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This nearly 6,000-square-foot Hyde Park home was a renowned bed and breakfast named the Victoria Inn for more than 15 years.
Designed by architect Richard Peacock and built in 1970, the home has gone by the nickname the “Peacock House” ever since.
At least 11 families have called this charm-filled Wyoming Victorian home, but its original owner is lost to time.
This 1983 contemporary home is known simply as the Gordon House for its only owner to date.
This 146-year-old brick charmer on Republic Street could easily be the poster child for historic downtown Cincinnati architecture.
Glendale is one of the city’s more charming suburbs, abundant with historic homes on spacious lots. Here are three prime examples.