Kenwood, like nearby Madeira and Montgomery, has seen its fair share of tear-downs. Such progress has both plusses and minuses, but the thing we worry about is the waste when builders throw away the components of the older (but otherwise viable) structures.
That’s why we’re big fans when builders do what this one did, in Kenwood: use the original home’s footprint and exterior walls as a base and go up and out from there. The result here is a 1955 former ranch that’s now an uber-modern two-story set in an established Cincinnati suburb.
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