Cincinnati and its surrounding metropolitan area boast an impressive inventory of intact historic homes. The city has a
wide variety of almost every architectural style from the last two centuries, including early and mid-19th century Federal
and Greek Revival, late 19th century Italianate and Victorian, and early 20th century Arts and Crafts and Art Deco.
Because of the abundance of architectural styles, Cincinnati's real estate market offers many opportunities for acquiring
historic homes. Prices range from tens of thousands of dollars to multi-millions.
To find real estate opportunities, click the house icons on the map to search for homes in specific neighborhoods.
For a broader MLS search of homes built before 1935, scroll down to use "Ohio Historic Home Search" or "Kentucky Historic
Click the house icons or neighborhood drop down tab to view homes for sale.
We appreciate you reading our blog. We love that you share our passion for historic homes. That is why today as want to share with you, a special listing that isn’t yet on the market. This pocket listing is not yet in MLS, But we wanted to give you a head start. So take it!
Give us a call today at 513-259-3001 to set up a showing. This is one Victorian home you wont want to miss.
POCKET LISTING: 8315 CAMARGO ($750,000)
Located in Indian Hill
5 Bed/4 Bath
4,360 Sq Ft
Huge living space
Formal Dining Room
Expansive Outdoor Spaces
2 Car Garage
Private Setting on 1.8 acres!
This Historic Victorian Gothic home was built in 1865 around an earlier existing post and beam cottage. Parts of the original home can be found throughout the house with exposed hand hewn beams. This property could have been built around 1830 during the construction of the Cincinnati and Marietta Railroad line. The victorian surround was built for a wealthy industrialists daughter, Emeline Sheild Stickney. Emeline lived in the house with her 4 daughters, two of which etched their name in the glass window of an upstair bedroom.