built a successful brand, but his real calling is bringing people back to the Catholic Church.
European touches and fantastic outdoor spaces abound at this home.