Cincinnati’s Homearama 2017 to be held at Rivercrest in Hamilton Township

CommunitySign6.JPGThe 2017 Cincinnati Homearama home show will be hosted at Rivercrest located in Hamilton Township in Warren County and overlooking the scenic Little Miami River. The show is scheduled for July 8-23, 2017.

Show hours:
Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 10pm
Friday – Sunday: 12pm – 10pm

Tickets are $16 at the gate. AAA members who show their card get a $2 discount. Or order discounted $14 tickets here.

There will be eight show lots with homes expected to be priced from $800,000. Five builders have committed to the show.

Rivercrest has 132 acres of land with 211 single-family lots. The community will offer many amenities including:

  • State-of-the-art clubhouse with meeting rooms
  • Community pool
  • Stocked pond
  • Sidewalks and street lamps
  • 50 acres of green space

 

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Rivercrest is conveniently located at 1295 US 22 in Maineville, Ohio 45039.

Nearby Deerfield Township Town Center offers many stores and restaurant options. Kings lsland and The Beach area popular entertainment spots during the warmer months that are located in Warren County.

Interested in building a new home? Contact your Sibcy Cline agent.

Eight One Three Broadway – New Condominiums Available in Downtown Cincinnati

front_ext_wide2There is something special about living in downtown Cincinnati. Its appeal ranges from being close by to numerous local restaurants and pubs, local shops, amazing arts and entertainment to all of the non-stop events happening downtown. It’s certainly a great adventure to live in Cincinnati’s urban center. From a professional baseball or football game, to a movie on Fountain Square, to dinner in Over-the-Rhine, you can walk, bike or catch a ride on the streetcar to just about everything.

Live at Eight One Three Condominiums
Along Broadway between East 7th and East 9th Streets, the Pearl Companies’  developers are converting an original 1800s Rybolt building located at 813 Broadway Street into urban-style condos. This 19,000 square-foot building will be developed into 16 residential units priced from $266,500-$477,000. Construction is set to start in February 2017. The condominiums are being sold by Sibcy Cline Metropolitan team agents George Verkamp and Christine Schoonover and Walt Haglage of Sibcy Cline’s Hyde Park office.

The building’s large windows and historic appointments will remain and are part of the appeal to living at Eight One Three. Interior spaces will offer open floor plans concepts. Inside, condominiums will feature stylish European-style cabinets, quartz counters, gas ranges and stainless-steel appliances in all kitchens. Units will have original, exposed brick as well as original wood columns and beams.

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The Eight One Three building will have a common social area for residents as well as storage in the lower level. The secured building will offer the convenience of an elevator. One condominium will have an attached parking space. Eleven additional parking spaces will be available for purchase.

Home buyers will be able to take advantage of Cincinnati’s property tax abatement.

Says George Verkamp, “We are very excited about this newest condo development in Cincinnati’s Central Business District. It’s convenient to so many places. Eight One Three is going to be a great place to call home!”

The Eight One Three building is a few short blocks away from Procter & Gamble, Western Southern Life, Kroger, Macy’s and Fifth Third Bank.

Floor plans and specifications are available now. Learn more about the Eight One Three condos including viewing floor plans here. Here are some interior renderings:

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About Pearl Companies
Pearl Companies was established in 1997 and is based in Indianapolis. This development firm has worked on many multi-family, adaptive re-use and mixed-use projects throughout Indianapolis,  Louisville and St. Louis.

 

Three Luxury Condominiums Have Sold at Park Manor in Blue Ash

img_1699Park Manor, a luxury condominium community located in Blue Ash, Ohio, finished constructing its latest building in May 2016 and is pleased to have sold three units. The condominiums feature two separate bedroom suites all located on one floor. The condos offer a carefree lifestyle in a very pedestrian-friendly location in Blue Ash. Seven units still remain available in the current building.

See a video clip about the building’s opening in May:

 

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Park Manor is conveniently located in Blue Ash off Cooper Road between Monroe Avenue and Cooper Lane. The condos are within walking distance of downtown Blue Ash and its many restaurants and shops. Pipkin’s Market, which features fresh produce and flowers, is right across the street. So whether it is a short stop to the library or time spent enjoying a concert at the town square, it is an easy to stroll to so many places in Blue Ash from Park Manor.

Downtown Montgomery is located nearby, too. It’s just a couple of miles away!

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Luxury
Park Manor condominiums were designed with the luxury home buyer in mind with its timeless architectural facade, upscale appointments including and open floor plan.

  • 2,200 square feet  – all on one floor
  • Open kitchen, living  and dining areas
  • Separate two bedroom suites
  • Home office or den
  • Large covered terrace
  • Elevator access to every floor
  • Secure, private underground garage with two parking spaces
  • Ample storage
  • Energy efficient and acoustically engineered

Learn even more about Park Manor.

