Cincinnati has quite a skyline (no, we’re not talking about coneys) and having a great view will remind you why they used to call us “The Queen of the West.”
1. 2 Filson Place, Mt. Adams, $259,900
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo is 684-square-feet with views of the city and river. Hardwood floors throughout the home and exposed brick give a rustic element to the space and a small loft area next to a set of windows will have you feeling like you’re in an urban flat.
2. 512 Reading Rd., Over-the-Rhine, $349,000
This uber-modern loft is filled with exposed brick, high ceilings, and exposed air ducts. The rooftop deck has spectacular views of the city and doubles as an entertaining space. The two bedroom, two bathroom condo is 2,291-square-feet of open and airy space.
3. 1715 E. McMillan St., Walnut Hills, $1,285,000
This home may break the bank, but the views from this condo are incredible. Looking for more than just a peek of the river? This is the place for you. The deck on the back lines the entire rear of the condo and provides panoramic river views from miles away. The kitchen is a masterpiece and an elevator takes you directly to your front door.
4. 558 Liberty Hill, Mt. Auburn, $320,000
Located in an unassuming neighborhood, the views from this two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo are spectacular. The condo features 1,932-square-feet of open space with a spiral staircase and rounded doorways. A large, segmented window shows off the city’s skyline and the back deck gives you an even better look.
5. 937 Monastery St., Mt. Adams, $379,900
This Mt. Adams condo is within walking distance to many restaurants and nightlife, and a short drive to downtown. Featuring two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this 1,666-square-foot condo has a clear view of the city and a built-in entertainment center.
6. 18 E. Fourth St., downtown, $458,000
Downtown is always a commodity in the housing market and this loft is a haven for those who love the city. It has the look and feel of an urban loft with an open floor plan and views of the river and stadiums.
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