Is this view worth $2.95 million? Well, it comes with a sprawling home with spectacular outdoor spaces, including a small pool and a cabana.
This Evanston foursquare’s modern makeover is all in the details: Michigan pine floors, a custom Italian range, and a seamless shower enclosure.
From the front, this Anderson home looks like a traditional ranch, but its six-level deck and incredible views make it a riverside oasis.
With a massive front yard and welcoming front porch, this historic North Avondale estate is a preserved piece of history.
Sleek and minimalist, this $1.5 million home in Prospect Hill offers the most insane views of the city and major California vibes.
This Hans Nuetzel–designed home blends the best of the ’80s with mid-century influences, and makes great use of its hillside setting.
Historic elements like a Prohibition-era rathskeller and original 1890s light fixtures take center stage in Rich Graeter's East Walnut Hills home.
Completely renovated from the inside out, you’d never know this Mt. Lookout farmhouse—home to former Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton—was built in 1987.
From Pleasant Ridge bungalows to gutted Madisonville foursquares, these local flippers are preserving historic Cincinnati homes.
This two-floor Pendleton condo includes all the signature elements of an urban loft—exposed brick, exposed ducts, high ceilings, and a spiral staircase.