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A Home With Heart

An 1895 brick Victorian in Mt. Auburn gets a sophisticated glow-up and becomes a beloved family home.

A Completely Custom Contemporary

This Clermont County house in the woods is truly one of a kind.

A Made-Over Queen Anne in Madisonville

The updated home features a wrap-around porch, a sleek reworked kitchen—and an unbelievable story.

Local History on the Market in Indian Hill

A 13-acre estate—complete with a Colonial Revival manor and fabulous guest house—fit for a Kroger heiress.

Restoring A Newport Farmhouse For An Urban Environment

Mansion Hill Properties works to revamp while preserving history.

Living History in Montgomery

Since 1803, this farmhouse has kept watch over Montgomery Road. For the last 40 years, one family has watched over it.

A 1951 Mid-Century Gem in Kennedy Heights

Every detail mattered when architect Edmund Hare designed this home—because he was designing it for himself.

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.