Known as the ”Wolf House,” this Amberley Village home was built by Carl Strauss and Ray Roush in 1976, and is looking for a new owner.
A recently renovated kitchen, in-law suite, and fully finished basement are just a few of the perks in this 6,000-square-foot home.
Forget the massive manor. This adorable 1929-built four-bedroom, three-bath mini castle in Kennedy Heights is a sweet dream.
Historic details like leaded glass bay windows and original plaster moldings share space with high-end appliances and a sweet master bath in East Walnut Hills.
From modern to charming, here’s a trio of homes with different styles all located in the peaceful, close-knit community of Terrace Park.
Picturesque landscaping, window boxes, and a close-knit neighborhood make this charming Mariemont abode a perfect family home.
These two West End row houses are located in the Dayton Street Historic District, near where FC Cincinnati is building its new stadium.
The original part of the home dates back to the 1850s, but major renovations over the years give this space all the modern comforts.
This $3.2 million modular beauty looks like it belongs in the hills of Cali, but the Jose Garcia masterpiece is a Cincinnati dream.
From a full-size tennis court to a swing set and an outdoor patio, this family-friendly Hyde Park home has plenty of room for play and entertaining.