Frazier Homes, a first-time builder in Cincinnati’s Homearama, earned quite a few awards during the home show. Andre and Kea Frazier of Frazier Homes were bestowed with three first-place People’s Choice Awards: Overall Favorite Home, Favorite Landscaping and Favorite Decorating. (These awards were based upon votes from Homearama visitors who cast their ballots upon exiting the show.)
In addition, Frazier Homes took away even more awards bequeathed by independent industry-affiliated judges:
- Overall Favorite Home – Second Place
- Favorite Landscaping – First Place
- Favorite Hearth Room/Breakfast Nook – First Place
- Favorite Dining Room – Second Place
- Favorite Master Bedroom Suite – tied First Place
- Favorite Master Bathroom – tied First Place
- Favorite Outdoor Living – Second Place
- Favorite Exterior – tied First Place
- Favorite Lower Level – tied First Place
This award-winning, rustic-transitional home is available for sale. Featuring exceptional details including hickory-beamed ceilings, coved crown moldings, an entertainer’s dream lower level, and an outstanding outdoor living space, it is the perfect blend of natural outdoor elements along with the sleek and modern clean lines that are so popular today. (See more photos of the home here.) Frazier Homes is represented by Sibcy Cline agents Jean Raga and Margie Talbot of Sibcy Cline’s Northeast office.
Purchasing a Homearama home is of great value to home buyers. There’s always the bragging rights of owning an award-winning home, but buyers should also keep in mind that the cost to reproduce the home with the team of experts involved in the design, construction and finish would exceed current list price with the unique and upgraded features included.
Homearama 2018 was held in the Highlands at Heritage Hill in Union Township, Ohio. Read more here about the home show.
In the mood to look at new homes? Attend Dayton’s Homearama! This homeshow is geographically scattered throughout the Miami Valley region. Homearama runs July 27 through August 12, 2018 and features seven newly built homes. Homes are priced from $224,900 to $1,000,000 and some homes have already sold.
Homearama tickets are $12 and are available at Krogers or the Dayton Homearama website. (Tickets are $15 if purchased at a Homearama home.)
Monday – Thursday (4pm – 8pm)
Friday – Saturday (12pm – 8pm)
Sunday (12pm – 6pm)
Homearama has a free app to use from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. This app shares directions and maps to the homes and let’s you vote for your favorites.
Cincinnati’s Homearama home show is located at Highlands at Heritage Hill in Union Township and will be held from July 21 through August 5, 2018. Six local builders will be presenting 10 homes to the public. Homes are priced from $1 million to over $2 million. Two homes in this show will be multi-generational. (A “tiny” home will also be on display!)
Highlands at Heritage Hill features large, home sites with an effort on preserving already-existing trees. The community will have a pool, garden, fishing pond, playground, sports fields and hiking trail. The convenient location is near Kings Island, TPC River’s Bend Golf Course and Countryside YMCA (the world’s largest).
July 21 – August 5, 2018
Highlands at Heritage Hill
3284 Columbia Road, Lebanon, Ohio 45036
Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 10pm
Friday – Sunday: 12pm-10pm
Tickets are $16 at the gate. Discount tickets are available at Kroger for $15.
Directions: I-71 N. to the Kings Mills exit; right on Kings Mills Road; left on Columbia Road; left at the bottom of the hill on Mason Morrow Millgrove Road; and immediate right back onto Columbia Road. Entrance will be on the (about one mile). Look for Homearama parking signs.
Food and drink are available at the home show. No strollers, wagons or backpacks with metal frames permitted in the homes. Children under 12 are free with an adult.
Learn more about the Homearama here.
Patti Sibcy, Rick Greiwe and Elaine Greiwe in front of Mariemont’s Hampstead Park.
Hampstead Park, a new condominium development in Mariemont (Cincinnati, Ohio), celebrated the completion of the building’s framing with a “topping out” ceremony. This Scandanavian tradition dates back to 700AD when a fir tree was placed on top of a completed framing to bless the building and give thanks for nature’s materials. The ceremony was held on May 29, 2018 and included words of appreciation shared with all tradesmen involved with the project.
The new Hampstead Park building is taking shape now that framing has been completed. The luxury condominiums will offer two- and three-bedroom plans as well as a study. Residences will have two assigned parking spaces and a storage locker in the garage. An elevator will service all three levels. The main-floor lobby will have a living area with fireplace that extends into a covered front porch.
The English-cottage inspired facade of the building will fit in well with nearby Mariemont homes. In the final phase of construction, half of the 18 condominiums have already been pre-sold. Patti Sibcy and Elaine Greiwe of Sibcy Cline Kenwood are selling the condominiums.
Hampstead Park is located one block from the village square. Residents will easily be able to walk and enjoy dining, shopping, ice cream at Graeter’s or a movie at the Mariemont Theatre.
This is the fifth Mariemont condominium development for Greiwe Development, North American Properties and Sibcy Cline Realtors. Other projects include: Jordan Park, Emery Park, Nolen Park and Livingood Park. (2770 Observatory is another lifestyle condominium building located in Hyde Park.)
Prospective home buyers can visit the nearby Livingood Park residences by appointment to appreciate the craftsmanship and value that Hampstead Park will bring.
Read an Enquirer article or Business Courier article about Hampstead Park.
The Kentucky Cavalcade of Homes is an annual tradition and this year’s home show features 20 homes from 12 local builders.
About the Show
The home show runs May 5-6, 12-13 and 19-20, 2018 from 12pm -5pm. Admission is free.
This home show is geographically scattered. Homes are located in Alexandria, Independence, Union, Florence, Burlington, Erlanger, Hebron, Dayton, Fort Thomas and Walton. Go here to finds addresses and a map.
The show also has a mobile app to find homes as well as features descriptions of all home show homes. Go here for the Apple app. Go here for Google Store app.
Looking to Build a New Home? Read some tips and contact your Sibcy Cline agent for even more information about building a new home.
The Home Builders Association of Greater Cincinnati announced its site selection for Citirama 2018 – in the West End on Clark Street (near Music Hall). Fifty four single-family detached homes are slated to be constructed. Fifteen lots will be part of the home show with home prices ranging from $250,000-$400,000. Citirama is scheduled to run from September 8-16, 2018.
Homes will qualify for the City of Cincinnati Tax Abatement program (10-year, 100% abatement on the improvements and longer for LEED Certified and “visitable” homes.)