HOME + GARDEN
The owners repurposed stable doors and kept the original saddle rack and iron gates on site, too, but our favorite salvage of all is the powder room sink, which used to be a water trough in one of the horse stalls.
In its former life, this building was home to the H. Neuer Glass company, established in 1909; roughly 100 years later, the 33,000 square-foot building was renamed the Glass House Lofts and converted into 11 condominiums.
970 Lenox Pl., Avondale, $650,000 No, you’re not seeing double; we ran a story last month on a different Swiss Chalet, in East Walnut Hills....
Finneytown has been long overlooked as one of Cincinnati’s centrally located neighborhoods with great bang for your home-buying buck.
Like so much post-World War II housing, most Deer Park homes are sturdy brick ranches or cape cods set on fraction-of-an-acre lots – modest by more recent suburban standards but, for a 1950’s-era population who’d previously mostly lived in city rental units, this life represented the iconic “American Dream.”
If the thought of moving after living in a home for 40+ years (and accumulating random objects for just as long) sounds harrowing, may we suggest moving into a home now that you can age in, worry-free?
Oftentimes, when an historic home is converted to a multi-family, it loses a lot of its charm. Thankfully this stately Clifton three-family is an exception.