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A Pet Monkey Made This Bellevue House Famous

Today, countless Bellevue natives know this house simply as the place “where the monkey used to live."

An Uber Sleek Home in Delhi Township

This contemporary home with a wooded two-and-a-half-acre lot is one of just six homes on a private drive in Delhi Township.

A Totally Refurbished Townhome Just Steps from Eden Park

Whenever an older home can be rescued and revived instead of torn down, it’s feels like a win-win, especially where the environment is concerned.

A 109-Year-Old Gem on Norwood’s Floral Avenue

This home has only been on the market once before, when the current owner’s grandparents purchased the house from its original owners in 1939.

An Industrial-Style Condo on Fourth Street with Ohio River Views

Built circa 2006, the Parker Flats project includes 49 condos with soaring 16-foot-high ceilings, walls of windows, and Ohio River views. This corner unit in particular strikes our fancy.

This Indian Hill Home Has an Indoor Pool and a Sandy Beach to Go...

A one-of-a-kind Indian Hill home incorporates whimsical features that go far beyond the norm.

An Amberley Village Mid-Century Modern on Almost Two Acres

This 1955 Mid-Century Modern was built with steel beams and floor joists as “an extra measure to insure performance and durability.”

An Eclectic North Avondale Home with a Private Treed Yard

We’re big fans of historic North Avondale homes, especially this 97-year-old white house with three floors of living space and a private treed yard.

An Indian Hill Mansion with a Personality All Its Own

Newer construction often has a cookie-cutter feeling about it. That’s not the case with this 18-year-old Indian Hill estate home.

A Blue Ash Home That Proves There’s Still a Little Old School Charm in...

Blue Ash is known for its stock of contemporary homes and new construction, but it has a few older homes, too, like this 1939 gem.
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