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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.

A Colonial Estate in Glendale with a Fancy Hollywood-Style Split Staircase

There are certain neighborhoods in Cincinnati where it’s really fun to ogle homes; Glendale is one such place.

This Cheery East Walnut Hills Condo Includes Kitchen Appliances and Private Parking

This second-story condo in a converted East Walnut Hills mansion will get one lucky buyer into a hot local neighborhood without breaking the bank.

Inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s Boulter House in Clifton

Ben Dombar oversaw construction of this Frank Lloyd Wright Usonian, which has managed to survive structural issues and renovations to find new life.

Mid-Century Modern Architect Ray Roush Designed This Anderson Township House

While he's best known for his partnership with architech Carl Strauss, this house and two others—including his own—were Ray Roush's work alone.