Walnut Hills: Look for Two-Way 10-13-2012

“It seems almost a misnomer to call Walnut Hills a suburb. Rather a city on a hill with no desire to hide its light under a bushel.” Commercial Tribune, May 9, 1897. The City of Cincinnati is returning two-way traffic to McMillan Street and Taft Road west of Victory Parkway, through the historic business district […]

A New Beginning for an Old Pump Station…and Other Eden Park Tidbits

Cincinnatians know that Eden Park is among the best historic parks that the City offers its residents.  As an aside, the park is a wonderful place to walk your dog—one reason why I happen to live just steps away from its entrance in Walnut Hills (remember, it’s all about location in real estate!). The park […]

Is a Gothic Style Revival Church on your Wish List?

  Our Lady of Perpetual Help, located in Sedamsville on Cincinnati’s western fringes, is a vacant church that holds prominent yet silent vigil over the neighborhood and remnants of the business district. The church parish was organized in 1878, and the building itself was dedicated on May 5, 1889. It was designed by the architect […]

Location, Location, Old Location: Using Sanborn Maps to Explore the Development of Your Historic Property

Realtors have been known to send off their clients with a small house-warming gift after Closing Day. Although a bottle of bourbon is always nice, another thoughtful gift for new old house owners is a framed copy of a historic map showing the location of their new home. Historic maps are useful for understanding the […]

What’s in a CincinnatiHistoricHomes.com Blog Anyway?

Welcome! This is the first blog post for CincinnatiHistoricHomes.com! This blog extraordinaire is a creation of the Sanregret Team, comprised of Adam Sanregret and myself, Karen Garrard. We specialize in providing real estate services for historic homes in Ohio and northern Kentucky (okay, okay, as well as apartment buildings, commercial properties, and real estate owned properties). […]