Late in his career, Frank Lloyd Wright experimented with a residential design style called Usonian. Two such homes exist in Cincinnati; next week, one—this Clifton two-story—will go on the market.
Once home to an interior designer, this cozy saltbox is ready for its new owner.
Decades ago, these buildings were all connected and had 18 tenement-style apartments. Today, the 168-year-old structures are better-than-new single-family homes.
We talk about views a lot in this blog, usually of the river variety. But this area has some great cityscape views, too, especially from the Kentucky side of the river looking north, and especially at night.
This Terrace Park octogenarian is a fantastic example of how an updated paint job and fresh landscaping can really turn heads
Last month, a headline story in the Wall Street Journal’s Mansion section, Buy Me A River, noted that a nationwide trend of moving to city riverfronts is “sweeping the country.”
It’s easy to fall in love with this charming brick-and-stone cottage.
It was only a matter of time before Evanston—a neighborhood tucked between Hyde Park and East Walnut Hills—caught the eye of rehabbers and first-time homebuyers
There’s charm for days in this sunny yellow 1916 Craftsman-style home just 40 minutes north of the city, in Lebanon.
This Georgian Revival, a past participant, is one of our favorites, so we convinced homeowners Mike and Cindy Dingeldein to share some photos.