The future owners of these two recently renovated Covington homes can enjoy perks of a like-new abode and an active neighborhood.
Tim Timmerman and Chris Holtman of home renovation brand Resist the Boring explain what flipping homes in Cincinnati is really like.
A glorious Gilded Age jewel box with spectacular period details, it was built for jeweler and clock maker Frank Herschede and his wife Sadie.
Sellers Erin and Colin Flynn spent two years designing and renovating their 2,100-square-foot home—and now you can reap the benefits of their sharp eye.
Homeowner Heather Neltner remodeled this 1935 Ft. Thomas residence to "bring it back to its original glory" and add modern updates.
Built in 1936, this five-bedroom, five-bath Hyde Park mansion has aged well. It features a unique combination of Italianate- and Tudor-style construction.
From white oak hardwood floors throughout to three covered balconies, plus a rooftop patio, this Riverside Drive home is luxury living at its best.
Home improvement resolutions—a kitchen makeover, master suite, or outdoor living—may still be realized this year with some expert help.
Built in 1964, this bigger-than-it-looks beauty has something for everyone.
Perched on a hill in Dayton, Kentucky, this contemporary tri-level home has mega cool vibes.