Cincinnati’s Citirama 2017 in Woodlawn!

 

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The location for the Cincinnati Citirama 2017 has been selected and will be located in Woodland Meadows in Woodlawn. Forty three home sites are being planned for the area.

The home show is scheduled for September 23 – October 1, 2017. Homes are expected to be priced from $190,000 – $300,000. A 15-year property tax abatement is available to all home buyers. (Lots will have a special yearly assessment for 15 years.)

Read more about Citirama here and here.

Read more about Woodlawn here.

Tour the MidCentury Modern Corbett Home on October 2, 2016 – The Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati Great House Tour

corbetthome_3Interested in MidCentury Modern style homes? Mark your calendar to view the Corbett House on October 2, 2016 from 12pm-6pm. This residence is going to be featured on tour by the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati (AFC) as part of this organization’s Great House Tour program.

The home is the former residence of local philanthropists, Ralph and Patricia Corbett. Mr. Corbett was the founder of NuTone who later sold the company in 1967. He and his wife dedicated the last years of their lives to the Corbett Foundation that supported the arts, education, medicine, and community activities in Cincinnati. They lived in this home until Patricia passed away in 2008.

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The home was designed by John deKoven Hill, a former employee of Frank Lloyd Wright who embraced Wrightʼs philosophy but added his own nuanced interpretations of his style. The homeʼs design was deemed very progressive when it was built in 1958-59, and it was published in the February 1960 issue of House Beautiful  as a representation of the house of the future, a “Pace Setter home”. The magazine dedicated over 100 pages to cover the unique features of the residence, and world-renowned architectural photographer, Ezra Stoller, captured the essence of the home in a catalogue of images.

When constructed, this home featured NuTone intercoms, sound systems, doorbells and built-in kitchen appliances. Also new at the time was a Cincinnati Bell princess phone.

While the house is in exceptional condition, the furnishings and art have been removed from the home. To better understand what the house was like when Ralph and Patricia Corbett built it, reproductions of selected pages from the House Beautiful  article will be on display in the home during the tours.

Entrance to the home will be scheduled in groups of 12-15 during the house tour, every 15 minutes beginning at noon with the final tour concluding at 6:00 pm. Tickets are $30 each with proceeds benefiting the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati. Ticket purchases will be available on the AFC website  beginning on September 19, 2016.

The AFC will also hold an exhibition based on the House Beautiful article at The Architectural Foundation Gallery from September 27 through September 30. Reproductions of the article will be displayed for public viewing. The gallery is located at 811 Race Street and will be open daily from 11 am to 4 pm.

This Home Is For Sale
The Corbett home is listed with Julie Back of Sibcy Cline Hyde Park. The grounds have been divided into estate lots called Grandin View. Desirable half acre and larger lots offer stunning, treed views. Residents will be able to walk to Hyde Park Square or drive to downtown in minutes.

Read more! Here is an article about the home tour from the Enquirer.

Cincinnati Ohio’s Citirama 2016 is at Gershom Grove in College Hill September 10-18, 2016

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College Hill in Cincinnati, Ohio will be the site of Citirama 2016 at Gershom Grove. The home show will take place on September 10-18, 2016.

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This home show’s schedule is:

  • Monday – Thursday: 4pm – 9pm
  • Friday -Sunday: 12pm – 9pm

Tickets are $10 at the door and can be purchased online for $8. Those with a AAA membership can show their card to purchase a discounted $8 ticket. $8 discounted tickets will also be for sale at Krogers.

Four builders have built new homes for this show. Homes are priced from $200,000 – $300,000.

There are 36 single-family home lots. Homeowners will enjoy a 20-year property tax abatement (that does not include an annual lot assessment fee of $1800 per year.)

Gershom Grove is close to the College Hill Business District which offers a variety of local retail shops and restaurants.

College Hill was the site for another Citirama in 2014 at Witherby Meadows. This community sold all of its lots and homes within a year of the homeshow.

Read more here about the Gershom Grove Citirama homeshow.

Read more about College Hill here.

 

Dayton Homearama Touring Edition July 22-August 7, 2016

Blueprint3.jpgThe 2016 Homearama Touring Edition by Vectren takes place from Friday, July 22 – Sunday, August 7, 2016. Ten new homes are part of this home show and will range in price from $129,000 – $1.5 million.

This is a scattered-site home show throughout various Dayton communities.

Plan on viewing new home layouts, designs and home technology.

Tickets
Tickets are $12.00 and are purchased online through the Dayton Homearama web page or their mobile app.

Follow this Homearama on Facebook here.