Twenty One Thirty Six Saint James Avenue, A Love Story

There are many reasons why people choose to live in an historic home. For some, it is because the home reminds them that they are part of something bigger—the long continuum of history. These folks usually consider themselves to be stewards, not owners, and their calling is to keep the home in good shape for […]

Convert! A Stunning Second Act From Church to Home

Our latest listing at 825 Overton Street (MLS 527053) in the East Row Historic District, Newport, Kentucky, is an extraordinary example of adaptive reuse. Built in 1901 by the First Temple Society of Spiritualists, this 6,183-square-foot former church is now an elegant and functional 4-bedroom, 2 full bath / 2 half bath home.

Stuck on Stucco

Exterior stucco. When I think of it, I  think first of Tudor Revival or maybe Spanish Colonial (Cincinnati could be considered something of a “Tudor Town” but we have some Spanish Colonial homes too!). Stucco is more widespread here and elsewhere though. Some of the earliest stucco homes include examples of the Federal, Greek, and […]

A Timeless Revival

Colonial Revival is one of the most classic architectural styles. Popular from 1880 to 1960, details of this design continue to be used in homes built today. Our newest listing, 4021 La Crosse Avenue (MLS #1611441)–built in 1928 and tucked on a quiet cul-de-sac in the historic neighborhood of Madisonville–provides a fine example of this […]

The Francis Mansion—Definitely One Not To Miss

In our experience, a fair number of historic home owners didn’t set out to find and purchase their current home. Perhaps they were simply driving through a neighborhood and caught a glimpse of an old home for sale, or a well-intentioned friend (you know those types!) forwarded a listing to them. However, it happened, they […]

Victorian Christmas Home Tour and Tea

Each year, the East Row Historical Foundation hosts an incredible Christmas tour that showcases beautiful, restored homes on East Row. Visitors may walk through the homes, which reflect Queen Anne and Italianate architecture styles. Interior features include original staircases, fireplace mantles and woodwork. While garlands and greenery are hardly needed for the homes, which are […]

Open House This Sunday In Glendale

We’re thrilled to walk you through this beautiful 135 year old home located at 185 Magnolia Avenue in Glendale. We’ll be featuring it with an open house on Sunday, October 21st from 12 to 2pm. Did we mention the price was recently reduced? Join us to learn more about this wonderful home packed with features to […]

Your Home Is Awaiting You In Glendale!

Have you seen this 135 year old beauty located at 185 Magnolia Avenue in Glendale? You should! It’s a beautiful home packed with lots of features to explore and would make the perfect place to reside at the end of each day. The Carrigan House was built in 1883 within the Glendale Historic District, a […]

Join Us This Sunday for a “Beautiful View”

We’re thrilled to help you explore this charming brick, Arts and Crafts bungalow located at 340 O Fallon Ave in Bellevue, Kentucky. To make that happen, we’re hosting an open house on Sunday, September 30th, from noon to 1:30 PM. We’d love to see you there. This home is within walking distance of the Bellevue business […]

Looking For A Home In Historic Glendale?

We’re thrilled to invite you to join us this Sunday (August 19th) from 3-5 PM for an open house at 185 Magnolia Avenue in Glendale. It’s a beautiful home with lots of features to explore, not the least of which being the fact that it dates back over 135 years and just received a $20K […]