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How a Local Family Found Itself at the Center of the National Covington Catholic...

When Michael Hodge and his family found themselves at the center of an internet firestorm, they made something good out of all the negativity.

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.