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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Great homes can be found but they can also be made. It’s not always just about finding the perfect spot. Sometimes it’s more about finding a spot that brings out elements you can build on, grow with and evolve toward creating a space for you to really make your own. That was the case for […]
Cincinnati Historic Homes invites you to join us for open houses featuring two North Avondale landmarks! 3989 Beechwood Avenue, an impeccably restored Swiss Chalet and 1047 Lenox Place, an expansive Tudor on a large corner are just waiting for you. Join us Sunday, July 22nd from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM at either (or better […]
Recently, we introduced you to a wonderful English Tudor home built in 1916. As we explore the home’s history further, 1047 Lenox Place was built in 1917 by architect Guy Burroughs with draftsman Harry M. Price. The home was built for Cincinnatian David Joseph, whose business still survives today. The history of his company can […]
We invite you to meet this wonderful English Tudor home built in 1917 by David Joseph. Joseph owned a scarp metal works company which is still in business today. The architect for the home was H. M. Price who also designed the synagogue at Rockdale and Washington. With this wonderful home, there are many tales to […]
The Robson House, which was designed by renowned Cincinnati architect Samuel E. des Jardins, is stately and architecturally complex. It is also a newly listed home now on the market at $475,000. Learn this home’s wonderful story in this WCPO Home Tour!
We are excited to announce that the Sanregret Team and Cincinnati Historic Homes has moved to the Hyde Park/Metro Link office of Coldwell Banker West Shell. After careful deliberation we came to conclusion that CBWS will provide us with the best opportunity to grow our business, improve our service and sharpen our knowledge to better serve our clients.
What does this mean for you? Well, Adam, Amber, and Holly will be providing the same quality services and expertise in the buying, selling, and investing of homes but now with a new look and address. We are looking forward to continued growth in our business and are accepting new clients. Our passion is preservation through the sale of historic real estate to owners and entities whose mission are to preserve Please don’t hesitate to contact us as we continue to be a resource for questions and advise on questions about real estate, historic properties and all thing house related.