Home Authors Posts by Lisa Murtha
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.
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.
A one-of-a-kind Indian Hill home incorporates whimsical features that go far beyond the norm.
This 1955 Mid-Century Modern was built with steel beams and floor joists as “an extra measure to insure performance and durability.”
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.
Newer construction often has a cookie-cutter feeling about it. That’s not the case with this 18-year-old Indian Hill estate home.
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.