In 1880s America, there were basically three urban housing options: mansions with a full allotment of servants for the affluent, residential hotels for the merely well-to-do, and tenements for the great unwashed. The Emery brothers built Cincinnati’s first apartment buildings with suites of three to five rooms all on one floor.
High-profile rescues such as the SPCA have been caring for and saving animals for decades. However, they aren’t the only such organization in our community.
And they're not all river views, either.
Life on this property is about as close as you can get to experiencing the American Southwest in our Midwestern city.
Who says you have to go out of town to get away?
In the market for a fresh bouquet or potted houseplant? These shops have what you need and more.
Wanting to upgrade your home but not sure where to start? Here's a roundup of some of our favorite shops.
The clapboard-sided structure remains immaculately kept and resembles a very livable late-1800s showplace.
Striking the right balance between cabin-comfy and full-time-home functionality, 129 Bonnie Heath Circle makes Loveland feel like a getaway.
The first floor has a “completely open floor plan", along with high ceilings and an abundance of windows, making this home feel light and airy–even if you have it packed to the gills with friends and family.