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Six Features That Make a Home Mid-Century Modern

Mid-Century Modern homes are back in favor, so we break down the elements of their appeal.

Stage Your Home Using These Four Tips From an Emmy-Winning Set Designer

Robert Harbour is an Emmy-winning set designer and experienced home rehabber. His advice can help you stage your home on your own.

An 1872 One-Room Schoolhouse-Turned-Home in Cozaddale

Built in 1872, this home was once the Cozaddale schoolhouse.

A Charming Cape Cod in Terrace Park

This 1941 cape cod features an updated kitchen, refinished hardwood floors, and two sizable exterior porches.

A Strauss/Roush Original in East Walnut Hills Gets a Jose Garcia Update

The distinctive living room and side porch now come with a spa-like master suite and an updated kitchen.

A Total Rehab in the Heart of Deer Park

More than 100 years old, this Deer Park house has had a complete overhaul.

An Art Moderne Home in Indian Hill

This 1949 art moderne–style Indian Hill home was built for a descendent of the Hudepohl brewing family.

A Picture-Perfect Victorian in Old Milford

This 149-year-old Victorian in old Milford just may be one of our favorite listings this year.

A Gingerbread Charm in Pleasant Ridge

This 1931 tudor-style home’s curb appeal draws buyers in, but once inside, they may be more impressed with how big it lives.

A Sparkling 113-Year-Old Rehab in Evanston

This 113-year-old rehabbed Evanston home includes major perks like a spacious master bedroom, two fireplaces, and a finished third-floor bonus room.