Norwood’s got a lot going for it—historic homes on Floral Avenue, the Rookwood Shopping Center—but single family residential construction hasn’t been one of those things. Until now.
3535 Epworth Avenue, Westwood, $298,500 We’re thrilled to see how much love Westwood housing stock has been getting in recent years; as one of the...
In a world that overwhelmingly favors sterile grey and beige decor, we’re head over heels for this Pleasant Ridge brick four bedroom with a green tile roof.
This sprawling historic district home was built in 1820 by Major Alfred Sandford. Today, it’s one of the oldest standing buildings in Kenton County.
What’s cool about this house is, even though it looks historic, it’s actually just 22 years old (except for the wood-and-leaded-glass front door, which was salvaged from the previous home on this lot).
Normally we don’t feature homes that are still under construction but the renderings on this one are so realistic (and cool) that we wanted to share.
From a 1956 kit home to built-ins galore.
The owners repurposed stable doors and kept the original saddle rack and iron gates on site, too, but our favorite salvage of all is the powder room sink, which used to be a water trough in one of the horse stalls.
In its former life, this building was home to the H. Neuer Glass company, established in 1909; roughly 100 years later, the 33,000 square-foot building was renamed the Glass House Lofts and converted into 11 condominiums.
970 Lenox Pl., Avondale, $650,000 No, you’re not seeing double; we ran a story last month on a different Swiss Chalet, in East Walnut Hills....