A quick scan of MLS house listings in Cincinnati’s hottest walkable neighborhoods shows a major residential design trend: developers buying older properties, then gutting...
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
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.
Renovations from two previous owners revived this west-side gem and made it a showplace.
Though this Northside home is more than a century old, its top-to-bottom renovation has it feeling modern and fresh.
This house’s prime spot isn’t the only thing worth gawking at; its recent renovations have us drooling, too.
Lauren Farquhar and Josh Jansen, owners of the renovation company Storied Homes, flipped this Victorian Carpenter Gothic home w
Originally built in 1897, this home is better known as Marion Hall, a Xavier dorm from 1958 to 1991.
With the owner as the general contractor and a constant eye to making it work for family life, they paid meticulous attention to historic authenticity, quality, and sustainability.
Cincinnati’s condemned building list is getting attention from local preservationists trying to hold back the tide of demolitions.