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A Ranch with Sweeping Woodland Views Just Outside of Downtown Loveland

100 Seyffer Drive, Loveland Once known simply for its subdivisions, Loveland’s been working overtime the past several years to freshen up its image; in 2018, homebuyers noticed and the community earned a spot on the...

This Renovated Mt. Lookout Victorian Has Windows of Every Shape and Size

3661 Heekin Avenue, Mt. Lookout We’re in love with all the interesting windows on this 1887 Mt. Lookout home; there are arched windows, bay windows, dormer windows, circular windows and—tucked up in to the patterned,...

A Single-Story Contemporary with Vaulted Ceilings Galore in Indian Hill

8150 Muchmore Point Lane, Indian Hill Tucked into a wooded Indian Hill lot, this contemporary home designed by architect Hans Nuetzel is an excellent example of the late architect’s work. Nuetzel, of partial Jewish heritage, earned...

Coming Soon: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boulter House

Late in his career, Frank Lloyd Wright experimented with a residential design style called Usonian. Two such homes exist in Cincinnati; next week, one—this Clifton two-story—will go on the market.

This Sweet Cottage Is a Little Piece of New England in Hyde Park

Once home to an interior designer, this cozy saltbox is ready for its new owner.

On The Market: Neighboring OTR Homes

Decades ago, these buildings were all connected and had 18 tenement-style apartments. Today, the 168-year-old structures are better-than-new single-family homes.

On The Market: Wide Open Spaces in Newport

We talk about views a lot in this blog, usually of the river variety. But this area has some great cityscape views, too, especially from the Kentucky side of the river looking north, and especially at night.

On The Market: Curb Appeal in Terrace Park

This Terrace Park octogenarian is a fantastic example of how an updated paint job and fresh landscaping can really turn heads

On The Market: Panoramic River Views at the Edgecliff

Last month, a headline story in the Wall Street Journal’s Mansion section, Buy Me A River, noted that a nationwide trend of moving to city riverfronts is “sweeping the country.”

On The Market: A Norwood Cottage

It’s easy to fall in love with this charming brick-and-stone cottage.