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How This Anderson Township House Started a Family
Brian Bartal and Reinaldo Alves Barbosa knew this home would be great for parties. They just didn’t know the parties would be for their kids.
A Fairytale Cottage in Wyoming
Designed by Walter Cordes, who shaped much of Wyoming’s built environment, this storybook cottage serves up plenty of charm.
Two Stunning Houses Sit on One Property in Washington Township
On this Washington Township property, the guest house includes an attached garage, a greenhouse, and its share of dramatic views.
Daventry at Summit Park Offers a Fresh Take on Suburban Living
It’s all about the alley-load garages at Daventry at Summit Park, a new Blue Ash development that’s creating community.
A Striking College Hill House in the Woods
College Hill’s Fox Preserve is a one-of-a-kind location for those who want the beauty of nature with the city’s convenience.
A West Side Home Gets a Second Chance at Life
This Green Township home, across from the Western Hills Country Club, has a storybook exterior and a striking interior re-do.
This Classic Westwood Victorian Is a Sign of the Times
With real estate inventory low, buyers are exploring new neighborhoods, including the very affordable Westwood.
A Colorful Victorian in Spring Grove Village
The architectural lines are all proper Victorian lady, but the color palette is a riotous rainbow, accented with historic details.
Heritage Acres Memorial Sanctuary Is Our Area’s Only Dedicated Natural Burial Preserve
Heritage Acres offers families a burial option that’s more in tune with the cycle of nature.
This 19th Century Newport Mansion Sits at the Middle of an Old Scandal
An illegitimate wife, a contested estate, stained-glass windows sold away (and bought back!), and a full restoration bring this Newport beauty back to life.